About TBH

Progress with confidence.

Partners in progress since 1965, TBH has a well-earned reputation for independent, objective, innovative and practical professional services. With in-house expertise we are ready to handle the diverse tasks of project management, planning and scheduling, claims and disputes, and cost management at any stage and can operate either as a complete project management solution, in association with other specialists, or as an integrated part of your team.

Free from affiliations with external agencies or companies, we provide completely independent advice with the highest ethical and professional standards to clients across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Oceania, the Middle East and Europe.

Our diverse client base includes:

  • Project owners
  • Builders and contractors
  • Financiers
  • Local, State and Federal Governments
  • Architects
  • Lawyers
  • Consulting engineers
  • Project managers
  • Developers
  • IT providers
  • Telecommunication organisations
  • Quantity surveyors
  • Specialist organisations
  • Banks

Vision and Values

We express the TBH vision and values in four simple statements that declare our purpose, our promise, our principles and our personality.

  • We strive to deliver undisputed project excellence and bring confidence to all stakeholders.
  • We promise to apply the experience and expertise required to every aspect of a project and to achieve success through attention to detail.
  • We respect the trust our clients place in us. We build and protect our reputation through performance, ethics and delivery.
  • We act professionally, are trustworthy, capable and task focused. We are contemporary, personable, smart and reliable.

Timeline

  • 1965

    Gerry Brunstrom, Richard Tracey and Robert Dudley (TBD) open an office in Perth to service a large US Navy contract for the new Harold Holt Communications Station.

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  • 1966

    As the Sydney Opera House takes shape, Peter Jobs moves from Seattle USA to establish a TBD office in Pitt Street Sydney.

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  • 1969

    Roy Hammond joins the company. Early projects include hospitals, high rise constructions and upgrades of the Sydney and Melbourne airports.

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  • 1970

    Peter Jobs returns to the US, and he and Gerry Brunstrom form the Olympic Engineering Corporation.

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  • 1976

    The Australian offices evolves separately into Tracey Brunstrom & Hammond (TBH), becoming a fully Australian owned company in 1976 with Roy Hammond as Managing Director.

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  • 1980

    TBH expands into Brisbane opening new offices on Coronation Drive and securing several
    construction management projects.
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  • 1990

    Our ACT office opens to deliver specialist services to government departments and organizations.

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  • 1999

    TBH cements its presence in Melbourne establishing a new office in 1999.

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  • 2005

    The resources boom creates massive demand for services in the west. TBH responds with a new
    office opening in Perth.

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  • 2008

    In August 2008 the TBH Capital Advisers joint venture is established to offer independent, infrastructure-focused financial modelling, feasibility analysis and financial advisory consulting services. TBH International and Confluence Joint Venture established. Singapore office established under TBH International and Confluence Joint Venture.

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  • 2010

    Middle East office established under TBH International and Confluence Joint Venture.

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  • 2012

    Well respected claims expert and Managing Director Phil Lee steps into the role of Chairman of the Board. Rob Hammond takes over as the new Managing Director leading an experienced and dynamic management team and board.

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  • 2013

    Confluence joins Faithful+Gould to become part of the Atkins Group.

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