NZ CEO Graeme Johnson appointed to national infrastructure board

New Zealand CEO Graeme Johnson has been appointed to the board of Infrastructure New Zealand.

Graeme’s appointment was confirmed at the board’s AGM in Auckland in November 2018 where members elected a new chair and five new positions.

The following members have joined Graeme on the board:

Andrew Stevens (Chair)
Laura Harris, BNZ
Peter Reidy, Fletcher
Tracey Ryan, BECA
Karen West, Harrison Grierson
Infrastructure New Zealand said it was the highest ever number of candidates they had standing for the board and they looked forward to working together.

As a highly respected national body, <a href=”http://&lt;a href=”> Infrastructure New Zealand’s</a> core purpose is to advance best practice in the development of world class transport, energy, water, telecommunications and social infrastructure. This is achieved through research, advocacy and public/private sector collaboration.

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