Our leaders

EIC Activities leadership team

Our leadership team brings a wealth of experience and technical expertise. Individually, each member is a leader in their field; together they create a dynamic environment for excellence and innovation. 

  • Glen Mace

    Managing Director

    Appointed as Managing Director of EIC Activities in October 2015. Glen previously held roles with CPB Contractors including General Manager Rail and General Manager Eastern Infrastructure.
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    Prior to joining CIMIC Group, Glen held a number of executive management positions in the UK and South Africa, leading strategy, business planning and operational activities.


    Glen has over 28 years' experience in engineering and construction, establishing and managing successful teams on multidisciplinary projects internationally.

  • Geoff Sewell

    General Manager

    Appointed as EIC Activities General Manager in 2015. Geoff is EIC Activities’ sponsor for services to CIMIC Group companies CPB Contractors (NSW & ACT, Major Projects & Tunnelling, Leighton Asia, Broad) and Pacific Partnerships.
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    Geoff has over 33 years consulting design and construction experience across the building, civil infrastructure, rail, marine and energy and resources sectors in Australia and South East Asia.

     

    Geoff was previously Manager, Engineering Services – Specialist Engineering with John Holland. Prior to that Geoff was Project Director and Principal Structural Engineer, GHD, and Associate Director/Structures Division Manager, Hyder Consulting.

     

    Geoff is a Chartered Professional Engineer (Civil and Structural), a Member of Engineers Australia and a Registered Professional Engineer, Queensland.

  • Julie Martin

    General Manager

    Appointed EIC Activities General Manager in 2017. Julie is EIC Activities’ sponsor for services to CIMIC Group companies CPB Contractors (QLD, WA, NT & PNG) and UGL.
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    Julie has over 20 years' experience in electrical engineering with extensive experience in design, construction and commissioning of high and low voltage electrical distribution and traction power systems. She has held positions in key design, project engineering, management and commissioning roles on a range of projects in QLD, NSW, WA, India and London.


    Julie currently holds the office of non-executive Director on the Board of Powerlink Queensland.


    Julie was previously Principal – Electrical, EIC Activities. Prior to that Julie was Power Site Manager, QCLNG Surat North Project CPB Contractors and HV Power Lead, Moreton Bay Rail Link Project, Thiess. 

  • Shameelta Pratap

    General Manager

    Appointed General Manager in 2016. Shameelta is EIC Activities’ sponsor for services to CIMIC Group companies CPB Contractors (NZ), Thiess and CIMIC. 
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    Shameelta has 17 years' experience in the areas of Human Resources, Operational and Corporate functions and has been in senior appointments at some of Australia's leading construction, technical services, engineering and professional services firms.


    Shameelta was previously Head of HR for the Specialist Engineering Group with John Holland. Prior to that she was a Director with consulting firm HR Solutions and General Manager with MPA Technical Services. 
  • Simon Bowles 

    General Manager

    Appointed as EIC Activities General Manager in 2016. Simon is EIC Activities’ sponsor for services to CIMIC Group companies CPB Contractors (VIC, SA & TAS) and Sedgman.
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    Simon has over 25 years' experience in multi-disciplinary design and construction projects. He has been instrumental in the successful delivery of a number of complicated water and industrial process projects in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.

     

    Simon was previously Principal – Water, EIC Activities. Prior to that Simon was Project Development Manager, Power & Water Thiess Construction and National Engineering Manager Abigroup Water. 

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