Ausenco Limited (ASX: AAX) announces the resignation of Greg Moynihan from the company’s Board of Directors, effective close of business today.
Ausenco Chairman, Mr George Lloyd, thanked Mr Moynihan for his service since becoming a non-executive director in 2009.
“On behalf of the Board and the entire Ausenco team I would like thank Greg for his contribution to the company as an independent director and as Chairman of the Audit and Risk Management Committee. We wish him well in his future endeavours,” Mr Lloyd said.
In accordance with the requirements of the Australian Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (Act), Ausenco lodged its annual public report with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency for its Australian operations on 29 May 2013. You can view a copy of the report here.
Mr Goss has been Chairman of Ausenco since 2002. As Chairman, Mr Goss has overseen the growth of Ausenco from a business of fewer than 150 people with revenues of $30 million to an ASX listed global business with offices in 19 countries, over 3,300 people and revenues in excess of $600 million.
A team of volunteers from Ausenco’s office in Vancouver, Canada, helped provide safe and affordable housing for low-income families by participating in a Habitat for Humanity Build Day on 26 April. The community giving initiative was made possible by a $5,000 donation made by the Ausenco Foundation.
Habitat For Humanity makes housing accessible to low-income families by building homes using volunteer labour and donated materials. Eligible families are required to donate 500 volunteer hours and repay a no-interest, no down-payment mortgage with payments that are less than 30% of gross household income.
Ausenco has been selected as a finalist in the 2013 PACE Zenith Awards for our project ‘Expanding Gold Mine Processing Plant’ in the Mining, Minerals & Exploration category.
The PACE Zenith Awards are presented by PACE magazine (Process and Control Engineering), the official magazine of the Institute of Instrumentation and Control Automation (IICA). Ausenco was nominated for our work on the control system for the Chatree Gold Mine Project in Thailand.
The project will provide next-generation remote terminal unit (RTU) control systems at 16 of the client’s high pressure gas facilities in the Las Vegas Valley, southern Nevada and northwest Arizona service areas. The stations provide gas metering, pressure regulation and odor injection for all of the natural gas used in these areas. Ausenco will assemble, program, deliver, test and commission the RTU systems.
Our business service functions are integral to supporting and facilitating the company and as such, a high value is placed on our people's contribution.
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On April 22, 2013, the Ausenco team working on the Grande Côte Mineral Sands Rail and Port Infrastructure project reached one million man-hours without a loss-time incident (LTI).
The Ausenco Foundation and employees from our Santiago, Chile office were again delighted to support the Pumanque community, located 160 kilometres south of Santiago in Chile.
In April 2013, one of Ausenco’s major contractors on the Constancia project, San Martín, achieved 1 million manhours without a Lost Time Injury (LTI).
Ausenco took home three awards at the 24th Annual Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – British Columbia (ACEC-BC) Awards Gala on Saturday 6 April.
Congratulations to our team in Vancouver whose entry, Tuna To-Toro, was awarded the Juror’s Favourite prize at CANstruction’s‘ACANamy Awards’ last week. It is the first time a rookie team has ever taken home the prize!