Why Clough?

Why Clough?

Because of our solid commitment to safety and sustainability, whilst optimising productivity and costs at every phase of a project.

Clough is an Australian engineering and construction company who provides project delivery solutions to:

  • Metals & Minerals industry
  • Infrastructure industry
  • Oil & Gas industry

Founded in 1919 in Perth, Western Australia, our operations have since expanded globally to Asia, Africa, PNG, UK, and North America.

We engineer, construct, commission, operate, and maintain facilities with a solid commitment to safety and sustainability, whilst optimising productivity and costs at every phase of a project.

Our organisational philosophy is represented through our ‘Pursuit of Excellence’, and is continually reflected in our culture, conduct, and performance.

Our Values

Our Values

Pursuit of Excellence is the philosophy that drives the Clough culture. It is the Clough Way.

This philosophy is at the core of our values system; values that both guide and align with corporate initiatives we have implemented to address industry challenges and help our clients achieve operational excellence.

Our values are:

Integrity: We act with honesty and integrity. We have the courage to do the right thing.

Productivity: We strive for superior productivity through excellence in project execution, cost efficiency, planning and discipline. Our aim is to become the industry performance leader in each sector we operate.

Innovation: We apply innovation to solve complex problems and adapt to the changing needs of our industry. We utilise leading edge technology, processes, systems and ideas to create and maintain a competitive advantage.

Performance: We take accountability for our performance and stretch ourselves to achieve our potential. We collaborate effectively to deliver business success.

Client Focus: We understand our clients’ needs and build strong win-win relationships that add real value to our clients’ operations.

Zero Harm: We work sustainably and keep each other safe. Our goal is Zero Harm to our people, the environment and the communities in which we work.

Our People

Our People

We believe our people are our best asset. Working with Clough gives you access to challenging projects and career opportunities locally and overseas, along with access to professional development through our various internal and external training programs.

If you are career-focused and passionate about engineering, construction or operations, we want to hear from you.

Diversity
Diversity

We believe diversity brings a broader range of perspectives, knowledge, ideas and experiences which create value for us and our customers.

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Diversity

We believe diversity brings a broader range of perspectives, knowledge, ideas and experiences which create value for us and our customers.

Our workforce consists of people from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds and skills. This diversity is what makes Clough a great place to work. We aim to attract, train and retain people who:

  • Live Clough’s values as their own,
  • Are highly capable, and
  • Have a desire to actively contribute to the success of the business.

Our focus on gender and cultural inclusiveness is ongoing. We deliver gender equality and aim to close the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous communities through numerous initiatives.

For a copy of our latest gender equality indicators report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, please click here.

Our Board
Our Board

Leading industry experts from around the globe.

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Our Board

Non-Executive Chairman

Henry Laas

Henry LaasHenry Laas is the Group Chief Executive of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) degree from the University of Pretoria and an MBA from the University of the Witwatersrand. He has extensive experience in the mineral resources and mining contracting sectors. In his ten years as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation (and its predecessor RUC Mining Contractors), he played an instrumental role in the expansion of the Cementation Mining Group’s global footprint. Henry joined the Clough Board in July 2011.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mining) MBA

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Peter Bennett

Peter Bennett was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the oil & gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.      
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and has implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies
  • Non-Executive Director of Australian Constructors Association (ACA)          

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mechanical)

Non-Executive Director

Daniël Grobler

Daniël Grobler joined the Group in 2010 and was appointed as Group Financial Director in April 2017.

He has been employed in various financial and leadership functions within the Group, most recently as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation, the Group’s African underground mining business.

Prior to that, he fulfilled financial positions including Chief Financial Officer: Underground Mining business platform and Group Corporate Finance Executive, where he engaged with the Group’s financial stakeholders.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • CA (SA)

Henry LaasHenry Laas is the Group Chief Executive of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) degree from the University of Pretoria and an MBA from the University of the Witwatersrand. He has extensive experience in the mineral resources and mining contracting sectors. In his ten years as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation (and its predecessor RUC Mining Contractors), he played an instrumental role in the expansion of the Cementation Mining Group’s global footprint. Henry joined the Clough Board in July 2011.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mining) MBA

Peter Bennett was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the oil & gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.      
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and has implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies
  • Non-Executive Director of Australian Constructors Association (ACA)          

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mechanical)

Daniël Grobler joined the Group in 2010 and was appointed as Group Financial Director in April 2017.

He has been employed in various financial and leadership functions within the Group, most recently as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation, the Group’s African underground mining business.

Prior to that, he fulfilled financial positions including Chief Financial Officer: Underground Mining business platform and Group Corporate Finance Executive, where he engaged with the Group’s financial stakeholders.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • CA (SA)

Non-Executive Director

Ian Henstock

Ian Henstock joined the Clough Board in January 2012. He is the Group Commercial Director of Murray & Roberts, and also serves on the Boards of Murray & Roberts Limited and Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited.

Prior to joining Murray & Roberts, Ian held a number of leadership roles in the financial sector.

He commenced his career with Ernst & Young as an articled clerk, and rose to the position of Executive Deputy Chairman, before joining Capital Partners as Executive Director. Following a period with Deloitte & Touche as Corporate Finance Managing Partner, he took the role of Chief Executive of Bridge Capital, growing that business into a successful niche investment banking firm. In 2004 he was approached by the ABSA Group to head up ABSA Merchant Bank and shortly thereafter was promoted to Deputy Managing Executive of ABSA Corporate & Merchant Bank, a position he held until 2006. At that point he transferred to ABSA Private Bank as Senior Executive: Strategic Wealth Management to create a private wealth capability in the Private Bank.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Compt (Hons) CTA CA(SA), HDip Tax Law MBA

Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and Executive Director

Rajiv Ratneser

Raj Ratneser is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.  
 
At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director. He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.
  
Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and leads the Group's global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions.  

Qualifications

  • B.Com, LLB 

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director

Richard Simons

Richard Simons commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Qualifications

  • B.Com 

Ian Henstock joined the Clough Board in January 2012. He is the Group Commercial Director of Murray & Roberts, and also serves on the Boards of Murray & Roberts Limited and Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited.

Prior to joining Murray & Roberts, Ian held a number of leadership roles in the financial sector.

He commenced his career with Ernst & Young as an articled clerk, and rose to the position of Executive Deputy Chairman, before joining Capital Partners as Executive Director. Following a period with Deloitte & Touche as Corporate Finance Managing Partner, he took the role of Chief Executive of Bridge Capital, growing that business into a successful niche investment banking firm. In 2004 he was approached by the ABSA Group to head up ABSA Merchant Bank and shortly thereafter was promoted to Deputy Managing Executive of ABSA Corporate & Merchant Bank, a position he held until 2006. At that point he transferred to ABSA Private Bank as Senior Executive: Strategic Wealth Management to create a private wealth capability in the Private Bank.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Compt (Hons) CTA CA(SA), HDip Tax Law MBA

Raj Ratneser is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.  
 
At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director. He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.
  
Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and leads the Group's global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions.  

