Despite difficulties in the UK in the early part of 2009, Opus expects to trade for the full 2009 year in line with market expectations. However, while New Zealand and Canada continue to perform strongly and ahead of last year, and Australia is only moderately weaker, the sharp contraction in the UK economy means that Opus will have a softer than expected (but still positive) first half to 30 June 2009.
The second Annual Meeting of Shareholders since Opus International Consultants was listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange was held today in Wellington. At the meeting Opus Chairman, Kerry McDonald and Managing Director, Kevin Thompson presented their respective reports on the past year.
The following Resolutions, which were put to shareholders at the meeting today, were passed by shareholders.
At today’s Annual Meeting global infrastructure services provider, Opus International Consultants’ Chairman, Kerry McDonald, said the Board was pleased with the year end results for 2008 and that the company had fared comparatively well given the global financial turmoil and depressed equity markets.
Opus International Consultants is pleased to announce the appointment of Ed Rafferty to the position of General Manager Business Development and David Jennings to the position of General Manager Technical.
Global infrastructure consultancy, Opus International Consultants, has appointed Dr David Prentice to lead its UK operations. In the UK, Opus employs 360 staff in 17 offices, which are spread throughout the country. The company also has 64 offices in Australia, Canada and New Zealand, employing in total 2563 people. Its head office is located in Wellington, New Zealand.
Opus International Consultants, New Zealand’s largest infrastructure consultancy, has reported another good year. For the year ended 31 December 2008, Revenue was $371.5 million, up 25.4 percent on the previous year and the Net Surplus after Tax was $17.5 million, up 23.4 percent.
Opus International Consultants announced today the appointment of two new Directors, Keith Watson and Fraser Whineray, both Auckland based businessmen who have considerable experience in international and customer focused businesses.
Infrastructure provider, Opus International Consultants has released its financial results for the six months ending 30 June 2008.
Opus International Consultants Ltd announced today that it has acquired Project Engineering Ltd, an engineering consultancy in Fredericton, New Brunswick, on the eastern seaboard of Canada.
The first Annual Meeting of Shareholders since Opus International Consultants was listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange was held today in Wellington.