Marianne Foley leads TSA Management’s New South Wales team

03 October 2021 Consultancy.com.au 2 min. read
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TSA Management has appointed Marianne Foley as General Manager of its New South Wales footprint. 

In her new role, Marianne Foley leads a team of more than 200 staff working from TSA Management’s offices in Sydney, Canberra and Newcastle. Reflecting on her move, Foley said that she was attracted to the firm for its reputation in the marketplace and the growth ambition of the private equity-backed project management consultancy. 

“I am thrilled to be joining TSA Management. I think there are lots of great opportunities for an independent, knowledgeable project management and advisory business to have a positive impact on the built environment and our communities. I am looking forward to being part of that journey.”

Marianne Foley, NSW General Manager, TSA Management

Established in 2001, TSA Management helps clients in the government, property and infrastructure sectors with delivering their (large) built environment projects. The consulting firm has more than 560 people operating from twelve offices in Australia and New Zealand, as well one in Malaysia. 

“Our business has grown significantly over the past few years [among others through the acquisitions of Capital Projects Advisory and Calcutta Group], with plans for continued growth and expansion into new service offerings and locations. The addition of Marianne to our leadership team will contribute vital skills and experience to realising these strategic goals,” said Executive Director Andrew Tompson. 

Foley brings 18 years of project consulting and leadership experience to the firm, with a focus on the construction and property sectors. During her 18-year career at Arup, she held several leadership roles, including as head of the consulting business and of Australasian Building practice. She also served on Arup’s Australasian Board.

Her professional portfolio includes famous buildings such as the National Aquatics Centre in Beijing (the Water Cube) and 50 Martin Place in Sydney (as well as the adjacent Metro station). Thanks to her track record in the industry, Foley has been recognised as one of Australia’s Most Innovative Engineers by industry association Engineers Australia.