- Surveyor firm Veris has announced Dr Michael Shirley as its new Chief Executive, taking over the role from interim leader Brian Elton since October last year
- Dr Michael was chosen for his experience in work aligning with Veris-related industries including; infrastructure work with ANZ under engineering firm Jacobs, Managing Director of clients with design firm Aurecon, and various roles with Sinclair Knight Merz
- In a media release today, Veris managing Director Adam Lamond welcomed Dr Michael’s appointment as CEO, as well as thanking Brian Elton for his work during the interim
- Since market open today, shares in Veris gained 7.35 per cent for a value of 7.3 cents each
Surveyor firm Veris announced business veteran Dr Michael Shirley will take position as company Chief Executive from interim leader Brian Elton.
Dr Michael has extensive experience in professional business, working as Managing Director of Clients with engineering and design firm Aurecon, as well as overseeing ANZ Infrastructure and Environment jobs with infrastructure firm Jacobs.
Dr Michael has also completed work with engineering company Sinclair Knight Merz under various domestic and international positions.
“I welcome Michael’s appointment,” Veris Managing Director Adam Lamond said today.
“His proven track record in leadership, strategic planning and business development will be instrumental in driving Veris Australia’s margin growth, profitability and strengthening our national presence and market share.”
A media statement from Veris released to investors states Dr Michael has particular experience in key markets that overlap with Veris’ line of work. The company stated to have faith in his abilities concerning surveying and 3D geospatial services.
In closing comments today, Adam Lamond thanked Brian Elton for his work as an interim leader since late-last last year.
“I would also like to thank Brian for his commitment to Veris Australia over the past 12 months, his drive to build the business and his support during structural and cultural change has been incredibly valuable,” he said.
“Brian will work closely with Michael in a transitional period following Michael’s commencement in his new role.”
Adam also stated Brian Elton will continue to provide Veris with business and advice and to support the company’s consulting business division.
Since market open today, shares in Veris gained 7.35 per cent for a value of 7.3 cents each.