Qualifications

  • B.Com, LLB 

Richard Simons commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Qualifications

  • B.Com 

Group General Counsel and Company Secretary

Christian Ainslie

Christian Ainslie is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil & gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil & gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Qualifications

  • LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD 

Christian Ainslie is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil & gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil & gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Qualifications

  • LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD 
Excoms
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Our executive management team

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Chief Executive Officer

Peter Bennett

Peter Bennett (B.Eng (Mechanical)), was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the Oil & Gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Chief Financial Officer

Richard Simons

Richard Simons (B.Com) commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy

Raj Ratneser

Raj Ratneser (B.Com, LLB), is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.

At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director.  He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.

Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy and leads the global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions of the group.  

Peter Bennett (B.Eng (Mechanical)), was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the Oil & Gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Richard Simons (B.Com) commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Raj Ratneser (B.Com, LLB), is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.

At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director.  He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.

Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy and leads the global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions of the group.  

Head of Human Resources

Lana King

Lana King (MHR & IR; BComm), joined Clough in 1998 and has held a variety of management roles across the Human Resources and Organisational Development division in both Perth and Melbourne. Lana was appointed as Clough’s Head of Human Resources in May 2016, and is responsible for developing and implementing Human Resources strategies and processes that support Clough’s growth and transformation strategy.

Lana completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Human Resources at the University of Western Australia and has 17 years’ experience in both the Resources and Professional Services industries. Lana has extensive experience and expertise in the delivery of Human Resources strategies that develop, retain and motivate geographically dispersed workforces. She specialises in the organisational development activities that support the development of our people and leads our change management process.   

Executive Vice President, Australia & Asia Pacific Operations

Philip Cave

Philip Cave (M.Eng (Civil), MBA, C.Eng, FICE, FIEAust, MIMarEst), joined Clough in 2014 and has 35 years of international construction leadership experience across the civil, marine, oil & gas, infrastructure, mining, power, nuclear and transport sectors, and education.

With a reputation for finding innovative solutions to complex project problems, Philip was employed as General Manager – Gorgon by Leighton in 2013, to implement change management on civil and jetty works.

Prior to joining Leighton, Philip spent 30 years with Kier Group, a London Stock Exchange-listed construction company. He held Operations and Managing Director positions with the organisation and prior to leaving was Managing Director of the Infrastructure and Overseas business.

He was also a member of the Executive Management Team, a Construction Division Board Executive Director and a Risk Committee member.

Philip has a Master of Engineering (Civil) from City University in London, and an MBA from Henley Management College in Reading. He is a professional engineer (and both a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of Engineers Australia), as well as a professional marine engineer.

Health Safety Security & Environment Manager - Corporate

Roberta Selleck

Roberta Selleck (BSc, Grad Dip Environment Impact Assessment, Education, OH​&S), is an HSSE professional with over 20 years’ experience in senior HSSE manager roles across the resource sector. She has held roles in the oil & gas and mining industries, both site and corporate based.

Roberta joined Clough in August 2013 in her current role to support the design, development and implementation of Clough’s HSSE improvement strategy. Significantly, this has included developing the Clough Major Accident Prevention Program to address high risk construction activities undertaken by Clough.

Prior to joining Clough, Roberta was the HSE Manager for the FMG Solomon Operational Readiness team which included the introduction of autonomous hauling strategy for mining at Solomon.

She has a Bachelor of Science along with Graduate Diplomas in Environmental Impact Assessment, Education, and Occupational Health and Safety.   

Lana King (MHR & IR; BComm), joined Clough in 1998 and has held a variety of management roles across the Human Resources and Organisational Development division in both Perth and Melbourne. Lana was appointed as Clough’s Head of Human Resources in May 2016, and is responsible for developing and implementing Human Resources strategies and processes that support Clough’s growth and transformation strategy.

Lana completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Human Resources at the University of Western Australia and has 17 years’ experience in both the Resources and Professional Services industries. Lana has extensive experience and expertise in the delivery of Human Resources strategies that develop, retain and motivate geographically dispersed workforces. She specialises in the organisational development activities that support the development of our people and leads our change management process.   

Philip Cave (M.Eng (Civil), MBA, C.Eng, FICE, FIEAust, MIMarEst), joined Clough in 2014 and has 35 years of international construction leadership experience across the civil, marine, oil & gas, infrastructure, mining, power, nuclear and transport sectors, and education.

With a reputation for finding innovative solutions to complex project problems, Philip was employed as General Manager – Gorgon by Leighton in 2013, to implement change management on civil and jetty works.

Prior to joining Leighton, Philip spent 30 years with Kier Group, a London Stock Exchange-listed construction company. He held Operations and Managing Director positions with the organisation and prior to leaving was Managing Director of the Infrastructure and Overseas business.

He was also a member of the Executive Management Team, a Construction Division Board Executive Director and a Risk Committee member.

Philip has a Master of Engineering (Civil) from City University in London, and an MBA from Henley Management College in Reading. He is a professional engineer (and both a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of Engineers Australia), as well as a professional marine engineer.

Roberta Selleck (BSc, Grad Dip Environment Impact Assessment, Education, OH​&S), is an HSSE professional with over 20 years’ experience in senior HSSE manager roles across the resource sector. She has held roles in the oil & gas and mining industries, both site and corporate based.

Roberta joined Clough in August 2013 in her current role to support the design, development and implementation of Clough’s HSSE improvement strategy. Significantly, this has included developing the Clough Major Accident Prevention Program to address high risk construction activities undertaken by Clough.

Prior to joining Clough, Roberta was the HSE Manager for the FMG Solomon Operational Readiness team which included the introduction of autonomous hauling strategy for mining at Solomon.

She has a Bachelor of Science along with Graduate Diplomas in Environmental Impact Assessment, Education, and Occupational Health and Safety.   

Group General Counsel & Company Secretary

Christian Ainslie

Christian Ainslie (LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD) is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil and gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil and gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Head of Commercial, Supply Chain and Risk

Robert Radici

Rob Radici (BEng (Civil), Grad Cert Bus Law, LLM), is a commercial and contracts professional with more than 20 years’ experience in building, major engineering and construction, and oil & gas. In his current role he is responsible for all commercial, supply chain and risk activities across the Clough Group including commercial input to proposals, managing claims, subcontract execution and management, insurance and corporate travel, as well as facilities and real estate management.

Rob was a Clough Scholar and originally started with Clough as a graduate engineer where he worked on projects in Australia and overseas in the building, hydrocarbons, and oil & gas divisions as well as in the corporate office. Rob re-joined Clough in June 2012 after successful contracts and commercial roles with Technip, Woodside and Buru Energy.

During his time at Clough, Rob has been heavily involved with the preparation and resolution of major project claims and formal dispute resolution across the Group. In addition to holding a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Rob holds a graduate certificate in business law and recently attained his Masters in Construction Law from Melbourne University. 

Christian Ainslie (LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD) is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil and gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil and gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Rob Radici (BEng (Civil), Grad Cert Bus Law, LLM), is a commercial and contracts professional with more than 20 years’ experience in building, major engineering and construction, and oil & gas. In his current role he is responsible for all commercial, supply chain and risk activities across the Clough Group including commercial input to proposals, managing claims, subcontract execution and management, insurance and corporate travel, as well as facilities and real estate management.

