As Chief Executive of Infrastructure SA, Jeremy has led development of the State’s first 20-year infrastructure strategy and is responsible for providing advice to the South Australian Government on infrastructure projects and prioritisation.
Jeremy currently participates in various advisory committees including the Consequence Management Group responsible for planning for the recovery from the 2019/20 bushfires and the Government Leadership Team in response to COVID-19, where he lead its Infrastructure Group. In 2019, Jeremy was also on the Community Advisory Panel for South Australia’s Regional Development Strategy.
Jeremy was previously General Manager, Commercial and Legal in the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure where he was responsible for building commercial capability within the department and managing the provision of legal and legislative services.
He also oversaw a number of strategic projects including the Future Mobility Lab Fund and was Chair of the Department’s Connected and Autonomous Vehicles Steering Committee. Within his portfolio, he also had responsibility for the Portfolio Management Office, Intergovernmental Relations, the Office of the Registrar General and the Office of the Valuer General.
Prior to this Jeremy worked in the Department for the Premier and Cabinet where he led the provision and delivery of major strategic commercial and legal services to facilitate the development and implementation of government projects.
Jeremy’s vast commercial and business experience comes from having worked in property development at Places Victoria for three years and in private equity CVC Capital Partners in London for nine years.