MNG names new general manager

By on 21 August, 2019

Braith McClure and Scott Anderson of MNG. Image supplied.

West Australian survey and spatial firm MNG has announced Braith McClure as the new general manager for its east coast operations.

The company has made the announcement as it seeks to invest more deeply in its operations on Australia’s east coast, as public infrastructure expands in the eastern states.

McClure will replace interim GM, Rob Kiernan, who will return to the company’s Perth headquarters as Group Manager – Business Development.

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

“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,” he said.

“Under Braith’s leadership, we expect to further expand our capabilities in scanning technologies and offer our land development expertise to clients Australia wide.”

MNG expects that McClure’s experience with BIM and digital engineering will open new opportunities for the firm in Melbourne.

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