Andrew delivers rigorous analysis and insights to help government and business leaders make informed public policy decisions and improve community welfare.

Andrew leads our consultancy-based projects, including business case development and review; financial and economic appraisals; evaluation of government programs; and economic analysis, strategy development and action planning. His focus in all these contexts is on how new projects or investment can improve community welfare.

Andrew has worked for clients in all tiers of government, and the private and not for profit sectors, not only in Australia but in New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman and Malaysia.

Andrew works with social infrastructure stakeholders to optimise education, health and cultural infrastructure through appropriate planning, analysis and funding. This work includes demand projections, supply optimisation, feasibility analysis, socio-economic appraisal, full business case development, and the prioritisation of available funding for government agencies.

He undertakes economic assessments of spatial planning frameworks and urban renewal projects across Australia, including on innovation precincts. This includes his work on the Tonsley Innovation Precinct in southern Adelaide, where he led the initial policy framework, economic assessment and governance arrangements.

Andrew has led formal evaluations of government expenditure programs, requiring data analysis, stakeholder engagement, economic modelling and policy best practice review. He has also been involved in local government amalgamation or cooperative governance studies.

Outside of work, Andrew will play almost any team sport - land or water.