When Peter is not delivering projects, you will find him on any type of board – surf, snow, wake and the occasional skateboard. Peter also enjoys glamping, golf, coffee and is a sucker for craft beers.
Possessing a very high-level of initiative and a natural passion for problem-solving, Peter has strong management and communication skills and, since joining SHAPE in 2010, has managed several successful multi-million dollar projects.
Peter’s vast experience includes the delivery of projects in occupied, highly-sensitive environments. While on these projects, Peter has been responsible for ensuring an on-time and on-budget delivery, as well as aiding with the delivery of quality workmanship.
Kosta loves the ocean. In his free time, he enjoys paddle boarding, snorkelling and spending time with his wife.
“Common sense is not so common.”
Kosta has been in the construction industry for 10 years and was instrumental in the planning and delivery of multiple large scale, complex projects.
Kosta brings with him a sound knowledge of all aspects of design and commissioning as well as years of experience in client relations, project delivery and value management.
His unique skill set allows him to contribute to all aspects of project delivery, from design and value management to commissioning and acceptance.
Nathan is a practising cicerone, Seinfeld enthusiast and an infrequent golfer.
Beginning his construction career as a carpenter and later attaining a Diploma of Building and Construction, Nathan has been in the construction industry for over 14 years. After beginning his career at SHAPE in early 2015, Nathan has quickly established himself as an integral part of the SHAPE team.
Nathan has created a niche in the SHAPE Canberra branch as the local Client Service Manager, which involves being the single point of contact on a project – from design to delivery.
Nathan is responsible for ensuring the delivery of your project meets your time and budget expectations, as well as aiding with the delivery of quality workmanship.
With 17 years working in construction, Tom brings substantial and varied experience to the General Manager role in the ACT. Joining SHAPE in 2014 as a Commercial Manager, Tom made the transition from an electrical background to fitout and refurbishment.
He commenced his career as an electrical apprentice and progressed through various roles including Account Manager, Client Service Manager, Project Manager and Branch Manager. With years of experience in client contract and programme management, his specialist knowledge ensures strong leadership for the ACT team, fostering high-quality project outcomes.
Outside of work, Brad winds down by getting outdoors and camping with his family and friends. He is also an avid sports fan, following Formula 1 and Supercars religiously, while being a long-suffering Carlton supporter in the AFL.
He considers himself a bit of a tech geek and enjoys researching and playing around with computers and home automation.
Client communication and satisfaction is Brad’s primary focus when working on any project, which is evident through his great client relationships. His detailed knowledge of SHAPE’s project delivery systems enables him to effectively manage the implementation of these systems to ensure a quality outcome for the client with respect to quality and work, health, safety and environment (WHS&E).
Brad has developed an acute understanding of the risk associated with completing construction works within occupied high-profile spaces. Not only does Brad understand the risks, but he also has a critical understanding of potential mitigation strategies to ensure safety while enabling programme certainty.
Experience, impeccable planning and coordination skills, empower Brad to ensure projects remain on schedule and in-line with quality expectations.
Miguel quite possibly goes for (in his own words) the most painful NRL team – the Wests Tigers.
His favourite holiday destination is Narooma, and he claims that nothing beats fishing for Kingfish straight off Montague Island or trolling the depths of the continental shelf for the elusive Black Marlin.
Miguel’s partner thinks he is stingy because he wouldn’t pay full price for a blue Amstaff, instead taking home one with a birth defect (his tail is seriously bent and twisted) at a 40 per cent discount. ‘Apache’ has turned out to be the best family dog, the kids love him and he doesn’t mind the odd fishing trip on the boat either.
Miguel brings over 10 years of experience to the team, delivering a variety of projects ranging from multi-level fitouts to large scale data centre construction and high-end commercial projects. Miguel is passionate about developing trusted relationships with both clients and subcontractors and understands the importance of being seen not heard.
Miguel’s planning and coordination skills ensure his projects remain on schedule and in-line with quality expectations, always remaining flexible and proactive in programming and risk management to ensure project delays are eliminated despite unforeseen challenges.
This invaluable and relevant experience is directly transferable to the project delivery for any project.
Kevin served in the British Army in a force protection role. He is interested in new technology and enjoys using his 3D printer to create small inventions.
Kevin has several pets including one dog, one cat, several starfish and sea urchins, 15 fish, around 15 species of coral and one lobster named Zoidberg.
Kevin joined SHAPE in 2007 and now fulfils a senior leadership position within the ACT team. Kevin oversees the preparation of SHAPE’s tender proposals, including the preparation of costings, project planning, programming and commercial risk assessment.
Outside of tender proposals, Kevin uses his commercial and technical expertise and experience to support project teams working on design and construct forms of engagement.
- Project Existing Technical Difficulty of Innovation – 2015-18
- Project Manager of the Year 2016
Mark has been in the construction industry for over 20 years, with considerable experience in all forms of contract delivery. He has been with SHAPE since 1995 and is a senior member of the ACT SHAPE team.
His technical knowledge in all facets of the construction industry proves him to be an effective manager who champions innovation, common sense and planning initiatives.
Mark’s extensive experience allows him to apply and interpret advanced project and risk management tools and ‘know how’ throughout the development and delivery of the project.