Northrop Board appoints Managing Partners

Northrop Consulting Engineers announces the appointment of Mr Todd Halliday and Mr Mark Sturgess as the new Managing Partners. 

“This development in the new leadership structure of our C-suite is a reflection of the direction Northrop has adopted – a partnership model where our people are enabled to bring their best to the table and have a supportive team,” said David Field, Chair of the Northrop Board.

“Northrop remains committed to its purpose to realise potential of our people, projects, clients and community and has chosen two of the business’s most influential, forward-thinking leaders to take up the mantle of evolving Northrop across the coming years,” says David. 

Former Chief Executive Officer, Jamie Shelton is supportive of the change and has been appointed into a new role focusing on growing the Melbourne region, engaging with larger client partnerships and actively involved with Northrop’s climate change strategy.

“We’re excited to bring a fresh appetite for sharing knowledge, working more tightly across all our ten locations in Australia and enabling our workforce to focus on harnessing our collective ingenuity in engineering and consulting,” said Todd Halliday, Managing Partner.

“Since 1976, Northrop has grown from strength to strength by working with our industry partners to expand into new engineering disciplines, locations, and sectors. We are looking forward to our continued growth in this new chapter and are focused on making sure that past achievements – our valued client relationships and the built environment industry – continues to drive our success” says Mark Sturgess, Managing Partner.

The new strategic direction for the business supports a fresh focus on client service, employee experience and investment in digital technologies to continue delivering valuable project outcomes for our clients and community.

Director | Senior Civil Engineer
Principal | Managing Partner
Principal | Managing Partner
David FieldTodd HallidayMark Sturgess

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