Curtin University’s School of Built Environment, in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Building (AIB), invites you to attend an address by Brookfield Multiplex Regional Director, Jon Stone titled: ‘Construction Management of Large, Complex Projects’.
Free public lecture hosted by Curtin University’s School of Built Environment, in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Building (AIB), with Brookfield Multiplex Regional Director, Jon Stone
- Thursday 15 October 2015
- 5.30pm for 5.45pm start - 8.00pm
- Tim Winton Lecture Theatre, Building 213:104, Curtin University, Kent Street, BENTLEY
Brookfield Multiplex is an iconic name in construction and has been involved in some of WA’s most prominent projects, including Brookfield Place, Fiona Stanley Hospital and Perth Stadium.
As a Regional Director, Jon Stone has been responsible for managing and successfully delivering many of these large and complex projects.
In his address Jon will discuss
- His background and experience;
- His philosophy to managing large, complex projects;
- The Perth Stadium; and,
- The future of construction management and delivery of large projects.
Do not miss this unique opportunity to hear from one of WA’s most prominent construction industry leaders.
About the speaker
Jon Stone is a Regional Director at Brookfield Multiplex, a leading global contractor of landmark engineering, infrastructure and commercial construction projects. Hailing from the UK with an extensive background in major project delivery, Jon arrived in Perth in 2010 to take up the role of Project Director for the $1.76 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital project. The project is the largest design and construction contract BM has embarked upon to date.
In his current role, Jon has ultimate responsibility for the design and construction of Brookfield Multiplex’s projects during delivery phase. Jon oversees the site operations and is Brookfield Multiplex’s senior client contact, maintaining open communications to ensure all deliverables regarding design, time, cost and quality aspects are achieved.