Engineering consultancy FSC expands into Queensland

11 August 2022 1 min. read
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FSC, a Melbourne-based multidisciplinary engineering consultancy, has expanded into Queensland.

Founded in 2015, FSC is an engineering consultancy and project management firm that delivers both small and large projects. The firm has since its inception worked on numerous well-known projects in Victoria, including the M1 Westgate Freeway Upgrade, M80 Tulla Sydney Alliance and the Victorian Desalination Project.

“With the strong pipeline of infrastructure works planned for Queensland in the build-up to the 2032 Brisbane Olympics, expansion into Queensland was the natural next step for FSC,” said John Fitzgerald, a director at FSC and one of the company’s three co-founders.

FSC’s launching team in Queensland

In launching the Queensland office, FSC has appointed Niall Keown as principal and manager of the new venture. An experienced project manager and engineer with experience managing complex projects at various stages, Keown has returned to Brisbane after a stint in Melbourne where his track record included serving as a senior contractor and holding client-side roles on major infrastructure projects.

Since the move into Queensland, FSC’s local team has grown to five staff and won work on some major local projects including Brisbane’s Cross River Rail and the Garth Prowd Bridge upgrades in Noosa.

“We look forward to the Queensland team’s growth and success,” said Fitzgerald.

Meanwhile, FSC has set its sights on breaking through the 100-staff milestone (currently: 70 staff) amid growing demand for infrastructure services, with Sydney next in line in the firm’s growth roadmap.