Meet the team
Nick Marinelli, Chief Executive Officer – Australia
As Chief Executive Officer for Fulton Hogan Australia, Nick is accountable for the strategic and operational performance of the Infrastructure Services, Construction, and Utilities business streams. Collectively the Australian businesses have over 2500 employees delivering customer solutions for the infrastructure, transport, energy, and resources sectors, as well as asset management solutions for public and private asset owners.
Nick first joined Fulton Hogan as General Manager for Planning & Development at the start of 2009, and was responsible for Fulton Hogan’s strategic business development and growth in Australia. He also managed commercial acquisition activities, new venture start-ups, marketing, business development and technology transfer across Fulton Hogan. Prior to accepting his current role, Nick was Chief Executive Officer for Fulton Hogan’s Australian Industries business for two years.
Nick has over 30 years’ experience in the industry and prior to Fulton Hogan held senior executive positions with Rinker, Cemex Australia, Pioneer Construction Materials and Pioneer International in Australia and overseas. Nick’s qualifications include a BBus (Accounting) and a GAICD.
Duncan Gibb, Chief Executive Officer Construction – Australia
Duncan Gibb joined Fulton Hogan in 2004 after 20 years in the Australian construction industry and has since spent significant time within both the Australian and New Zealand Fulton Hogan businesses. He led the transition of Belmadar Construction in NSW into the Fulton Hogan family, was General Manager of the Queensland business, and led the $2 billion rebuild of Christchurch infrastructure between 2011 and 2015. Duncan has held roles senior executive roles in Fulton Hogan including strategic development, HSQE & Sustainability, and more recently, headed up the start-up of the Kaikoura Earthquake rebuild in North Canterbury.
With over 29 years’ experience in the industry, Duncan has spent his career leading large scale infrastructure projects with multi-disciplined teams. He is highly experienced leading multi-discipline teams in the delivery of controversial and challenging infrastructure projects that extend over several years.
Duncan has a BE in Civil Engineering. His alliance experience dates back more than ten years. Safelink Alliance is just one example of a project that exceeded customer expectations and which has won numerous industry awards.
Lee Revell, Chief Operating Officer – Utilities
Lee has been with Fulton Hogan since the middle of 2012 and in that time has overseen the profitable growth of Fulton Hogan’s Central Region Construction business and more recently its Communications and Water business. In January 2018, Lee took up the role of Chief Operating Officer – Utilities. As a member of the Fulton Hogan Australia Executive, Lee’s role is to build a long term and sustainable business in the Utilities sectors of Communications, Water, Power and Gas.
Key responsibilities include winning and delivering long term programs of work for key clients to the highest of quality and safety standards, whilst generating long term and exciting employment opportunities for Fulton Hogan’s staff, and returning strong and reliable returns for Fulton Hogan’s shareholders.
Prior to his time at Fulton Hogan Lee spent 5 years with Leighton Contractors in various operational and commercial roles, and before that, with BAE Systems and Tenix Defence in various operational, commercial and project positions.
Lee’s qualifications include a Masters of Commercial Law from Macquarie University and a Bachelor in Business – Labour Relations from the University of South Australia.
Matthew MacMahon, Chief Operating Officer – Infrastructure Services
Matthew is currently responsible for Fulton Hogan’s Infrastructure Services in Australia. With over 20 years’ experience in the road maintenance industry, Matthew’s management skills and safety achievements see him recognized as a leader in the field.
Matthew previously held the role of General Manager, Industries (South Australia and Northern Territory) and more recently Regional Manager Auckland with over 900 permanent staff. Prior to joining Fulton Hogan in 2008, Matthew was a director at PMP Bitumen. During this time he was instrumental to the development of the company and its eventual turnover of over AU$33M. This small business allowed Matthew to hone the skills he needs to succeed in his current position.
Tony Aloisio, General Manager Corporate Services & National Safety Manager – Australia
Tony holds a dual role as the company’s General Manager Corporate Services and National Safety Manager. In this capacity, he manages corporate disciplines (HR, environment & quality) in the Australian business and is responsible for implementing the national safety strategy across all states and territories.
Tony joined Fulton Hogan in May 2012, with over 30 years’ experience in the asphalt and pavement industry, managing projects and operations in various locations around Australia. Before joining Fulton Hogan he was General Manager – Asphalt for Boral, in Victoria, where he managed the successful award and delivery of major projects at Eastlink and Peninsula Link, whilst continuing to grow and develop ongoing business operations in the region.
An active member of the asphalt and pavements community, Tony was appointed Chairman of the Australian Asphalt Pavements Association (AAPA) in September 2013. He was on the Board of Directors for two years prior to that. Tony is also a member of Australian Constructors Association (ACA) Safety Working Party and the Federal Safety Commission (FSC) Industry Reference Group. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Melbourne and completed an MBA at Melbourne Business School.
Eugene Cheah, General Manager Business Development – Australia
Eugene is responsible for growing Fulton Hogan’s business around its core competencies of civil infrastructure. During Eugene’s ten years with Fulton Hogan, he has been involved with growing the Australian business from predominantly road construction, into a number of sectors including ports, airports, energy, mining, defence, rail and water.
Eugene has held senior strategic and operational management positions including: General Manager Victoria with Pioneer Road Services, an asphalt and binders operation of over 200 staff; developing heavy duty pavement products with our National Technical team. More recently, Eugene was the National Business Development Manager – Energy, Mining & Ports for the Construction Business; where he engaged with customers and delivered tailored approaches that provided technical, quality, timely and value for money solutions.
Caroline Zywulko, General Manager Strategy – Australia
Caroline was recently appointed General Manager Strategy where she provides leadership and direction of strategic initiatives across the Industries and Construction business in Australia.
She formerly held the position of General Manager Strategy – Industries and National Manager for Marketing and Sales at Fulton Hogan. Caroline has 20 years’ experience in the construction materials industry, mainly with Holcim in an internal consulting role in market and sales strategies in North and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia.
Caroline has a BASc in Geological and Mineral Engineering from the University of Toronto.
Angela Cilia, General Manager People – Australia
Angela is responsible for implementing people strategies across the Australian business. Angela is a strategic human resources professional who is passionate and driven to make a positive difference in how people are managed with a clear goal of improving business productivity and organisational performance.
Angela has over 15 years’ experience in human resources, over eight years of these within the construction industry. Angela originally joined Fulton Hogan in February 2007 and has held a variety of generalist national human resources positions and specialist organisational development roles.
She is a CAHRI member and has completed a PGDip in Human Resources Management, an Ad. Dip. in Neuroscience Leadership, along with other change management and human resource certifications.