National building and civil construction company Georgiou Group announce new leadership promotions with the appointment of two new General Managers for their Queensland and New South Wales businesses.
Effective 1 August, Sean Donald and Cameron Silverthorne will take on the role of General Manager in their respective state.
Sean joined Georgiou’s Queensland business in 2017 as a Construction Manager, overseeing successful projects such as the Green Bridge, Warrego Highway Safety Upgrades, Botanic Garden and Indooroopilly riverwalks.
Cameron joined Georgiou’s NSW business in April 2020 as an Operations Manager – having held the same role at previous companies. In his time, he successfully helped navigate Georgiou’s response to the COVID pandemic ensuring NSW construction projects could operate under introduced restrictions.
Chief Executive Officer, Gary Georgiou said Sean and Cameron were very deserving of their promotions, successfully leading their businesses through the COVID pandemic while successfully delivering high-quality infrastructure projects on the East Coast of Australia.
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“At Georgiou, we pride ourselves on our ability to recruit internally and promote from within which is vital to building our bench strength as a company and also key to recognising the hard work and dedication of those we work with. A perfect example of this is the promotion of our newest General Managers,” says Georgiou.
“Both promotions to General Manager are reflective of Sean and Cameron’s leadership capability and their strong desire to continue building Georgiou’s reputation in their regions.
“Sean brings more than 25 years’ experience to the company and will be responsible for leading the Queensland business unit, strengthening our high-performance culture and delivering results.”
With more than 28 years’ experience, Cameron will bring his intimate knowledge of the NSW transport market, project delivery capability, pre-contracts knowledge and strong industry relationships to the role.
The promotions come just one month after Gary Georgiou was appointed CEO of Georgiou Group, previously holding the Executive General Manager role for the Qld/NSW regions.