Simon Denny appointed as Associate Director

Simon Denny appointed as Associate Director

We are delighted to announce that Simon Denny has been appointed as Associate Director.

Simon, a proud kiwi looks forward to this new role within the senior management team of PDS Group. ‘I have been fortunate to work on a number of landmark Melbourne projects with PDS Group and look forward to the challenge of my new role within the business’.

Since graduating from the University of Canterbury (New Zealand) in 2002 (majoring in Management and Political Science). Simon is an experienced Project Leader who has successfully delivered a diverse range of projects including residential, retail, education and commercial developments in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

Simon’s collaborative approach and clear problem-solving skills ensures key project objectives around time management, cost control and quality deliverables are maintained and achieved.

PDS Group Director VIC, Andrew Buckmaster says, “Simon’s contribution to the PDS Group team is evident in his outstanding hard work, dedication and focused approach; we are proud to recognise his talent and commitment. Our clients, network partners and project delivery teams trust in his leadership and advice and I am excited to have Simon as a business leader for PDS Group’s next phase of growth in Victoria.”

Managing Director, Andrew Fortey says “with the growth of international investment in Australia’s property industry and developers preferring to work with an independent Project Management firm to guide their projects, PDS Group has increased its team across Australia and continues to grow in line with the construction activity. “I am very proud of the career pathways PDS Group can provide”.

Simon started at PDS Group as a Project Manager and is now a significant and integral part of our business culture and focus, delivering quality and consistent service,” says Andrew.

PDS Group currently has $4 Billion of projects in its VIC portfolio and $6.5 Billion nationally.