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Hexagon Coffee chat – Insights from one of the largest Infrastructure projects in Australia

Industry leaders are looking for new ways to claim a competitive advantage in the face of recent inflationary pressures and supply chain disruptions across the economy.

Today's projects are far from simple. With so many moving parts, they require thorough project management practices. But as we move into the future of project planning and execution, what should the management processes look like?

Our guest speaker shared his journey in project management space and the challenges faced along the way.

Watch on demand webinar and learn:

  • How EVM was implemented at one of the largest rail projects in Australia and what were the challenges
  • How to improve project control by Integrating scope, cost and schedule
  • What role has Ecosys played in this journey


Guest speaker
David Spear
Project Management and Project Controls Specialist

David is a highly experienced and a certified Program and Project Manager who specialises in Project Controls.

Commencing his career as an Electrical Engineer in the Royal Australian Air Force he quickly gravitated to major aircraft modification and servicing projects. He then moved on to Defence infrastructure projects such as Radar Stations across Northern Australia.

Since leaving the Air Force he has worked with private and government organisations on manufacturing, rail, road and system improvement projects. In his current engagement he has undertaken a review of existing projects and advised on performance improvements - specifically the introduction of Earned Value Management.

Roger Heale
Senior Account Executive, APAC, Hexagon

Roger Heale is a Senior Account Executive at Hexagon Asset Lifecycle Intelligence Division with over 30 years’ experience in the technology industry.

Having started his career as a Radio Communications Officer & Systems guidance engineer, Roger moved to become a Seismic Engineer where he worked in 14 countries for Mining, Oil & Gas companies before moving into an Account Management career that has seen him deliver solutions to, and manage, some of the world’s largest Resource companies in the world.