Cat Gilbert, Spatial Analyst, GHD

Since graduating from RMIT seven years ago Cat has worked as a spatial consultant at GHD, in both Melbourne and Perth. She has led projects and applied her knowledge of spatial science across a range of discipline areas including; mining, environment, planning, power, transport and water. Most recently Cat has been working on the high profile Level Crossing Removal Project within the GHD/AECOM Joint Venture. Here she managed the mapping outputs, field teams, online mapping and spatial analysis across the different packages of work. Cat’s work on the Caulfield to Dandenong community engagement strategy was winner of the 2016 People and Community Victoria Spatial Excellence Award.


My Sessions

How interactive tools transformed Melbourne’s Level Crossing Removal Project


What will you learn: 1. Role of an interactive online tool in a broader major infrastructure project 2. What made a successful outcome 3. How the community and client felt about the use of this tool in a broader communication strategy 4. Challenges in implementation of this tool 5. Benefits of an easy off the […]

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