Kramer Ausenco teams continue to deliver in the Pacific

Did you know that the Kramer Ausenco teams have been delivering world-class project management and engineering solutions for clients in Papua New Guinea (PNG) and the Pacific region for more than 35 years?

Originating from PNG, Kramer Ausenco has expanded its presence to seven countries across the pacific. Regional operations are led by Chief Operations Officer, Bruce Nicholson (PNG), Australia & Pacific Regional Manager, Jason Goddard (Australia), Shane Harris (Fiji), Rovaly Sike (Solomon Islands), Tahifisi Vehikite (Tonga), Jay Jameson (Vanuatu) and Konrad Lober (Samoa). Founder and CEO, Frank Kramer splits his time between Port Moresby and Brisbane.

The teams in Port Moresby, Fiji and Brisbane provide technical support for regional projects and the smaller offices. Services include project scoping and development, civil and structural engineering, surveying, building services, 2D & 3D design, project management and construction management for private sector, public sector and international aid agencies.

Current key projects in PNG include Ramu 2 Hydro-electric expansion study; Enga Provincial Hospital; Kookaburra Street Overpass; Mixed Use Development for Western Highlands Development Corporation; Mount Hagen Regional Hospital Redevelopment; and various Road and Bridge Projects for Ok Tedi Development Foundation.

Kramer Ausenco team members also have a very strong focus on health, safety, the environment and the community. They actively support sustainable development initiatives such as the Youth at Work Recycling competition in Solomon Islands, and promote gender equality through hiring of their people and support for organisations such as UN Women.

They are dedicated to developing the Pacific region and helping improve the outcomes for its people. Pro bono support for a UN Women-led project to improve the Gordons Markets in Port Moresby; fundraising and support for Buk bilong Pikinini; and support for Youth with a Mission Medical Ships are just some of the ways they give back to their local communities.