About This Individual
Harry attained a Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Adelaide in 2002. Subsequently he worked as a graduate engineer in various consultancies in Adelaide where he gained experience in residential and civil design and engineering inspection. In 2005, he joined Parsons Brinckerhoff as a structural engineer where he expanded his structural engineering design skills and experience in areas including industrial, water/wastewater, transport and commercial construction. During this period he has developed extensive knowledge in various engineering computer design programs and also was afforded the opportunity to work as a site engineer for a number of large construction developments. In 2008, Harry moved to Brisbane and joined the engineering consultancy Aurecon as a Senior Structural Engineer where he was involved in a number of significant infrastructure projects. He also gained invaluable experience in the mining sector, specifically in respect of a number of billion dollar EPCM coal terminal expansion projects. Over the years, Harry has developed substantial construction engineering experience utilising steel, concrete, masonry and timber materials. Harry decided to pursue a career in Loss Adjusting, utilising his engineering experience and knowledge, joining Charles Taylor Adjusting at the beginning of 2013 where he has taken on the role of Engineering Loss Adjuster.