MRA is proud to announce an expansion of its presence in the ACT and Southern NSW with the appointment of Bruce Edgerton as the Canberra Regional Manager.
Bruce has recently joined MRA from AECOM, where he held the position of Principal Consultant and completed projects for ACT and Australian Government departments and agencies, Icon Water and for Canberra University.
Bruce is a Chemical Engineering and MBA graduate with extensive public and private sector experience in strategy and policy formulation, business case development, infrastructure procurement as well as legislative design and reform. He is a dynamic communicator who works strategically with internal and external stakeholders to help his clients deliver results.
When asked about his new appointment, Bruce said:
“I am excited to be joining MRA at this time to enhance our service offering in the Canberra region as well as helping MRA further enhance its service portfolio around climate change and renewable energy.”
Mike Ritchie, Managing Director of MRA said “Over the last few years MRA has been providing significant support to its Canberra region clients including the ACT Government, the Australian Government and the Snowy Monaro Regional Council. MRA sees demand for its services increasing due to the ambitious agendas of the local, Territory and Australian Governments in the areas of waste and sustainability.
Hence, I am delighted Bruce has joined MRA allowing us to offer a local presence to our clients in the Canberra region. Bruce has exceptional skills in waste policy, strategy development and he expands MRA’s offering around renewable energy complimenting existing expertise in energy-from-waste.”
Technical Director Dr Ron Wainberg said “It is great to welcome Bruce to the MRA team. Local MRA representation in the ACT and SE NSW will significantly enhance our ability to serve the region, and Bruce’s skills will also boost our offering nationally.”
Bruce can be contacted on 0402 794 905 or email@example.com
MRA provides services to large and small business and all levels of government consulting in the areas of strategy, planning, policy, engineering, economics, education and auditing.
MRA has an established and very experienced team of waste expert environmental scientists, engineers, planners, economists, and lawyers including a past national President of WMAA, a Vice President, Chair of the NSW branch of WMAA and chairs of various working groups including AWT and Carbon.