MD, CEO, International Project Research Engineering & Management Services (STEM Resources Connect)
Tony has a degree in Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering (BE Chemical & Metallurgical) and a Master in Engineering (ME) from the University of Adelaide.
Tony has over 40 years of experience across mining, oil and gas, chemical and petrochemical, water and waste industries.
He has worked for CSIRO in R & D working for the CSIRO in Australia with a multi-year secondment to the Ministry of Technology in London where he was the team leader for the development and subsequent patenting of the first digital controller system.
He worked the USA for the Foxboro Company and Texas Instruments and was responsible for the initial negotiations for the first manufacturing JV between an American Multinational and the Chinese Government.
He has established and operated offices for American Multinationals in the Asia Pacific region countries including Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and PRC while working out of Singapore.
He has worked closely with American, Australian, Indian, Japanese and Chinese international contracting companies on projects in various roles around the world and recently on returning to Australia, he has been Project Manager and Project Director for a number of BHP Billiton Olympic Dam projects and other projects.
He is currently involved in developing a new “start-up” company, STEM RESOURCES CONNECT, a Global database for Senior, Experienced, and University qualified Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Resources who have retired voluntarily or have been made redundant because of their seniority and company “cost saving” and are available to execute short term Client defined “Scopes of Work” or provide graduate, undergraduate Mentoring services. STEM RESOURCES CONNECT supports the “Healthy Ageing” process for senior STEM Resources.
The Web Site is still in the development/start-up phase and is not fully operational but can be viewed – Senior STEM Resources can register their Skill Sets