RPS continues New Zealand expansion
29 June 2020 | 1 min read
After establishing a permanent presence in New Zealand just four years ago, RPS has expanded beyond our first home in Wellington to appoint a new leader for Auckland.
Cementing recent growth and responding to local demand, we are pleased to appoint a new Regional Manager for Auckland, Stuart Meakins.
Additional expertise for New Zealand
The expansion gives additional depth to our offering on the North Island, placing RPS consultants on the ground in strategic locations where our clients are looking to grow too.
“RPS has always been about bringing people and expertise together to solve complex problems for our clients, and that’s been our approach in New Zealand from the start,” said RPS Strategic Development Manager - Project Management, Ben Rayward.
“Our people are highly experienced in complex development and infrastructure initiatives, but their expertise goes beyond a single technical discipline, sector or project type.
“It’s this depth and diversity of experience–from initial planning and business case development, program and project structuring and delivery, to cost and value management–that allows us to deliver results and drive shared value on the initiatives that matter to New Zealand; whether that’s major transport or initiatives for government agencies and NZ Defence.
“Even in the face of significant challenges for businesses right around the world over the past few months due to COVID-19, we’re proud to be in a position to continue growing our team and responding to the needs of clients in key New Zealand markets.”
Founded in 1970, RPS, A Tetra Tech Company (RPS) is a leading global professional services firm of 5,000 consultants and service providers. Operating in 125 countries, working across six continents we define, design and manage projects that create shared value to a complex, urbanising and resource-scarce world.
RPS delivers a broad range of services in six sectors: property, energy, transport, water, defence and government services and resources. Services provided across RPS' six sectors cover twelve service clusters: project and program management, design and development, water services, environment, advisory and management consulting, exploration and development, planning and approvals, health, safety and risk, oceans and coastal, laboratories, training and communications, creative and digital services.
RPS stands out for its clients by using its deep expertise to solve problems that matter, making them easy to understand. Making complex easy.
For further information, please visit www.rpsgroup.com.