Auckland Airport appoints new Chief Infrastructure Officer

Johnson Partners is delighted to have partnered with Auckland International Airport on the appointment of Susana Fueyo Suarez as Chief Infrastructure Officer as it ramps up its most significant upgrade in history, with major projects underway across transport, terminals and airfield.

With her extensive background in engineering and a distinguished career spanning 25 years, Susana brings a wealth of experience in leading complex infrastructure projects across the world in the aviation, transport, and defence sectors.

Recognised for her disciplined approach to project delivery leadership and strong track record in stakeholder management, Susana has successfully overseen major infrastructure projects such as the $10b North South Corridor in Adelaide, the $2.2b M80 Upgrade and the $1.28bn City Tulia Widening projects in Melbourne. Her experience also extends across defence and aviation, where she led the early works to develop and deliver the world’s first joint Civil and Military Air Traffic Management System controlling Australia’s air space.

In her new role, Susana will play a pivotal role in advancing the airport’s infrastructure agenda; with the aim of improving customer experiences and bolstering operational efficiencies.

Her appointment follows a rigorous international search. Many thanks to the Account Team – Peter Macauely, Natalie Stones, Erin Mitchell, Olivia Monks, Carmelina Portelli and Wendy Sole.

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