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Senior Team

Ernie Mensforth

Ernie Mensforth

“Mr Sportaholic”

What I do?

Utilise my expertise in traffic and parking  design, analysis and report writing to assist clients through the planning permit application process.

Why I do what I do?

To retain a level of usefulness in semi-retirement.

My driving force?

My wife doesn’t want me ‘under her feet’ / at home 24/7.
When I’m not working?

Very keen golfer (I typically play 3 times per week) and observer of other sports.

What others say?

Why. So. Serious.

Bailey Byrnes

Bailey Byrnes

“Ms Rational”

What I do?

I make sense of transport problems and their underlying causes and identify realistic and achievable solutions that take into account the relevant strategic and local contexts.

Why I do what I do?

I’m all about figuring out problems and how things work, and then how to make them better. Why transport? It’s the ultimate puzzle – transport affects and impacts everyone in different ways, but it’s vital in how we live, regardless of where and how we choose to. It’s also never the same, with people’s behaviours and technology changing the way we travel ever year.

My driving force?

I love to learn and understand the why’s, the how’s, the what’s and the why nots. If there is a question that needs answering, I’ll find out what the answer is.

When I’m not working?

When I’m not studying, renovating, reading or playing sport, I’m catching up with friends and family. Game nights (and days) are a common occurrence, and there aren’t many board and card games we haven’t played.

What others say?

A strategic competitor.

Ayman William

Ayman William

“Dr. Gadget”

What I do?

I am one of SALT’s senior engineers, I am always up for the special projects, that may not necessarily be the most straight forward.  I am very keen and enthusiastic about design and exploring the multiple facets offered.  I enjoy client interaction and a drive to ensure that excellence is always delivered.

Why I do what I do?

Civil Engineering entails a wide and diverse variety of different areas.  One of my most favourite aspects of Civil Engineering is Traffic and Road Engineering.  I believe that this field is one of the most intuitive and has the greatest impact on the general population.  Each member of the community will interact with the road environment in one way or another on a daily basis.

My driving force?

I enjoy and thrive at any opportunity to learn.  I will always be the first to raise a hand when a special or different project presents itself.  I highly enjoy not knowing and researching, as this gives me the opportunity to grow both professionally and personally.

When I’m not working?

Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with family and friends. I enjoy an active lifestyle – soccer, travelling, exploring and photography.  Also in winter, I find nothing more relaxing than relaxing by the couch and watching a good movie.

What others say?

On many occasions, friends and family have always told me that I always laugh at my own jokes, in response, I always stipulate that you shouldn’t take life too seriously and making yourself laugh is always a bonus.

Jarrod Wicks

Jarrod Wicks

“Mr Competitive”

What I do?

I simplify sometimes difficult transport problems for clients, and use my engineering and leadership skills to go above and beyond in servicing their needs.

Why I do what I do?

I help create functional, liveable cities. I was born to be a traffic engineer.

My driving force?

Another Hawthorn premiership. And my two kids, Lewis and Harvey, who make sure I get out of bed nice and early, every single morning.

When I’m not working?

I spend as much time outdoors as possible, fishing, sunsets and footy are bliss.

What others say?

Wixy knows the difference between work and play.

 

 

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