Ian Harris

Ian Harris - Civil Section Manager

  • Office: Sydney
  • E: ian.harris@wge.com.au
  • P: +61 2 8484 7071
  • Civil

Ian joined WGE in 2015 as the Sydney Civil Section Manager. Ian has over fourteen years of high level experience in the civil engineering industry. Ian began his career as a Structural and Civil Engineer in Glasgow, Scotland. The experience Ian earned during this time gave him a firm understanding of the importance of integration between varying consultant specialties to provide the best possible outcome for his clients. Since moving to Australia Ian has strived to expand his experience and has been involved in a number of major projects in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.

Outside of work

Outside of work Ian enjoys spending time with his family. He also has an active interest in Australia’s sporting culture and can often be found at the Sydney Football Stadium or at Homebush. Ian and his family also enjoy getting out of Sydney and exploring rural NSW.

What will you bring to a project

With years of experience in the civil industry I have accrued a high level of experience in civil design, water sensitive urban design, remediation and project coordination. I will call upon this experience to ensure that our service is cutting edge and the client will get the best possible outcome.

Qualifications

BEng(Hons), MIEAust

Industry accreditations / bodies

Member of Engineers Australia

Previous projects

Previous projects Ian worked on prior to joining WGE include:

  • Green Square Town Centre – The remediation and civil infrastructure works for the first stage of the $8 billion development of Sydney’s newest CBD suburb. The Green Square Town Centre will transform the southern precinct of Sydney City Council’s local area into a vibrant and sustainable urban environment.
  • North West Rail Link – Australia’s largest public transport infrastructure project and Australia’s first fully automated metro rail system. The project will deliver 8 new stations and 4,000 commuter car parking spaces along its 15km of underground tunnels and 10km of viaduct.
  • Little Bay Cove – As Sydney’s new exciting eastern suburbs beachside community, Little Bay Cove is set across 13.6 hectares of oceanfront land. Over 50% of the estate is dedicated to its central lake, landscaped parks and wide boulevards.
  • Epsom Park Precinct – Located within the greater Green Square suburban development the Epsom Park Precinct will be a new community focused neighborhood providing residents and the community with a multitude of urban parks, a new state of the art aquatic center and multi-purpose sports field.
  • George Hospital, Kogarah – The $307 million stage 2 of the St George Hospital campus redevelopment includes a 7 storey acute services building constructed over an active Emergency Department. Works also included large scale restructuring of the car parking and storm water drainage for the campus.

Client testimonials

“I have always found Ian to be professional, dependable and responsive. He is very easy to work with and is flexible in responding to our queries, input from our construction team and providing information as required for ongoing discussions with council.”

Robert Wilson, Mirvac