The JPR leadership team, as well as its staff of over 500, maintains the foundation values of the company’s founder, Joe Richardson: Do the job well the first time, provide an exceptional customer experience, the highest quality workmanship and always strive to make a tangible difference.
Bronwyn has been a Director of the Company since 1988 and was appointed Chairperson of the Board in 2007. Bronwyn previously worked as a solicitor in a large national law firm, practicing in the areas of Construction Law and then mergers and acquisitions. Immediately prior to joining the Company as an Executive Director in 2006, she worked as Senior Legal Counsel for a publicly listed Company.
Steve began his career with Price Waterhouse Chartered Accountants. He joined JPR in 1996 as Management Accountant and has progressed through the roles of Chief Accountant, Company Secretary and Director. Steve’s expertise lies in financial and accounting management.
Chris Andersen has been JPR’s Electrical Installation Manager, Contracting since 2013. Chris’s career with JPR has spanned 26 years. During this time he has been involved in many industrial projects both in a hands-on capacity and in the last 7 years in a supervisory role. He is very familiar with both electrical and mechanical processes in various types of process plants including extensive experience in the water and wastewater industry.
Simon joined JPR in December 1999 as a graduate/management accountant. He left JPR in 2003 to work overseas. During his time in London he worked for Sungard Systems Ltd and the Westfield Group. Simon now oversees the Accounting and Finance function of JPR, including reporting, budgeting and cash flows.
Clayton joined JPR directly from QUT in 1986 and is responsible for design, contract administration and project management work covering a wide variety of subjects including PLC and SCADA software development and commissioning, industrial automation projects, municipal water and sewerage treatment and reticulation, overhead and underground electrical power reticulation for residential estates, control cubicles/switchboard and electrical circuit design.
Craig joined JPR in 1981 as an apprentice electrician, with his role evolving over the years to Site Supervisor, and to the position he currently holds as Chief Operations Officer.
Craig has over 30 years’ experience undertaking and managing electrical installations in Mining, Water and Industrial projects. He’s responsible for the overall management of all JPR’s electrical and reticulation projects and services including electrical switchboard and sheet metal manufacturing facilities. His technical knowledge and organisational skills support his approach to the integrated management of the diverse range of products and services that JPR provides.