Rob was a Clough Scholar and originally started with Clough as a graduate engineer where he worked on projects in Australia and overseas in the building, hydrocarbons, and oil & gas divisions as well as in the corporate office. Rob re-joined Clough in June 2012 after successful contracts and commercial roles with Technip, Woodside and Buru Energy.

During his time at Clough, Rob has been heavily involved with the preparation and resolution of major project claims and formal dispute resolution across the Group. In addition to holding a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Rob holds a graduate certificate in business law and recently attained his Masters in Construction Law from Melbourne University. 

Diversity

We believe diversity brings a broader range of perspectives, knowledge, ideas and experiences which create value for us and our customers.

Our workforce consists of people from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds and skills. This diversity is what makes Clough a great place to work. We aim to attract, train and retain people who:

  • Live Clough’s values as their own,
  • Are highly capable, and
  • Have a desire to actively contribute to the success of the business.

Our focus on gender and cultural inclusiveness is ongoing. We deliver gender equality and aim to close the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous communities through numerous initiatives.

For a copy of our latest gender equality indicators report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, please click here.

Our Board

Non-Executive Chairman

Henry Laas

Henry LaasHenry Laas is the Group Chief Executive of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) degree from the University of Pretoria and an MBA from the University of the Witwatersrand. He has extensive experience in the mineral resources and mining contracting sectors. In his ten years as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation (and its predecessor RUC Mining Contractors), he played an instrumental role in the expansion of the Cementation Mining Group’s global footprint. Henry joined the Clough Board in July 2011.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mining) MBA

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Peter Bennett

Peter Bennett was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the oil & gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.      
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and has implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies
  • Non-Executive Director of Australian Constructors Association (ACA)          

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mechanical)

Non-Executive Director

Daniël Grobler

Daniël Grobler joined the Group in 2010 and was appointed as Group Financial Director in April 2017.

He has been employed in various financial and leadership functions within the Group, most recently as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation, the Group’s African underground mining business.

Prior to that, he fulfilled financial positions including Chief Financial Officer: Underground Mining business platform and Group Corporate Finance Executive, where he engaged with the Group’s financial stakeholders.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • CA (SA)

Henry LaasHenry Laas is the Group Chief Executive of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) degree from the University of Pretoria and an MBA from the University of the Witwatersrand. He has extensive experience in the mineral resources and mining contracting sectors. In his ten years as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation (and its predecessor RUC Mining Contractors), he played an instrumental role in the expansion of the Cementation Mining Group’s global footprint. Henry joined the Clough Board in July 2011.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mining) MBA

Peter Bennett was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the oil & gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.      
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and has implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies
  • Non-Executive Director of Australian Constructors Association (ACA)          

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mechanical)

Daniël Grobler joined the Group in 2010 and was appointed as Group Financial Director in April 2017.

He has been employed in various financial and leadership functions within the Group, most recently as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation, the Group’s African underground mining business.

Prior to that, he fulfilled financial positions including Chief Financial Officer: Underground Mining business platform and Group Corporate Finance Executive, where he engaged with the Group’s financial stakeholders.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • CA (SA)

Non-Executive Director

Ian Henstock

Ian Henstock joined the Clough Board in January 2012. He is the Group Commercial Director of Murray & Roberts, and also serves on the Boards of Murray & Roberts Limited and Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited.

Prior to joining Murray & Roberts, Ian held a number of leadership roles in the financial sector.

He commenced his career with Ernst & Young as an articled clerk, and rose to the position of Executive Deputy Chairman, before joining Capital Partners as Executive Director. Following a period with Deloitte & Touche as Corporate Finance Managing Partner, he took the role of Chief Executive of Bridge Capital, growing that business into a successful niche investment banking firm. In 2004 he was approached by the ABSA Group to head up ABSA Merchant Bank and shortly thereafter was promoted to Deputy Managing Executive of ABSA Corporate & Merchant Bank, a position he held until 2006. At that point he transferred to ABSA Private Bank as Senior Executive: Strategic Wealth Management to create a private wealth capability in the Private Bank.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Compt (Hons) CTA CA(SA), HDip Tax Law MBA

Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and Executive Director

Rajiv Ratneser

Raj Ratneser is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.  
 
At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director. He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.
  
Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and leads the Group's global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions.  

Qualifications

  • B.Com, LLB 

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director

Richard Simons

Richard Simons commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Qualifications

  • B.Com 

Ian Henstock joined the Clough Board in January 2012. He is the Group Commercial Director of Murray & Roberts, and also serves on the Boards of Murray & Roberts Limited and Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited.

Prior to joining Murray & Roberts, Ian held a number of leadership roles in the financial sector.

He commenced his career with Ernst & Young as an articled clerk, and rose to the position of Executive Deputy Chairman, before joining Capital Partners as Executive Director. Following a period with Deloitte & Touche as Corporate Finance Managing Partner, he took the role of Chief Executive of Bridge Capital, growing that business into a successful niche investment banking firm. In 2004 he was approached by the ABSA Group to head up ABSA Merchant Bank and shortly thereafter was promoted to Deputy Managing Executive of ABSA Corporate & Merchant Bank, a position he held until 2006. At that point he transferred to ABSA Private Bank as Senior Executive: Strategic Wealth Management to create a private wealth capability in the Private Bank.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Compt (Hons) CTA CA(SA), HDip Tax Law MBA

Raj Ratneser is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.  
 
At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director. He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.
  
Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and leads the Group's global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions.  

Qualifications

  • B.Com, LLB 

Richard Simons commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Qualifications

  • B.Com 

Group General Counsel and Company Secretary

Christian Ainslie

Christian Ainslie is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil & gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil & gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Qualifications

  • LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD 

Christian Ainslie is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil & gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil & gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Qualifications

  • LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD 
Excoms

Chief Executive Officer

Peter Bennett

Peter Bennett (B.Eng (Mechanical)), was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the Oil & Gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Chief Financial Officer

Richard Simons

Richard Simons (B.Com) commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy

Raj Ratneser

Raj Ratneser (B.Com, LLB), is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.

At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director.  He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.

Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy and leads the global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions of the group.  

Peter Bennett (B.Eng (Mechanical)), was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the Oil & Gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Richard Simons (B.Com) commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Raj Ratneser (B.Com, LLB), is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.

At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director.  He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.

Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy and leads the global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions of the group.  

Head of Human Resources

Lana King

Lana King (MHR & IR; BComm), joined Clough in 1998 and has held a variety of management roles across the Human Resources and Organisational Development division in both Perth and Melbourne. Lana was appointed as Clough’s Head of Human Resources in May 2016, and is responsible for developing and implementing Human Resources strategies and processes that support Clough’s growth and transformation strategy.

Lana completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Human Resources at the University of Western Australia and has 17 years’ experience in both the Resources and Professional Services industries. Lana has extensive experience and expertise in the delivery of Human Resources strategies that develop, retain and motivate geographically dispersed workforces. She specialises in the organisational development activities that support the development of our people and leads our change management process.   

