Determined, driven and incredibly down-to-earth, Meg Anderson has been making an impact in the construction industry since 2008. Backed by a celebrated career that commenced at Hansen Yuncken, she’s since enjoyed success with major industry players Grocon and most recently, Development Victoria as a Project Director. Meg has now assumed the role of Project Director at Gallagher Jeffs and is thrilled to have joined a team of likeminded, passionate professionals.
Drawn to the building sector for its people, projects and promise of each day providing fresh new challenges, it’s been the chance to leave a legacy which Meg has valued most in her stellar career so far. There’s such a sense of pride when you see finished projects brought to life and she is honoured to have played a role in many significant developments. These include:
Stage 3 Melbourne Park redevelopment - a four year project amounting to $270M that featured a 5,000 seat multi-purpose Show Court Arena, 1,000 seat function and media centre, central logistics hub and more.
The $207.15m Karratha Health Campus - the biggest investment in a public hospital ever undertaken in regional WA and largest health facility in regional West Australia.
National Ice Sports Centre (NISC) – a world-class training and competition facility for recreational and elite athletes, as well as a high quality public recreational facility.
An ardent advocate for celebrating and supporting women in construction, Meg has led the way in creating equal space and opportunity for her fellow female colleagues. “You can’t be what you can’t see”, which is why she’s given so much of her time as a mentor within the industry, calling on others to recognise women for the multi-faceted talents they bring to the building workplace. She is also proud to be Vice President of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Victoria and is a Member of the University of Melbourne Construction Industry Advisory Board (where she completed her degree in Construction Management), which ensures her a platform to further nurture and promote the importance of women in the building industry.
For Meg, it’s the diversity of each day that continues to fuel her love of construction. A natural communicator, it doesn’t matter if she’s liaising with a general manager, senior executive or onsite apprentice or form worker – everyone is treated to the same level of respect and integrity.
“We’re thrilled to have Meg Join our growing team, her experience and portfolio of work aligns well with what we do at GJ, but most importantly, we see her as fantastic cultural fit for the business” – Tim d'Antoine, Director
To contact Meg directly, please email email@example.com or phone 0484 198 866 today.