Braith McClure joins MNG as General Manager - East Coast Operations (Vic/NSW/QLD/SA)

22nd August 2019

MNG is pleased to announce the appointment of Braith McClure as the new General Manager of its east coast headquarters in Melbourne. This appointment comes as the company invests further into its east coast operations as public infrastructure spend drives its growth.

Braith will replace interim GM, Rob Kiernan, who has built the east coast operations of MNG over the past three years and will be returning to the Perth headquarters as Group Manager - Business Development.

MNG CEO, Scott Anderson, said the MNG Board and executive leadership team were extremely pleased to welcome Braith to lead the continued growth of the east coast operations and expand on the strong foundations that Rob has put in place.

Braith joins MNG with over 20 years of experience across a broad range of survey and spatial applications. Throughout his career he has overseen the operational management of surveying projects covering major construction, BIM, laser scanning, land development and mapping. He is a passionate advocate of the spatial industry who understands the impact high quality and accurate spatial data can have on the decision making of his clients.

"Braith is a well-recognised and trusted consultant in our industry. He has both the relationships and leadership experience necessary to ensure our business in the eastern states of Australia continues to grow. Under Braith's leadership, we expect to further expand our capabilities in scanning technologies and offer our land development expertise to clients Australia wide." Said Mr Anderson.

"Our continued geographical expansion across Australia is testament to the trust we have worked hard to build with some of Australia's largest land developers. Without a doubt, the local expertise of our surveyors and project managers remains one of the fundamental reasons our customers, whether land developer or government entity, choose MNG as their project partner. Ensuring we attract local experts to our organisation remains a key pillar of our growth strategy." concluded Mr Anderson.