Icon is set to welcome a new Construction Manager – Health, as Ben Uren joins the team. Experienced ex-Mirvac Construction Manager Alistair Munro has also joined Icon, as they strategically build their team for the future.
Ben Uren has strong experience in the health construction space having spent the past 7 years running his own company, MRU Constructions, which focused on health and laboratory projects.
Prior to this, Ben was Construction Manager at Leighton where he led the delivery of the Olivia Newton John Hospital upgrade.
Alistair joins from Mirvac, where he has spent 12 years working his way through to Construction Manager for Victoria in his most recent role with the company.
Alistair was the Senior Project Manager on the $200 million Eastbourne project in East Melbourne. His departure has prompted a restructure at Mirvac, where Joel Frederick has been promoted into his Construction Manager role.
Earlier this year, Daniel Crawley joined Icon as State Manager, and the appointments of Ben and Alistair signal Icon’s intentions of building a strong leadership team for success in the year ahead.
Icon will set their sights on a number of health projects set to go to tender in Victoria.
Melton Hospital is set to go to tender this year after the Victorian Government announced an additional $75million in funding in last year’s State Budget.
Warrnambool Base Hospital is another major health project set to go to tender this year.
The biggest health project is Ballarat Base Hospital valued at over $540million. This will be delivered over multiple stages.
The redevelopment will deliver a new emergency department, a women and children’s hub, state-of-the-art theatre suite and an extra 100 inpatient and short stay beds.
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