Executive Vice President, Australia & Asia Pacific Operations

Philip Cave

Philip Cave (M.Eng (Civil), MBA, C.Eng, FICE, FIEAust, MIMarEst), joined Clough in 2014 and has 35 years of international construction leadership experience across the civil, marine, oil & gas, infrastructure, mining, power, nuclear and transport sectors, and education.

With a reputation for finding innovative solutions to complex project problems, Philip was employed as General Manager – Gorgon by Leighton in 2013, to implement change management on civil and jetty works.

Prior to joining Leighton, Philip spent 30 years with Kier Group, a London Stock Exchange-listed construction company. He held Operations and Managing Director positions with the organisation and prior to leaving was Managing Director of the Infrastructure and Overseas business.

He was also a member of the Executive Management Team, a Construction Division Board Executive Director and a Risk Committee member.

Philip has a Master of Engineering (Civil) from City University in London, and an MBA from Henley Management College in Reading. He is a professional engineer (and both a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of Engineers Australia), as well as a professional marine engineer.

Health Safety Security & Environment Manager - Corporate

Roberta Selleck

Roberta Selleck (BSc, Grad Dip Environment Impact Assessment, Education, OH​&S), is an HSSE professional with over 20 years’ experience in senior HSSE manager roles across the resource sector. She has held roles in the oil & gas and mining industries, both site and corporate based.

Roberta joined Clough in August 2013 in her current role to support the design, development and implementation of Clough’s HSSE improvement strategy. Significantly, this has included developing the Clough Major Accident Prevention Program to address high risk construction activities undertaken by Clough.

Prior to joining Clough, Roberta was the HSE Manager for the FMG Solomon Operational Readiness team which included the introduction of autonomous hauling strategy for mining at Solomon.

She has a Bachelor of Science along with Graduate Diplomas in Environmental Impact Assessment, Education, and Occupational Health and Safety.   

Lana King (MHR & IR; BComm), joined Clough in 1998 and has held a variety of management roles across the Human Resources and Organisational Development division in both Perth and Melbourne. Lana was appointed as Clough’s Head of Human Resources in May 2016, and is responsible for developing and implementing Human Resources strategies and processes that support Clough’s growth and transformation strategy.

Lana completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Human Resources at the University of Western Australia and has 17 years’ experience in both the Resources and Professional Services industries. Lana has extensive experience and expertise in the delivery of Human Resources strategies that develop, retain and motivate geographically dispersed workforces. She specialises in the organisational development activities that support the development of our people and leads our change management process.   

Philip Cave (M.Eng (Civil), MBA, C.Eng, FICE, FIEAust, MIMarEst), joined Clough in 2014 and has 35 years of international construction leadership experience across the civil, marine, oil & gas, infrastructure, mining, power, nuclear and transport sectors, and education.

With a reputation for finding innovative solutions to complex project problems, Philip was employed as General Manager – Gorgon by Leighton in 2013, to implement change management on civil and jetty works.

Prior to joining Leighton, Philip spent 30 years with Kier Group, a London Stock Exchange-listed construction company. He held Operations and Managing Director positions with the organisation and prior to leaving was Managing Director of the Infrastructure and Overseas business.

He was also a member of the Executive Management Team, a Construction Division Board Executive Director and a Risk Committee member.

Philip has a Master of Engineering (Civil) from City University in London, and an MBA from Henley Management College in Reading. He is a professional engineer (and both a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of Engineers Australia), as well as a professional marine engineer.

Roberta Selleck (BSc, Grad Dip Environment Impact Assessment, Education, OH​&S), is an HSSE professional with over 20 years’ experience in senior HSSE manager roles across the resource sector. She has held roles in the oil & gas and mining industries, both site and corporate based.

Roberta joined Clough in August 2013 in her current role to support the design, development and implementation of Clough’s HSSE improvement strategy. Significantly, this has included developing the Clough Major Accident Prevention Program to address high risk construction activities undertaken by Clough.

Prior to joining Clough, Roberta was the HSE Manager for the FMG Solomon Operational Readiness team which included the introduction of autonomous hauling strategy for mining at Solomon.

She has a Bachelor of Science along with Graduate Diplomas in Environmental Impact Assessment, Education, and Occupational Health and Safety.   

Group General Counsel & Company Secretary

Christian Ainslie

Christian Ainslie (LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD) is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil and gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil and gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Head of Commercial, Supply Chain and Risk

Robert Radici

Rob Radici (BEng (Civil), Grad Cert Bus Law, LLM), is a commercial and contracts professional with more than 20 years’ experience in building, major engineering and construction, and oil & gas. In his current role he is responsible for all commercial, supply chain and risk activities across the Clough Group including commercial input to proposals, managing claims, subcontract execution and management, insurance and corporate travel, as well as facilities and real estate management.

Rob was a Clough Scholar and originally started with Clough as a graduate engineer where he worked on projects in Australia and overseas in the building, hydrocarbons, and oil & gas divisions as well as in the corporate office. Rob re-joined Clough in June 2012 after successful contracts and commercial roles with Technip, Woodside and Buru Energy.

During his time at Clough, Rob has been heavily involved with the preparation and resolution of major project claims and formal dispute resolution across the Group. In addition to holding a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Rob holds a graduate certificate in business law and recently attained his Masters in Construction Law from Melbourne University. 

Christian Ainslie (LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD) is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil and gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil and gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Rob Radici (BEng (Civil), Grad Cert Bus Law, LLM), is a commercial and contracts professional with more than 20 years’ experience in building, major engineering and construction, and oil & gas. In his current role he is responsible for all commercial, supply chain and risk activities across the Clough Group including commercial input to proposals, managing claims, subcontract execution and management, insurance and corporate travel, as well as facilities and real estate management.

Rob was a Clough Scholar and originally started with Clough as a graduate engineer where he worked on projects in Australia and overseas in the building, hydrocarbons, and oil & gas divisions as well as in the corporate office. Rob re-joined Clough in June 2012 after successful contracts and commercial roles with Technip, Woodside and Buru Energy.

During his time at Clough, Rob has been heavily involved with the preparation and resolution of major project claims and formal dispute resolution across the Group. In addition to holding a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Rob holds a graduate certificate in business law and recently attained his Masters in Construction Law from Melbourne University. 

Our History

Clough was founded in 1919 by John Oswald Clough.

From inception through to the 1950s, Clough forged a reputation as a quality construction company in its development of schools, residential and commercial properties throughout Perth. In the 50s, Clough would diversify its services to include civil and engineering contracting. Diversification was again the order of the day in the 60s, as Clough entered and embraced the Metals & Minerals and Oil & Gas industries. Today, Clough works with many of the world’s largest companies to provide engineering, construction, commissioning and asset support services for some of the largest, and most challenging resource projects around the globe.

2017

The Wartsila Clough Consortium is awarded an EPC contract for POM Power Station in Papua New Guinea

Additionally ...

The Clough SUEZ Water Partners JV is awarded with EPC contract to expand Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Perth’s northern suburbs.

