Partner, Infrastructure Advisory
As the former CEO of Infrastructure Australia, Philip has a comprehensive understanding of the nationally significant investments and reforms Australia needs to meet a rapidly growing population and maintain Australian’s Quality of life, the connectivity of regional Australia and the liveability of our Cities.
Before joining Infrastructure Australia, Philip established and led AECOM's Infrastructure Advisory Asia Pacific business, providing government and private sector clients with infrastructure policy, strategy, business, program, planning and operations advice.
Prior to this, he spent a decade in the UK and Japan, including six years at Deloitte’s UK member firm, where he worked with Transport for London to introduce the congestion-charging scheme into central London.
Philip has also held various board positions in commercial and public life including Deputy Chair of the Committee for Sydney, and a board member of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia. Currently he chairs the Australian Logistics Council and the SMART Infrastructure facility advisory council at the University of Wollongong.
He is a Chartered Professional Engineer, a Fellow of Engineers Australia and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.