Board of Management Charter
This Charter sets out the role, membership and operational arrangements for the Board of Building Queensland.View Charter
BCom LLB (Qld) LLM (Lond) Hon LLD (Qld) FAICD
Alan was a partner of Allens for three decades until he retired on 30 June 2009, where he practised in the commercial, infrastructure and finance areas and was a member of the Allens board. He was also head of the firm’s infrastructure practice. During the past two decades, he has been a key legal advisor to the State of Queensland and has advised other Australian and Asian governments on a range of issues.
Alan has written and published extensively. He has co-authored two legal texts on foreign investment law and joint ventures law. He has been President of the Queensland Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry and, whilst in that role, co-led various Australian trade missions to Japan with government ministers and worked closely with the Australia Japan Business Co-operation Committee to promote trade and commerce between Australia and Japan.He was President of the Banking and Financial Services Association of Australia, President of the Infrastructure Association of Queensland and an executive committee member of the Australian Council of Infrastructure Development and Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
Alan is also the Queensland Chairman and serves on the national board of the Australian British Chamber of Commerce.
Alan is an Adjunct Professor in Law at the University of Queensland. He has also lectured at Harvard University, Queensland University of Technology, Bond University and Keio University in Tokyo.
Alan is a member of The University of Queensland’s Law School Advisory Board.
Alan has also served as a director of various companies, including SunWater Limited and Queensland Motorways Limited. Alan is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
In 2011, Alan was awarded a Doctor of Laws honoris causa by The University of Queensland in recognition of his distinguished career, his service to Queensland and Australia and his contribution to the University.
Jacqui is a Partner of Era Innovation, an advisory firm enabling long-term resilience in Australian organisations by creating systematic, disciplined innovation capability. Clients include universities, large privately owned and publicly listed companies, professional services firms, and research institutions. She is also an Advisory Board Member of Australia’s first music and dance teacher cooperative.
Jacqui has held senior roles with advisory firms in Australia and internationally. As a Principal and Group Strategy Lead for an Asia-Pacific infrastructure advisory firm, she advised local, state and federal government clients on improving major capital project performance and infrastructure outcomes.She has provided strategy design and execution services to a diverse range of multi-national public and private sector clients including Lego, Cathay Pacific, Indian Railways, Carlsberg Tetley, Royal Bank of Scotland, JP Morgan, Hewlett Packard and local, state and federal government organisations.
Jacqui holds a Bachelor of Commerce (BCom), Accounting and Finance, is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD) and a Trustee of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA). Jacqui held a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA) qualification for 12 years.
Dr Catherin Bull
MLArch (Melbourne), DrDes (Harvard), AM FAILA MAICD
Catherin is Emeritus Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Melbourne and an Adjunct Professor at QUT. She has led national and international consultancies in landscape architecture and urban design, been a Commissioner in the Land and Environment Court of NSW and was for over two decades, an academic teaching, researching and advising government and industry on development and design, most recently as the Elisabeth Murdoch Professor of Landscape Architecture (-2010).
She has published 2 books and over 50 papers internationally, including the award-winning New Conversations with an Old Landscape. Landscape Architecture in Contemporary Australia (Images Publishing 2002) and with co-editors and -authors Cross-cultural Urban Design. Local or Global Practice? (Routledge 2007). In 2011 she chaired and co-authored the OECD Global Science Forum report Effective Modelling of Urban Systems to Address the Challenges of Climate Change and Sustainability. As an advocate for better quality planning and design nationally she has chaired and served on boards, juries, planning and design review panels across Australia. These include the National Capital Authority, the Planning and Land Authority and Capital Metro in the ACT, in NSW UrbanGrowthNSW and Sydney Olympic Park Authority, in Queensland, the Board for Urban Places and Brisbane City Council’s Independent Design Advisory Panel, in Victoria, Phillip Island Nature Parks and the Capital City Commission in SA.She was awarded membership of the Order of Australia in 2009 in recognition of her contribution to landscape architecture and urban design.
Graham is an independent consultant, based in Australia, providing advisory services in infrastructure. He was formerly Global Managing Director for AECOM’s Transportation Infrastructure business in all modes including Highways, Transit, Freight-Rail, Ports and Aviation. In this role he served on AECOM’s Corporate Development Group and Global Operations Committee. He was also a member of AECOM’s Global Major Projects Risk Review Committee.
In the course of his 26 year career with AECOM, Mr. Hooper held a number of senior positions including: Chair of the Africa Leadership Team, Global Leader of AECOM’s Ports business and Market Sector Director for AECOM’s business in Australia, South East Asia and Middle East.A Chartered Civil Engineer, Mr. Hooper has advised governments, financial institutions and private sector infrastructure owners and operators on transport policy, planning and major project implementation, and has been responsible for delivery of major transportation infrastructure around the world.
