About Integrated Analysis

Community consultation and liaison solutions for large infrastructure projects

Integrated Analysis specialises in developing and implementing community liaison solutions for infrastructure development. The company has specialised in servicing the infrastructure industry since it was founded in 1993.

Our experience

Our experience covers a wide range of large infrastructure projects including:

  • Transport
  • Roadways
  • Water
  • Waste
  • Mining
  • Land remediation

Click here for a list of infrastructure projects we have been involved with.

Our strengths

Our experience allows us to tailor each solution to meet the unique needs of the project. Our expertise means we can do this with greater foresight and effectiveness.

We develop a close relationship with clients who always have direct access to our two Principals during projects. We bring together the right team of experts for each project and demobilise them upon project completion.

Our Principals

Rowena Lennings

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Rowena founded Integrated Analysis in 1993. Her wealth of experience in major infrastructural projects makes her an industry leader. Many of Australia's blue chip companies have sought Rowena Lennings' strategic acumen in private/public partnerships, alliances and consortiums for major infrastructure projects.

John Murray

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John is an experienced manager who has been involved in a wide range of industries. His management and consulting experience includes:

  • Industrial Process and Control
  • Medical Technology
  • Allied health
  • Disability services
  • Real Estate
  • Charity fundraising
  • Infrastructure development/Transport/Rail
  • Community consultation and communication

John has strong expertise in the integration of technology with business processes to achieve highly-efficient flows of information internally and externally. This allows for the optimum use of accumulated data in organisations and leads to more informed decision making and a better understanding of stakeholder issues.

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