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Egis projects in Australia are managed through four legal entities:
Egis Projects Asia Pacific Pty Ltd (EPAP)
- Local office of the Egis Group, business development
Egis Road Operation Australia Pty Ltd (EROA)
- Egis Traffic Management Solutions
Fulton Hogan Egis Operation and Maintenance Pty Ltd (Egis 50% shareholder)
- WestConnex Operation and Maintenance
Tunnel Network Services Pty Ltd (TNS)
- Transurban Incident Response and Maintenance
Rik Joosten, Director Egis Projects Asia Pacific
Graduated civil engineer and graduate of European School of Management. Rik has been appointed as CEO of Egis Projects in 2005 and led the development of Egis Projects from a road concession developer towards an internationally recognised service provider for road operation and maintenance and to road users under the brand name Easytrip. Prior to joining Egis in 1997, Rik was Project Finance Director at German construction company Holzmann and the General Manager of its UK investment vehicle.
Claire Gazdag, Director Egis Projects Asia Pacific
Claire is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Master Degree in Finance & Accounting. Claire is Egis Projects' CFO and Class B Manager of Egis Investment SARL. She is a director of a number of subsidiaries or investments held by Egis Projects. Previously Claire was CFO of Egis Holding Batiments and CFO of IOSIS Holding and has worked in several audit firms.
Michael Stephens, Director and Company Secretary, Egis Projects Asia Pacific/Egis Road Operation Australia
Michael is the Managing Director of Egis Projects Asia Pacific and represents the Egis group at the board level to clients, partners and key external stakeholders across a large suite of major contracts. As a director of Egis Road Operations Australia, Michael has supervised the Legacy Way tunnel operations and maintenance project from the tender phase throughout pre-operations until successful opening of traffic. Furthermore, Michael is a director of Fulton Hogan Egis O&M Pty Ltd, the operations and maintenance contractor for the WestConnex project in Sydney. Previously, Michael has been involved as a director in large scale operations and maintenance contracts, such as the Melbourne City Link and the M2 Hills and M5 East in Sydney.