Clough AMEC is awarded a five year maintenance services contract to partner with Yara International ASA in Karratha, Western Australia.

Clough is awarded the contract for the upgrade and refurbishment of the existing intake tower and outlet structures at Mundaring Weir, Western Australia.

2016

Clough AMEC secures the brownfield services contract renewal for ConocoPhillips Bayu-Undan offshore facilities

Additionally ...

Clough is selected as part of the engineering panel to deliver multi-disciplinary engineering services to Woodside.

Clough is awarded contracts for hook-up services on the Ichthys LNG Project for both the Central Processing Facility and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading facility.

The Ichthys LNG Project Central Processing Facility (CPF) project commences with mobilisation of engineering and technical teams to the SHI fabrication yard located in Geoje, Korea before moving offshore in the Browse Basin, 200 km off the northern coastline of Western Australia.

2015

Clough acquires Canadian engineering company Enercore

2014

Clough acquires EC&I engineering firm Booth Welsh

Additionally ...

Clough acquires CH-IV, consultants to LNG asset developers, regulators and facility owners, operators and lenders.

Clough AMEC is awarded the Arrow Upstream FEED project in Queensland.

Anderson Point AP5 Facility. Construction of 5th iron ore loading berth for FMG. The works include the design and construction of a 306-metre long wharf extension, seven berthing dolphins, and the supply and installation of wharf conveyor modules.

2013

M&R acquires all minority shares in Clough and Clough delists from ASX

Additionally ...

Clough Coens JV is established in Korea

Clough acquires e2o

2012

BAM Clough expands four-fold when awarded the Chevron Wheatstone Jetty and INPEX Ichthys Jetty and Module Offloading Facility contracts

Additionally ...

Ichthys LNG IPMS contract is awarded - JV with DORIS

Chevron award Clough the Wheatstone Hook-up and Commissioning Contract

BAM Clough is awarded the contract to design and construct the Product Loading Facility (PLF) and Tug Berths associated with the Wheatstone Project LNG Plant near Onslow in Western Australia

2011

EPC contract for CSBP for Amonium Nitrate plant in Kwinana

Additionally ...

Gladstone LNG project Santos. Build more than 400 kilometres of gas and water transmission pipelines, and two compression facilities, as well as an 800 person camp. 420 kilometre underground pipe, to a two-train LNG plant on Curtis Island

K128 GLNG. Enter CSG sector. Engineering services to coal seam gas including multiple projects (on-going), studies and concept, FEED, detailed design, commissioning and compression, dehydration and flare transmission

2010

BAM Clough is awarded the ExxonMobil PNG LNG Jetty Project

2009

Chevron awards the Kellogg Joint Venture the EPCM contract for Australia’s largest ever resource project, The Gorgon Project.

Additionally ...

Clough is awarded a contract by PTTEP Australasia for the installation of the offshore facilities for the Montara Field Development, located approximately 690 km west of Darwin in the Timor Sea. The scope of work is for the transportation and installation of the Montara wellhead platform deck, the mooring buoy with nine associated mooring legs, approximately 26 km of infield pipelines, and the 100 Swift subsea manifold

Clough receives two major awards for ExxonMobil’s PNG LNG project: The Hides Gas Conditioning Plant and the Upstream Infrastructure scopes

Clough Diversified and Maunsell AECOM JV are awarded the design and construction of Toowoomba Pipeline, Queensland

 

2008

Clough AMEC secures the brownfield services contract renewal for ConocoPhillips Bayu-Undan offshore facilities.

Additionally ...

Clough AMEC is awarded the maintenance contract for Chevron’s Barrow Island Facilities

 

2007

Clough family sells remaining shareholding

Additionally ...

Woodside awards BAM Clough the Pluto LNG Jetty project

Harold Clough steps down as Chairman after nearly 50 years at the helm of Clough

2005

Clough, in joint venture with Aker and Murray & Roberts, is awarded the EPCM contract for Newmont’s Boddington Gold Mine

Additionally ...

Woodside awards the Train V Jetty project to BAM Clough

2004

Clough AMEC is established

Additionally ...

Clough AMEC is awarded the ConocoPhillips Bayu-Undan Operations and Maintenance contract.

Murray & Roberts become a major shareholder.

2003

Clough is awarded the design, construction and commissioning of the Boroo gold processing plant in Mongolia, approximately 110 km north of the capital city, Ulaan Baatar

2002

InterOil awards Clough Niugini the contract to build Papua New Guinea’s first oil refinery

Additionally ...

Origin Energy awards the EPIC contract for the BassGas Project to Clough in Victoria

2001

Woodside awards the EPCM services for the North West Shelf Train IV expansion to the Kellogg JV (Clough, KBR, JGC and Hatch)

1998

Clough lists on the ASX

Clough lists on the ASX

1997

Clough Sandwell JV is awarded the EPC contract for the upgrade of Hamersley Iron’s Port Facilities

1996

Baulderstone Clough JV wins the Graham Farmer Freeway Project, the largest underground tunnel in Australia and WA’s first major underground tunnel at the time

Baulderstone Clough JV wins the Graham Farmer Freeway Project, the largest underground tunnel in Aus...

1995

The Clough Sandwell JV undertakes the detailed design, procurement, construction and commissioning contract for the major upgrade of Hamersley Iron’s Parker Point and East Intercourse Island iron ore port handling and shiploading facilities

1994

Clough is awarded the Apache East Spar Project, which later wins Australia’s top Engineering honour, the Sir William Hudson Award

1993

Clough completes the design and construction of a new crushing and screening facility for Hamersley Iron’s Marandoo operations, near Tom Price in the Pilbara region of Western Australia

Additionally ...

Clough’s activities at BHP Jimblebar Iron Ore facility include the establishment of all minesite infrastructure as well as the construction and operation of two crushing and screening plants designed to produce four different products in sufficient quantities to achieve trainloading of 120,000 tonnes per week.

Between 1991-1993 Clough, through Petrosea, fufills a contract for the Phase 1 and 2 of a major turnkey gas field development project on Pagerungan Besar Island, near Bali

1990

Clough’s operations number 4,000 people in Australia, PNG, UK, Asia, Africa

Additionally ...

Clough is awarded a contract for the fabrication of the Goodwyn 'A' accommodation and utilities modules for Stage 3 of the North West Shelf Gas Development project in Western Australia

1989

Clough builds the Tanjung Bara Coal Terminal and mine site infrastructure

Additionally ...

Clough Niugini is established in Papua New Guinea

1988

Clough undertakes the complete engineering, procurement and construction of the Kwinana liquid petroleum gas (LPG) plant for Wesfarmers LPG

1985

Harbourworks Clough constructs Australia’s first LNG and Condensate Jetty for Woodside’s North West Shelf

1984

Clough expands into Asia via an Indonesian-based engineering company operating in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Hong Kong

1983

Harbourworks Clough JV constructs Australia’s first LNG and Condensate Jetty for Woodside North West Shelf

1982

Clough, in joint venture with Harbourworks of the Netherlands, is awarded a turnkey design and construct contract for the installation of a shipping terminal to support the Cooper Basin oil production operations for Santos at Stony Point in South Australia

1981

Clough, in joint venture with FCB of France is awarded the turnkey design, construction and commissioning contract for the paste plant for the new Tomago Aluminium Smelter

Additionally ...

