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Top 100 : 2011
32 ENGINEERS AUSTRALIA | JUNE 2011 COVER STORY -- TOP 100 Industry Taking a stroll through Kings Park in Perth are (l to r) Roy Krzywosinski, Robert Velletri, Susan Murphy and Alan Cransberg. PHOTO: MICHAEL BAIN Roy Krzywosinski, 51 Managing Director, Chevron Australia, Perth Electrical engineer, Michigan Technological University Appointed in 2008, Roy Krzywosinski is the managing direc- tor of Chevron Australia and head of the Australasia Strategic Business Unit, located in Perth, Western Australia. The Austral- asia Strategic Business Unit s role includes the oil production operation on Barrow and Thevenard Islands, interests in the North West Shelf Venture, and the development of the mega gas projects Gorgon and Wheatstone. The $43 billion Gorgon project is the biggest single re- source project in Australia and the largest resource project on Chevron s books. Robert Velletri, 53 Managing Director, Monadelphous Group, Perth Mechanical engineer, University of Western Australia Robert Velletri has brought Monadelphous Group through another year of growth, with its revenue for 2009/10 up 14% to $1.3 billion, and first half revenues for 2010/11 confirming the trend. Its employee count has also continued to grow to 5700 across Australian and Beijing offices. With regards to forward strategy, the company is aiming to grow its business in infrastructure, with Velletri establishing a stand-alone Infrastructure Division last July. It consolidates the company s activities in water, solid waste management and transmission pipelines.