Chris Hurst joins IAQ Board

The elected Board is comprised of senior leaders from across the infrastructure sector and is responsible for setting the overall strategic direction of the Association.

This in an exciting time to join the IAQ board. They play an important role in strengthening the partnerships between public and private sectors needed to deliver the record levels of investment in Queensland. Leading up to and beyond the 2032 Olympics as we continue to provide the critical infrastructure needed for our rapidly growing State this partnership is going to be important.

I look forward to collaborating with a group of diverse and yet like-minded professionals helping to create the best places in Queensland for our communities to succeed.”

Chris Hurst, Executive General Manager – Major Projects, SYSTRA ANZ

With over two-decades of experience and leading SYSTRA’s team delivering major projects across Australia and New Zealand as well as being a member of the SYSTRA’s Global Management Team, Chris will be able to provide insights into some of the most significant transport projects happening in Australia and abroad.

He adds, “Effectively delivering our existing and upcoming pipeline of projects will pave the way for Queenslanders to move far more seamlessly around their communities for many years to come. Having been on the inside of these projects, I can offer the IAQ on the ground expertise and knowledge that will help guide future decisions.”

About IAQ

The Infrastructure Association of Queensland Inc (IAQ) is the peak body representing the infrastructure industry in Queensland – we were formed in 1994 to foster private sector investment in infrastructure and provide a deeper understanding between the public and private sectors. We are an independent, evidence based, non partisan association influencing better outcomes for our members with timely engagement across policy issues. We work hard to create pathways to deliver on the economic enabling infrastructure the State needs to build a thriving future for Queenslanders.