GHD has announced that Dean McIntyre has been named the company’s new Executive General Manager for it’s Australian operations. 

McIntyre succeeds former General Manager Phil Duthrie, who moves into the Chief Operating Officer role.

Joining GHD as a graduate in 1989, McIntyre has displayed exemplary leadership credentials during his tenure, holding valuable roles such as the Regional General Manager for Victoria. He also has experience leading GHD’s Philippines and Southeast Asia business. Dean holds qualifications in civil engineering and an MBA.

McIntyre says he is excited to have moved into a new role that will see him oversee the professional services company’s works across the country.

“I’m very proud to have had a long and fruitful association with GHD, which has provided me with some exceptional career and personal development opportunities, working alongside some of our industry’s brightest minds,” he says.

“I am very honoured to now lead our incredibly talented team in Australia as we continue to work closely with our clients to connect and sustain communities and respond to the rapidly increasing demand and appetite for change in our society.”

With more than 4200 people employed across 40 offices in Australia, McIntyre will head a range of projects in the mould of providing master engineering design services for Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport, designing three new stations as part of Brisbane’s Cross River Rail, technical advice and approvals for North East Link, and delivering hydrogen-related studies for Santos and BP Australia that the company has completed in the past.