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LogiCamms strengthened following merger with MPA Consulting Engineers

National engineering and project delivery company, LogiCamms, has strengthened its presence in the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors following the merger with MPA Consulting Engineers (Australia), and the executive appointment of Paul Harrison as the company’s chief operating officer.

“LogiCamms now offers an extended range of services including project management, multidisciplinary engineering, procurement and construction management, asset management and completion services,” LogiCamms managing director, Adam Keats said.

Former MPA managing director, Gary Waterton said the merger was a natural progression for both companies, having partnered on many projects for over 15 years. “The merger of LogiCamms and MPA offers clients a stronger platform of multidiscipline engineering and project delivery solutions,” said Waterton, who has accepted the position of location director for Northern Operations.

The appointment of Harrison has also marked the continuation of the company’s growth strategy, which has seen the LogiCamms team expand to over 350 employees nationwide. Harrison will oversee the transition of MPA into the LogiCamms company and drive further growth and development initiatives.

“Supported by a history of high quality service delivery, LogiCamms is embracing the opportunity to expand existing capabilities and develop new prospects. It is with great enthusiasm that I join the company’s leadership team,” Harrison said.

Harrison has 25 years project, asset management and executive general management experience within the international hydrocarbon, resources and complex process industries. For the past 14 years he has held senior management positions for WorleyParsons and he has also previously worked for AMEC Process & Energy, ELF Petroleum and Marathon Oil UK.

“Paul will substantially strengthen the senior executive team of the company. His industry experience, expertise and credibility will help drive the company’s strategic growth and development initiatives,” Keats said.

“The board and executive team look forward to continuing to work closely with Paul to utilise his knowledge and skills to drive the development of the company.” The LogiCamms business has gone from strength to strength with recent projects awarded including an expected $10 million contract to supply engineering services to the Victorian Desalination Plant.

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