Meet our people
  • SarahSecurity Compliance Coordinator

    No two days are ever the same for Sarah. You could find her working on maritime security compliance requirements, ensuring our vast CCTV network is operating at optimum capacity, working with colleagues to discover and employ new ways of undertaking the various tasks within the security team or liaising with the Port’s many different internal and external stakeholders. Sarah plays a key role in the Security team assisting to maintain the security and protection of the port’s infrastructure and assets and the provision of risk-based security services. She’s enjoying working on the continuous improvement of how security and protection services are delivered and the challenges around her role.

    Sarah has found that a flexible work arrangement helps her to balance her busy life as a working mum with an energetic little boy.

  • LalProject Manager

    Lal is passionate about challenging traditional methods to change the way we think about land reclamation. He leads the work on the award-winning Future Port Expansion area, which will provide a further 230 hectares of port land and increased quay line. With training and education in Norway, the Netherlands, Japan, Sri Lanka and Australia, Lal brings new perspectives and experiences. 

    Lal’s days are busy – you’ll often find him on site overseeing reclamation works and he loves getting home to spend time with his family, planning his next getaway or relaxing at a yoga class.

  • AzadehIT Manager

    Azadeh is a tech wizard, with highly developed analytical skills she uses to assist our teams with systems integration and process automation. Azadeh is passionate about ongoing learning and development and since starting as a Web Developer in 2005 she’s worked her way to become an IT Manager leading a team of professionals.

    Currently pursuing an MBA with the University of Queensland through the Port’s Study Assistance program, life is about to get even more exciting as she enters the world of parenthood.

  • NickGraduate Business Analyst

    As part of our ‘Think Tank’, Nick critically analyses current and future strategic and innovative opportunities.

    After pursuing his undergraduate degree in Business, majoring in Management & Marketing at QUT, Nick joined PBPL after graduation. A few months into his PBPL career, Nick is being mentored and coached by a team of industry experts and is enjoying the opportunities to work on significant projects to shape our future and his.

    Nick loves being in the outdoors swimming, fishing and kayaking and enjoys the Port Office’s impressive 360° views of the port and Moreton Bay.

  • LambertProject Manager

    When you ask Lambert what he loves doing, he’ll tell you it’s coming to work every day. With years of experience steering projects to completion he plays an important role in mentoring and encouraging our next generation of Engineers and Project Managers as they work on major projects including the Port Drive Upgrade.

    When he’s not on site he’s at home with his lovely wife and beloved dog.

  • SteffanySenior Manager Human Resources

    Whilst Steffany was completing a Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management), the opportunity came for her to join the Human Resources team as the Employee Relations Assistant. From there she has steered her career, at times stepping outside of her comfort zone to grasp growth opportunities to challenge herself which lead her to her current role leading the HR team.  Steffany has pursued a number of development opportunities both internally and externally and she attributes the growth of her career to the many wonderful mentors she has had the opportunity to connect with during her career, as well as the valuable and diverse ranges of experiences she has been afforded while at PBPL.

    During her time with PBPL, Steffany has also built on her technical HR expertise, undertaking a Master of Human Resource Management (Employee Relations). Steffany has found PBPL to be a place that continues to inspire and drive her passion as a HR professional, she loves the breadth and diversity of her role. She relishes the opportunity to collaborate and work across the organisation, seeking different views and perspectives to enable the achievement of great things.

  • MichaelSenior Environment Advisor

    Micheal is proud of his involvement in the award winning Offsite Stormwater Pilot project that is repairing nearly 1km of Laidley Creek’s badly eroding banks. With a view to reducing future sediment pollution and improving the quality of the Brisbane River at the Port, this is a long term project.

    Michael loves spending time with his wife and son and enjoyed taking some time off following his son’s birth. When his wife was returning to work Michael found a flexible work arrangement gave him the opportunity to balance work and looking after his son.