Leading professional management services business Johnstaff acquires Carramar Consulting

22 March 2019

The combined capabilities create the strongest health advisory team in Australia and New Zealand.

Johnstaff is delighted to announce its acquisition of Carramar Consulting on 21st February 2019. Johnstaff is a leading professional management services business operating nationally across Australia and New Zealand, and a significant provider of health advisory services. Carramar Consulting specialises in consulting and advisory services in the health, human services and aged care sectors and has a strong national footprint.

The integrated team will bring significant benefits to clients, creating the strongest health advisory team across Australia and New Zealand, with an expanded resource base and greater depth in health analytics and advisory – from strategic, stakeholder engagement, health service and facility planning and operational outcomes. The team has a unique endto-end offering and arguably the most comprehensive skillset in this niche health advisory area.

Johnstaff Chief Executive Officer Tim McCue said, “We are very pleased to welcome the Carramar health team to Johnstaff. We have worked alongside Carramar on several projects and we have a similar culture and approach to work and to client service – there is a great deal of alignment between our teams. With our expanded Advisory team, integrated resourcing profile and expertise, we are looking forward to continuing to help our clients get the best investment outcomes from their major business initiatives and social infrastructure projects, and to compete even more effectively in the specialist health advisory area.”

The integration of the 12-member Carramar Health team with the 200+ Johnstaff team will take place during the next few months. The expanded Advisory team will be led by Principal Sam Torres, with Principals Brody Atterby and Jane Yacopetti leading the National Health Strategy Development team and Tracey Ronald, Kelly Favaloro and Eugenie Finn as new Associate Directors.

Johnstaff has worked on many iconic projects in Australia and New Zealand – like Melbourne’s Federation Square, Sydney’s Northern Beaches Hospital, Monash University New Horizons Research Centre, Chatswood Education Precinct, Brisbane’s Herston Precinct, Queensland Reconstruction Authority, the National Disability Insurance Agency headquarters in Geelong, Sydney’s West Connex, Ararat Prison and Christchurch Hospital Outpatients.

Johnstaff’s Advisory engagements including partnering with the NSW Project Management team on the $740 million Liverpool Health & Academic Precinct, and with Star Casino and NSW Port Authority.




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