We are local property and infrastructure consultants.
We provide local Civil Engineering, Water Engineering, Landscape Architecture and Surveying services throughout the Gippsland, Casey and Cardinia regions. We also provide Town Planning, Urban Design, Electrical Engineering, Visual Media and Digital services as a part of our wider integrated offering. We have been delivering these specialist services to private and government sector clients in South East Melbourne and Gippsland for over a decade from our wider Victorian network and we are proud to now have a local presence.
What has always been fundamental to our business is the importance of being local to the communities in which we work. We have been operating out of our five regional Victorian offices delivering local services to our local communities for over 20 years. Our sustained local presence within our regions provides us with a unique understanding and appreciation of local development issues and the diverse range of community aspirations.
Our Managing Director, Mark Breuer, opened our Shepparton office in 2001. Local to the region, Mark built a team of local consultants that have gone on to make our Shepparton office the most successful Property and Infrastructure Consultancy in the Goulburn Valley Region. With many of our original staff still with the business, they are the forefront of the local industry as leaders in their specialised fields.
Our new Gippsland office, led by Nic Green, are local consultants who live in, and are an active part of the local community. Nic has long been part of Spiire’s diverse leadership team and has played an active role within the Regional Victorian property and water industry for over 12 years. As manager of Spiire’s Geelong office from 2018 until 2020, he enjoyed the management of multidiscipline teams, and bringing together the collective expertise to create great outcomes.
Having returned home to Gippsland in 2020, Nic is proud to be leading Spiire in the Gippsland region. Nic is passionate about Regional Victoria and working with other local likeminded landowners, developers, agencies and stakeholders to deliver Spiire’s industry recognised services to these regions to enhance the communities in which we live and work.
Spiire’s move to Gippsland was the subject of a recent article published in the Urban Developer. Click here to view article.
Our team will continue to forge strong relationships with local Governments and approval authorities including Bass Coast Shire Council, Baw Baw Shire Council, Latrobe City Council, South Gippsland Shire Council, Cardinia Shire Council, City of Casey, South Gippsland Water, Gippsland Water and South East Water. These connections assist us in delivering timely and cost-effective project outcomes for our valued clients.
We are also well connected with the local industry. These local relationships are a key part of how we work and the outcomes we achieve. We believe that partnerships are built on mutual trust and respect. It is by these principles we have carved ourselves out as leaders in the property and infrastructure industries. We are active members of the Committee for Gippsland, the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) and the Property Council of Australia (PCA). We believe that these connections are integral to delivering forward-thinking outcomes for our clients.
Our Gippsland team are supported by over 350 employees across our Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo, Shepparton, and Albury / Wodonga offices. As one of the Regional Victoria’s largest property and infrastructure consultancies, we have the capacity to successfully deliver local projects of significant scale and complexity.
We have, and will continue to, proudly contribute to our local community. A recent example of this is the Officer South Road Reconstruction; a challenging project which utilised the collective expertise of our diverse Engineering team to deliver excellent outcomes for the local community. This project not only involved the upgrade to 1500 meters of the existing unsealed road to a dual carriage way arterial with signalised intersections, but also integrated critical South East Water assets and Melbourne Water main drainage infrastructure. This project was delivered as part of the Arcadia Estate in Officer, in which our Civil Engineering and Water Engineering teams are collaborating to to deliver this masterplanned community in the Cardinia growth corridor.
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