Woodside North Rankin A  is the first Woodside project awarded to Clough

1979

Clough JV constructs Australia’s first LNG and Condensate Jetty for Woodside North West Shelf

Clough JV constructs Australia’s first LNG and Condensate Jetty for Woodside North West Shelf

1975

Clough is awarded the upgrade of water supply for the iron ore mining community of Paraburdoo, Western Australia

Additionally ...

Clough is awarded the design, construction and commissioning services for the new Swan Brewery in Canning Vale, Western Australia. The project includes a wastewater treatment plant and a solar centaur diesel fuelled gas turbine generator

1972

Clough is awarded the construction of Stirling Bridge, a 450m, seven-span, twin spine pre-stressed concrete bridge over the Swan River at Fremantle.

The project features sophisticated falsework and required unit handling equipment to support the 292 x 50 tonne segments of the structure

1970

Clough expands internationally, entering Indonesia

Additionally ...

Robe River Iron Associates, biggest resource marine facility and the highest jetty anywhere with the height of a six-storey building above sea level at low tide

Operations are established in Queensland. Clough, in joint venture with Thiess and Evans Deakin, successfully completed a major project to construct civil works for a hydroelectric storage and pumping station at Wivenhoe, Queensland

1966

WAPET award Clough its first oil and gas project, the Barrow Island Oilfield Development, setting the tone for Clough’s future

1965

Harbourworks Clough are awarded the materials-handling facility for Hamersley Iron in Parker Point, Western Australia

1964

The Harbourworks Clough Joint Venture is formed (today BAM Clough)

1963

Clough is awarded construction of gravity concrete abutments and reinforced concrete piers to support twenty steel radial gates in order to control flooding at the Ord River diversion dam in Kununurra, Western Australia

1957

Clough is awarded its first major civil project, the Narrows Bridge in Perth, Western Australia

Clough is awarded its first major civil project, the Narrows Bridge in Perth, Western Australia

1955

Clough is awarded the construction of Perth’s first high rise – The National Mutual Building

1954

Harold Clough joins his father’s business

1950

Between 1919 and 1950

Clough earns the reputation as a quality builder, constructing schools, residential and commercial buildings across Western Australia

1919

Clough is established by John Oswald Clough

Our Projects

Our Locations

Our Locations

Clough operations span four key regions and multiple international subsidiaries and partnerships to form a global network of operating centres that bring together highly specialised technical services with high value engineering centres.

Clough operations locations
America
America
Europe, Africa & Middle East
Europe, Africa & Middle East
Asia & Australia
Asia & Australia
Europe, Africa & the Middle East
Europe, Africa & the Middle East

Why Clough?

Because of our solid commitment to safety and sustainability, whilst optimising productivity and costs at every phase of a project.

Clough is an Australian engineering and construction company who provides project delivery solutions to:

  • Metals & Minerals industry
  • Infrastructure industry
  • Oil & Gas industry

Founded in 1919 in Perth, Western Australia, our operations have since expanded globally to Asia, Africa, PNG, UK, and North America.

We engineer, construct, commission, operate, and maintain facilities with a solid commitment to safety and sustainability, whilst optimising productivity and costs at every phase of a project.

Our organisational philosophy is represented through our ‘Pursuit of Excellence’, and is continually reflected in our culture, conduct, and performance.

Our Values

Pursuit of Excellence is the philosophy that drives the Clough culture. It is the Clough Way.

This philosophy is at the core of our values system; values that both guide and align with corporate initiatives we have implemented to address industry challenges and help our clients achieve operational excellence.

Our values are:

Integrity: We act with honesty and integrity. We have the courage to do the right thing.

Productivity: We strive for superior productivity through excellence in project execution, cost efficiency, planning and discipline. Our aim is to become the industry performance leader in each sector we operate.

Innovation: We apply innovation to solve complex problems and adapt to the changing needs of our industry. We utilise leading edge technology, processes, systems and ideas to create and maintain a competitive advantage.

Performance: We take accountability for our performance and stretch ourselves to achieve our potential. We collaborate effectively to deliver business success.

Client Focus: We understand our clients’ needs and build strong win-win relationships that add real value to our clients’ operations.

Zero Harm: We work sustainably and keep each other safe. Our goal is Zero Harm to our people, the environment and the communities in which we work.

Our People

We believe our people are our best asset. Working with Clough gives you access to challenging projects and career opportunities locally and overseas, along with access to professional development through our various internal and external training programs.

If you are career-focused and passionate about engineering, construction or operations, we want to hear from you.

Diversity
Diversity

We believe diversity brings a broader range of perspectives, knowledge, ideas and experiences which create value for us and our customers.

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Diversity

We believe diversity brings a broader range of perspectives, knowledge, ideas and experiences which create value for us and our customers.

Our workforce consists of people from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds and skills. This diversity is what makes Clough a great place to work. We aim to attract, train and retain people who:

  • Live Clough’s values as their own,
  • Are highly capable, and
  • Have a desire to actively contribute to the success of the business.

Our focus on gender and cultural inclusiveness is ongoing. We deliver gender equality and aim to close the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous communities through numerous initiatives.

For a copy of our latest gender equality indicators report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, please click here.

Our Board
Our Board

Leading industry experts from around the globe.

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Our Board

Non-Executive Chairman

Henry Laas

Henry LaasHenry Laas is the Group Chief Executive of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) degree from the University of Pretoria and an MBA from the University of the Witwatersrand. He has extensive experience in the mineral resources and mining contracting sectors. In his ten years as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation (and its predecessor RUC Mining Contractors), he played an instrumental role in the expansion of the Cementation Mining Group’s global footprint. Henry joined the Clough Board in July 2011.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mining) MBA

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Peter Bennett

Peter Bennett was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the oil & gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.      
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and has implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies
  • Non-Executive Director of Australian Constructors Association (ACA)          

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mechanical)

Non-Executive Director

Daniël Grobler

Daniël Grobler joined the Group in 2010 and was appointed as Group Financial Director in April 2017.

He has been employed in various financial and leadership functions within the Group, most recently as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation, the Group’s African underground mining business.

Prior to that, he fulfilled financial positions including Chief Financial Officer: Underground Mining business platform and Group Corporate Finance Executive, where he engaged with the Group’s financial stakeholders.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • CA (SA)

Henry LaasHenry Laas is the Group Chief Executive of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) degree from the University of Pretoria and an MBA from the University of the Witwatersrand. He has extensive experience in the mineral resources and mining contracting sectors. In his ten years as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation (and its predecessor RUC Mining Contractors), he played an instrumental role in the expansion of the Cementation Mining Group’s global footprint. Henry joined the Clough Board in July 2011.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mining) MBA

Peter Bennett was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the oil & gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.      
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and has implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies
  • Non-Executive Director of Australian Constructors Association (ACA)          

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mechanical)

Daniël Grobler joined the Group in 2010 and was appointed as Group Financial Director in April 2017.

