Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) in South Australia has a new team in place following the appointment of Liam Harrison as Senior Associate and Tony Catanzariti, Danny Duffy and Liam Feighery as Associates.
Managing Director John Drillis said, ‘We are thrilled to welcome Liam Harrison, Tony Catanzariti, Danny Duffy and Liam Feighery to their new roles. They bring extensive experience to our team, adding to our core strengths. They will contribute to our vision and the opportunity to create impact in South Australia, and nationally. I look forward to working with them in their new roles to make a real difference to RLB in South Australia’s operations, to realising our clients’ ambitions and to the communities we serve.’
Liam Harrison (Senior Associate)
Liam joined RLB in 2002 as a Cadet, and has built an impressive portfolio of experience across multiple sectors over the past 20 years. In recent times, Liam has played a significant role in the successful delivery of some of South Australia’s major public and private healthcare developments including Transforming Health, Modbury and Queen Elizabeth Hospital redevelopments. Other recognisable projects include the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide Oval Western Grandstand Redevelopment and the Hardened Network Army Defence initiative. Liam is a proactive member of the management team and contributes to a number of RLB committees including mentoring, training and development. Liam holds a Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics from the University of South Australia.
Tony Catanzariti (Associate)
Tony is a practised electrical engineering consultant who has gained experience in cost planning and estimating through major building and civil infrastructureprojects in South Australia. He joined the RLB team in 2017, bringing across 25 years of electrical engineering services expertise and has quickly established himself as our engineering services estimating team leader, growing the estimating team of two to six dedicated staff. Tony’s depth of electrical services experience is significant and he has played a key role in providing estimating and cost planning services for projects in the commercial building sector and on major infrastructure developments.
Tony’s ability to deliver value for money outcomes to our clients, at both the critical early phases and during construction has rewarded him with strong relationships built in the Adelaide Construction market with clients, engineers, and contractors alike. Tony has worked on an extensive number of projects including the new Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Lot Fourteen Precinct, Calvary Hospital, Future Submarines and the Ovingham Grade Separation project to mention a few.
Danny Duffy (Associate)
Danny joined RLB in 2021 having spent the past 10 years as a senior estimator within a large Adelaide based civil contractor bringing considerable construction industry experience. In his short time with RLB, Danny has worked on a number of complex State Government infrastructure projects including the West Beach Sand Transfer Project, Heysen Tunnel upgrade, and a number of other significant State Government road infrastructure planning studies. Through Danny’s involvement in these projects, he has received praise from State Government project and procurement managers for his attention to detail and technical and problem solving abilities. Danny holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Quantity Surveying, a Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics, and a National Certificate in Construction Studies.
Liam Feighery (Associate)
Liam has worked across a vast array of industry sectors and on complex and challenging projects. He has developed strong industry relationships with major tertiary education clients and has become a ‘go to’ for cost advice, value management and superintendent services. Major projects Liam has contributed to include Flinders University HMRB, Student Hub and Plaza, Realm Adelaide, and the Currie Street Hotel Development. Liam holds a Bachelor of Quantity Surveying (Honours) and a Bachelor of Construction.