New Appointment: Andrew Wright, Director, Quantity Surveying, Melbourne

Charter Keck Cramer is excited to announce to market the appointment of Andrew Wright to the role of Director in its Quantity Surveying (QS) team in the Melbourne office.

Andrew is a highly respected Quantity Surveyor with extensive experience providing a full-service QS offering assisting developers and clients with an understanding of what they may build on a site and the feasibility and nature of the development across residential or commercial asset classes.

With over 30 years’ experience Andrew has worked on projects of all shapes and sizes with project values from up to $500 million covering commercial office buildings, high rise residential developments, hospitals, education projects, cultural projects, hotels, retail as well as retirement living. A significant highlight has been his involvement with one of Australia’s largest privately owned museums.

Charter’s head of Projects, Edmund D’Cruz, National Executive Director, commented “Andrew has an incredibly strong reputation within the property and construction sector delivering very sound and proactive cost control and general development advice to the industry. The arrival of Andrew at Charter Keck Cramer will certainly not only result in a quantum leap to our Quantity Surveying team but also to all parts of the firm.”

Andrew Wright, Director, Quantity Surveying, commented “I am delighted to have joined the team based here in Melbourne. It’s about working with good people and good projects, building respectful working relationships with clients and assisting them in achieving the best possible value for money project outcomes.”

Andrew is currently working on commercial office, hotel and residential projects including build to rent opportunities, the rejuvenation of an existing office building within a turn of the century industrial building in Abbottsford, Victoria and an exciting mixed use development of commercial office, student accommodation and theatre refurbishment in Launceston, Tasmania.