CRAIG CONLON

Managing Director and Operations Manager

Craig as owner oversees all facets of the business including Transco Power’s finances, strategic planning and governance. Craig is also responsible for Transco Power’s day-to-day operations, ensuring projects have the right resources allocated and commitments are delivered on time or ahead of schedule. Craig has more than thirty years’ experience delivering Commercial, Industrial and Mining projects with companies such as Kilpatrick Green, O’Donnell Griffin, the Heyday Group and Asea Brown Boveri (ABB) before establishing Transco Power Pty Limited.

In 2012 Craig recruited a management team to deliver the Salkhit Wind farm project in Mongolia for Leighton Asia, on completion of this project Craig commenced work as part of the senior leadership team for Leighton Contractors on Condabri & Reedy Creek Water Treatment facilities before moving to the Northern Water Treatment Project for Laing O’Rourke and QGC.

Following completion of the above LNG projects in South East Queensland Transco Power has focused on the New Road Infrastructure Works in NSW by winning a contract on the WestConnex New M5 to Manage 11kV High Voltage Enabling works for tunnelling which was executed on time within budget making way for the tunnelling team to commence work on the project.

The scope on the WestConnex New M5 project has expanded over the past two years with Transco Power providing several resources for key positions within the M&E management team. This includes control system project management, Quality System implementation, management of 33kV permanent power for both Stage 2B (New M5) and Stage 3(M4E-NewM5 Link), review of AJJV design, providing constructible solutions and resolving challenges, specification writing preparation, management of major procurement scope and tender process for the M&E fit out works and providing technical support to the civil and tunnelling teams.

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