The provider of quantity-surveying, project management and other services has appointed Andrew Loh to a higher role.
DCWC is pleased to congratulate Andrew Loh on his recent promotion to director of Donald Cant Watts Corke (Infrastructure). Since joining the Melbourne office in 2019, Andrew is said to have been “instrumental” to the continued growth of DCWC and its dedicated Infrastructure team.
Donald Cant Watts Corke (DCWC) is one of Australia’s largest, privately-owned providers of quantity surveying, project management and associated services.
“Andrew is what is known in the industry as a ‘safe pair of hands’, applying his technical skills with accuracy and diligence to each major infrastructure project that he works on, said DCWC managing director of infrastructure Peter Gill.
“He is trusted by his peers and has the ability to adapt to the requirements of every division.
“These qualities make Andrew an ideal candidate for the position of Director and the future growth of this sector for DCWC as a whole.
“We congratulate him on his contributions to date and look forward to seeing more success stories from him for many years to come.”
Andrew Loh’s skill set and expansive experience have seen the delivery of complex services on projects such as North East Link, Circular Quay Precinct Renewal, and Perth Runway Development.