RLB welcomes new manager in the Territory

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Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) recently celebrated the firm’s contribution to the construction and property industry in Darwin over 48 years and welcomed the firm’s new Northern Territory Manager, Ryan King.

“Ryan is a passionate cost consultant with experience gained working in Australia, UK, and Middle East. It is an exciting time in the construction and property sector in the Northern Territory and RLB is thrilled to have Ryan join our team in Darwin,” said Oceania Chairman, Peter Tulla.

Peter congratulated Paul Lassemillante for his commitment to the ongoing development of RLB’s capabilities and expertise and to the Top End of Australia over nearly three decades and wished him well in his retirement.

Paul commented; “It has been wonderful to build a life with my family in Darwin and my career with RLB and the property and construction industry in Darwin and the Northern Territory more broadly. I sincerely thank all my clients, colleagues and friends who have made the journey so memorable. I am certain Ryan will continue the Darwin office’s commitment to the delivery of the highest level of quality service and professionalism.”

RLB in Darwin has four experienced quantity surveyors who are supported by three directors in Adelaide and one in Perth. Collectively, the Darwin office has access to more than 100 quantity surveyors, engineering services cost managers, civil estimators, project coordinators, and advisory specialists across Northern Territory, Western Australia and South Australia.

RLB has been involved in landmark projects across the Northern Territory, including the Parliament House, the Darwin City Waterfront, NT Supreme Court in Alice Springs, Alice Springs Convention Centre, Charles Darwin Centre, NT House, NT Secure Facility, Marine Supply Base, Robertson Barracks, and many facilities at Charles Darwin University. 

Ryan commented; “RLB is currently working on some exciting new projects, and I look forward to working alongside industry clients and colleagues to build the next chapter of its story in the Northern Territory.”