He has been employed in various financial and leadership functions within the Group, most recently as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation, the Group’s African underground mining business.

Prior to that, he fulfilled financial positions including Chief Financial Officer: Underground Mining business platform and Group Corporate Finance Executive, where he engaged with the Group’s financial stakeholders.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • CA (SA)

Non-Executive Director

Ian Henstock

Ian Henstock joined the Clough Board in January 2012. He is the Group Commercial Director of Murray & Roberts, and also serves on the Boards of Murray & Roberts Limited and Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited.

Prior to joining Murray & Roberts, Ian held a number of leadership roles in the financial sector.

He commenced his career with Ernst & Young as an articled clerk, and rose to the position of Executive Deputy Chairman, before joining Capital Partners as Executive Director. Following a period with Deloitte & Touche as Corporate Finance Managing Partner, he took the role of Chief Executive of Bridge Capital, growing that business into a successful niche investment banking firm. In 2004 he was approached by the ABSA Group to head up ABSA Merchant Bank and shortly thereafter was promoted to Deputy Managing Executive of ABSA Corporate & Merchant Bank, a position he held until 2006. At that point he transferred to ABSA Private Bank as Senior Executive: Strategic Wealth Management to create a private wealth capability in the Private Bank.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Compt (Hons) CTA CA(SA), HDip Tax Law MBA

Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and Executive Director

Rajiv Ratneser

Raj Ratneser is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.  
 
At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director. He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.
  
Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and leads the Group's global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions.  

Qualifications

  • B.Com, LLB 

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director

Richard Simons

Richard Simons commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Qualifications

  • B.Com 

Ian Henstock joined the Clough Board in January 2012. He is the Group Commercial Director of Murray & Roberts, and also serves on the Boards of Murray & Roberts Limited and Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited.

Prior to joining Murray & Roberts, Ian held a number of leadership roles in the financial sector.

He commenced his career with Ernst & Young as an articled clerk, and rose to the position of Executive Deputy Chairman, before joining Capital Partners as Executive Director. Following a period with Deloitte & Touche as Corporate Finance Managing Partner, he took the role of Chief Executive of Bridge Capital, growing that business into a successful niche investment banking firm. In 2004 he was approached by the ABSA Group to head up ABSA Merchant Bank and shortly thereafter was promoted to Deputy Managing Executive of ABSA Corporate & Merchant Bank, a position he held until 2006. At that point he transferred to ABSA Private Bank as Senior Executive: Strategic Wealth Management to create a private wealth capability in the Private Bank.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Compt (Hons) CTA CA(SA), HDip Tax Law MBA

Raj Ratneser is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.  
 
At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director. He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.
  
Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and leads the Group's global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions.  

Qualifications

  • B.Com, LLB 

Richard Simons commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Qualifications

  • B.Com 

Group General Counsel and Company Secretary

Christian Ainslie

Christian Ainslie is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil & gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil & gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Qualifications

  • LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD 

Christian Ainslie is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil & gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil & gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Qualifications

  • LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD 
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Chief Executive Officer

Peter Bennett

Peter Bennett (B.Eng (Mechanical)), was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the Oil & Gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Chief Financial Officer

Richard Simons

Richard Simons (B.Com) commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy

Raj Ratneser

Raj Ratneser (B.Com, LLB), is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.

At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director.  He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.

Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy and leads the global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions of the group.  

Peter Bennett (B.Eng (Mechanical)), was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the Oil & Gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Richard Simons (B.Com) commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Raj Ratneser (B.Com, LLB), is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.

At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director.  He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.

Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy and leads the global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions of the group.  

Head of Human Resources

Lana King

Lana King (MHR & IR; BComm), joined Clough in 1998 and has held a variety of management roles across the Human Resources and Organisational Development division in both Perth and Melbourne. Lana was appointed as Clough’s Head of Human Resources in May 2016, and is responsible for developing and implementing Human Resources strategies and processes that support Clough’s growth and transformation strategy.

Lana completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Human Resources at the University of Western Australia and has 17 years’ experience in both the Resources and Professional Services industries. Lana has extensive experience and expertise in the delivery of Human Resources strategies that develop, retain and motivate geographically dispersed workforces. She specialises in the organisational development activities that support the development of our people and leads our change management process.   

Executive Vice President, Australia & Asia Pacific Operations

Philip Cave

Philip Cave (M.Eng (Civil), MBA, C.Eng, FICE, FIEAust, MIMarEst), joined Clough in 2014 and has 35 years of international construction leadership experience across the civil, marine, oil & gas, infrastructure, mining, power, nuclear and transport sectors, and education.

With a reputation for finding innovative solutions to complex project problems, Philip was employed as General Manager – Gorgon by Leighton in 2013, to implement change management on civil and jetty works.

Prior to joining Leighton, Philip spent 30 years with Kier Group, a London Stock Exchange-listed construction company. He held Operations and Managing Director positions with the organisation and prior to leaving was Managing Director of the Infrastructure and Overseas business.

He was also a member of the Executive Management Team, a Construction Division Board Executive Director and a Risk Committee member.

Philip has a Master of Engineering (Civil) from City University in London, and an MBA from Henley Management College in Reading. He is a professional engineer (and both a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of Engineers Australia), as well as a professional marine engineer.

Health Safety Security & Environment Manager - Corporate

Roberta Selleck

Roberta Selleck (BSc, Grad Dip Environment Impact Assessment, Education, OH​&S), is an HSSE professional with over 20 years’ experience in senior HSSE manager roles across the resource sector. She has held roles in the oil & gas and mining industries, both site and corporate based.

Roberta joined Clough in August 2013 in her current role to support the design, development and implementation of Clough’s HSSE improvement strategy. Significantly, this has included developing the Clough Major Accident Prevention Program to address high risk construction activities undertaken by Clough.

Prior to joining Clough, Roberta was the HSE Manager for the FMG Solomon Operational Readiness team which included the introduction of autonomous hauling strategy for mining at Solomon.

She has a Bachelor of Science along with Graduate Diplomas in Environmental Impact Assessment, Education, and Occupational Health and Safety.   

Lana King (MHR & IR; BComm), joined Clough in 1998 and has held a variety of management roles across the Human Resources and Organisational Development division in both Perth and Melbourne. Lana was appointed as Clough’s Head of Human Resources in May 2016, and is responsible for developing and implementing Human Resources strategies and processes that support Clough’s growth and transformation strategy.

Lana completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Human Resources at the University of Western Australia and has 17 years’ experience in both the Resources and Professional Services industries. Lana has extensive experience and expertise in the delivery of Human Resources strategies that develop, retain and motivate geographically dispersed workforces. She specialises in the organisational development activities that support the development of our people and leads our change management process.   

Philip Cave (M.Eng (Civil), MBA, C.Eng, FICE, FIEAust, MIMarEst), joined Clough in 2014 and has 35 years of international construction leadership experience across the civil, marine, oil & gas, infrastructure, mining, power, nuclear and transport sectors, and education.

