Tom Curtis
Project Engineer Manager 
  Mr. Curtis is a Project Manager with more than 40 years of broad experience in design, construction, management and marketing of engineering projects, including over 30 years in South East Asia.

                                    Following an early career in bridge design and construction in Australia and Malaysia, Mr. Curtis specialised in marine and harbour engineering projects in Canada and South East Asia. He has been directly responsible for the planning and management of a variety of marine oriented projects including offshore structures, coal terminals, container terminals, general cargo, and barge transportation systems.  In particular, he was the manager responsible for the design and construction of the marine facilities for Kaltim Prima Coal (BP-CRA) in East Kalimantan, and two container terminals for the Indonesian Port Corporation in Surabaya, East Java.
                                                           
                                    Later his career expanded to providing engineering management for major mining projects in Indonesia, including a full feasibility study for the 7 MTPA Maruwai coal development in Kalimantan for BHP Billiton, a pre-feasibility study for a 40 MTPA coal mining, transportation and port project in South Sumatra and Bengkulu and a feasibility study for a similar 34 MTPA coal development in East Kalimantan.

                                    More recently Mr. Curtis was a team member of the Special Advisory Group to the Indonesia Port Corporation for the delivery of New Priok, the new $2½ billion hub port in Jakarta, and is currently providing marine expertise for IPC’s Eastern Ports Project.