A new spring for Victoria
As the hum of business and fun returns to our CBDs and the warmer season flowers begin to bloom in our parks, Victoria is ripe with growth opportunities. In renewables, in transport, in developm...
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Anna Crameri, Executive General Manager – Place and Environment
I’m an Executive General Manager in RPS’ Place and Environment division in Australia Asia Pacific. It’s a great role that sees me involved in a kaleidoscope of projects and initiatives.
This includes being the project sponsor for an offshore wind project, and being the operations manager and the strategic development lead for our division. I am also lucky to manage the Victorian environment and approvals team – a talented and fast-growing group.
The Melbourne team I lead are doing approvals for some of the most important infrastructure and renewables projects in the state. I think there’s a huge opportunity around renewable energy and transitioning away from coal-fired power generation. The closer we can get to net zero the better, so it's exciting to be a part of that work.
Whenever you want to get a significant piece of infrastructure built, you need an environmental approval. RPS has the right combination of commercial and technical skills to guide clients through that process.
We’ve got a really good understanding of environmental impacts, as well as the government and stakeholder-related aspects of the approvals process. This means we can help make the approvals process happen faster, and smoother.
We’ve got a really good understanding of environmental impacts, as well as the government and stakeholder-related aspects of the approvals process.
Executive Strategy Manager – Place and Environment
Pepper Café in Flemington.
On and off since I was 17.
The Maribyrnong River has come a long way in the last few years thanks to the work done by Melbourne Water restoring habitats and riverside areas.
I could’ve given you a few if you’d asked me that ten years ago, but I’ve got kids now. No time for that sort of thing!
It’d have to be something around due diligence or fatal flaw assessment on a big new transport or renewables project.
I was born here and my family is from here, but what makes me especially proud to live in Victoria is the real sense of community spirit that we’ve displayed. Here in Melbourne we’re a real tight knit community, and the transformation our city is currently going through in terms of infrastructure will only strengthen those connections. Melbourne is getting bigger and bigger, but it never feels like we’re at risk of becoming distant from each other.