He has also served as Global Vice-Chairman of the Washington Program of the International Roads Federation.
Mr. Hooper has worked in over twenty countries and has lived in Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and Middle East for extended periods.
James is a leading Australian company director; having chaired three ASX listed companies and brings vast experience in the financial services sector and Victorian Public Sector to VFMC. Mr Mackenzie was Director and Chair of Mirvac Group, a leading Australian listed diversified property group, Co-Vice Chair of Yancoal Australia, one of Australia’s largest listed mining companies and Chairman of Gloucester Coal Ltd and Pacific Brands Limited.
He currently serves as a Director of Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd, Melco Crown (Philippines) Resorts Corporation, Maurice Blackburn. He is also Chairman of accounting firm Shine Wing Australia and Victorian Funds Management Corporation as well as President of the Victorian Arts Centre Trust.Mr MacKenzie was previously Chairman of the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) and Worksafe Victoria, Managing Director of Funds Management and Insurance at the ANZ Banking Group, Chief Executive Officer of Norwich Union Australia, and TAC Chief Executive Officer. Mr MacKenzie was also a member of the COAG Business Advisory Forum. He was also previously a Director of VFMC.
On a pro-bono basis James has been a member of the School Council of St. Catherine’s School (2002-06), a director of the Victorian Major Events Company (2001-11) and a founding director of Monivae College Foundation Ltd (1998-2005). He is currently Chair of the Advisory Board of the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies at The University of Melbourne.
In 2001 he was awarded the Centenary Medal for services to Public Administration.
Dave was appointed Director-General of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet (DPC) in February 2015.
Prior to this role, he was the Secretary for Transport for New South Wales, where he led around 27,000 people shaping planning, policy and delivery of public transport, roads and freight across NSW.
After a long career in local government, and engineering construction in Australia and the United Kingdom, Dave joined the Queensland Government in 2006 as Deputy Coordinator-General within the Department of Infrastructure and Planning, where he was responsible for delivering major water and road projects.
From June 2008, he was the Director-General of Queensland Transport and then the Department of Transport and Main Roads, overseeing the integration of organisations to a new customer focussed model. His primary responsibility was transport leadership including strategic policy and planning, system stewardship, infrastructure delivery and service delivery.
One of his highlights as the Director-General has been participating in the community champions program for Indigenous communities, where he regularly visited Gulf communities and assisted them with accessing much-needed government services.
He is passionate about regional Queensland and engaging directly with residents, business, government and community leaders.
He is a civil engineer and holds Masters Degrees in Business and Engineering Science. He completed an executive program at Harvard University looking at private sector involvement in infrastructure delivery. He is a Fellow of Engineers Australia and an Honorary Fellow, Chartered Institute of Transport and Logistics.
Mr Jim Murphy commenced as Queensland’s Under Treasurer on 1 June 2015.
Formerly a senior executive with the ANZ Bank, Mr Murphy is an outstanding senior policy executive and respected government leader.
Frankie Carroll was appointed Director-General of the Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning in November 2015.
His previous role was as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority, where he was responsible for delivering a disaster reconstruction program worth more than $13 billion.
Prior to being appointed CEO, Frankie held the position of Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Financial Officer since the Authority’s inception in the wake of the Queensland Floods and Severe Tropical Cyclone Yasi in 2010-11.
Frankie also previously held the role of CEO of Queensland Water Infrastructure, delivering major water storage facilities in South East Queensland.
He has substantial experience across the private and public sectors, and a thorough understanding of Queensland’s infrastructure needs, having held senior executive roles in multiple industry disciplines spanning construction, finance and service organisations.
Chief Executive Officer
Damian was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Building Queensland in February 2017. Prior to this Damian held positions as Principal in international advisory firms Evans & Peck and Advisian, leading the Queensland Government and social infrastructure practices. Damian’s career has also included senior executive roles with the Queensland Office of the Coordinator-General and the Department of Infrastructure and Planning, as well as senior positions with Queensland Treasury.
Damian brings to the Chief Executive role 20 years’ experience across the government and infrastructure sectors and a strong track record in the successful planning and delivery of a broad range of infrastructure projects and programs. In his previous positions with the Queensland Government, Damian played a key role in the planning and delivery of the South East Queensland Water Grid. More recently he led the Queensland Government procurement process for the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing Project. Damian’s other achievements have included lead roles in the establishment of flood recovery programs for the Queensland Reconstruction Authority and Toowoomba Regional Council, and the Queensland Government Wireless Network.
Damian holds Bachelor Degrees in Economics and Law, is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has previously been a director of the Infrastructure Association of Queensland.