With a reputation for finding innovative solutions to complex project problems, Philip was employed as General Manager – Gorgon by Leighton in 2013, to implement change management on civil and jetty works.

Prior to joining Leighton, Philip spent 30 years with Kier Group, a London Stock Exchange-listed construction company. He held Operations and Managing Director positions with the organisation and prior to leaving was Managing Director of the Infrastructure and Overseas business.

He was also a member of the Executive Management Team, a Construction Division Board Executive Director and a Risk Committee member.

Philip has a Master of Engineering (Civil) from City University in London, and an MBA from Henley Management College in Reading. He is a professional engineer (and both a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of Engineers Australia), as well as a professional marine engineer.

Roberta Selleck (BSc, Grad Dip Environment Impact Assessment, Education, OH​&S), is an HSSE professional with over 20 years’ experience in senior HSSE manager roles across the resource sector. She has held roles in the oil & gas and mining industries, both site and corporate based.

Roberta joined Clough in August 2013 in her current role to support the design, development and implementation of Clough’s HSSE improvement strategy. Significantly, this has included developing the Clough Major Accident Prevention Program to address high risk construction activities undertaken by Clough.

Prior to joining Clough, Roberta was the HSE Manager for the FMG Solomon Operational Readiness team which included the introduction of autonomous hauling strategy for mining at Solomon.

She has a Bachelor of Science along with Graduate Diplomas in Environmental Impact Assessment, Education, and Occupational Health and Safety.   

Group General Counsel & Company Secretary

Christian Ainslie

Christian Ainslie (LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD) is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil and gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil and gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Head of Commercial, Supply Chain and Risk

Robert Radici

Rob Radici (BEng (Civil), Grad Cert Bus Law, LLM), is a commercial and contracts professional with more than 20 years’ experience in building, major engineering and construction, and oil & gas. In his current role he is responsible for all commercial, supply chain and risk activities across the Clough Group including commercial input to proposals, managing claims, subcontract execution and management, insurance and corporate travel, as well as facilities and real estate management.

Rob was a Clough Scholar and originally started with Clough as a graduate engineer where he worked on projects in Australia and overseas in the building, hydrocarbons, and oil & gas divisions as well as in the corporate office. Rob re-joined Clough in June 2012 after successful contracts and commercial roles with Technip, Woodside and Buru Energy.

During his time at Clough, Rob has been heavily involved with the preparation and resolution of major project claims and formal dispute resolution across the Group. In addition to holding a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Rob holds a graduate certificate in business law and recently attained his Masters in Construction Law from Melbourne University. 

Christian Ainslie (LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD) is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil and gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil and gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Rob Radici (BEng (Civil), Grad Cert Bus Law, LLM), is a commercial and contracts professional with more than 20 years’ experience in building, major engineering and construction, and oil & gas. In his current role he is responsible for all commercial, supply chain and risk activities across the Clough Group including commercial input to proposals, managing claims, subcontract execution and management, insurance and corporate travel, as well as facilities and real estate management.

Rob was a Clough Scholar and originally started with Clough as a graduate engineer where he worked on projects in Australia and overseas in the building, hydrocarbons, and oil & gas divisions as well as in the corporate office. Rob re-joined Clough in June 2012 after successful contracts and commercial roles with Technip, Woodside and Buru Energy.

During his time at Clough, Rob has been heavily involved with the preparation and resolution of major project claims and formal dispute resolution across the Group. In addition to holding a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Rob holds a graduate certificate in business law and recently attained his Masters in Construction Law from Melbourne University. 

Diversity

We believe diversity brings a broader range of perspectives, knowledge, ideas and experiences which create value for us and our customers.

Our workforce consists of people from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds and skills. This diversity is what makes Clough a great place to work. We aim to attract, train and retain people who:

  • Live Clough’s values as their own,
  • Are highly capable, and
  • Have a desire to actively contribute to the success of the business.

Our focus on gender and cultural inclusiveness is ongoing. We deliver gender equality and aim to close the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous communities through numerous initiatives.

For a copy of our latest gender equality indicators report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, please click here.

Our Board

Non-Executive Chairman

Henry Laas

Henry LaasHenry Laas is the Group Chief Executive of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) degree from the University of Pretoria and an MBA from the University of the Witwatersrand. He has extensive experience in the mineral resources and mining contracting sectors. In his ten years as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation (and its predecessor RUC Mining Contractors), he played an instrumental role in the expansion of the Cementation Mining Group’s global footprint. Henry joined the Clough Board in July 2011.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mining) MBA

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Peter Bennett

Peter Bennett was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the oil & gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.      
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and has implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies
  • Non-Executive Director of Australian Constructors Association (ACA)          

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mechanical)

Non-Executive Director

Daniël Grobler

Daniël Grobler joined the Group in 2010 and was appointed as Group Financial Director in April 2017.

He has been employed in various financial and leadership functions within the Group, most recently as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation, the Group’s African underground mining business.

Prior to that, he fulfilled financial positions including Chief Financial Officer: Underground Mining business platform and Group Corporate Finance Executive, where he engaged with the Group’s financial stakeholders.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • CA (SA)

Henry LaasHenry Laas is the Group Chief Executive of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) degree from the University of Pretoria and an MBA from the University of the Witwatersrand. He has extensive experience in the mineral resources and mining contracting sectors. In his ten years as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation (and its predecessor RUC Mining Contractors), he played an instrumental role in the expansion of the Cementation Mining Group’s global footprint. Henry joined the Clough Board in July 2011.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mining) MBA

Peter Bennett was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the oil & gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.      
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and has implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies
  • Non-Executive Director of Australian Constructors Association (ACA)          

Qualifications

  • B.Eng (Mechanical)

Daniël Grobler joined the Group in 2010 and was appointed as Group Financial Director in April 2017.

He has been employed in various financial and leadership functions within the Group, most recently as Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Cementation, the Group’s African underground mining business.

Prior to that, he fulfilled financial positions including Chief Financial Officer: Underground Mining business platform and Group Corporate Finance Executive, where he engaged with the Group’s financial stakeholders.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • CA (SA)

Non-Executive Director

Ian Henstock

Ian Henstock joined the Clough Board in January 2012. He is the Group Commercial Director of Murray & Roberts, and also serves on the Boards of Murray & Roberts Limited and Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited.

Prior to joining Murray & Roberts, Ian held a number of leadership roles in the financial sector.

He commenced his career with Ernst & Young as an articled clerk, and rose to the position of Executive Deputy Chairman, before joining Capital Partners as Executive Director. Following a period with Deloitte & Touche as Corporate Finance Managing Partner, he took the role of Chief Executive of Bridge Capital, growing that business into a successful niche investment banking firm. In 2004 he was approached by the ABSA Group to head up ABSA Merchant Bank and shortly thereafter was promoted to Deputy Managing Executive of ABSA Corporate & Merchant Bank, a position he held until 2006. At that point he transferred to ABSA Private Bank as Senior Executive: Strategic Wealth Management to create a private wealth capability in the Private Bank.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Compt (Hons) CTA CA(SA), HDip Tax Law MBA

Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and Executive Director

Rajiv Ratneser

Raj Ratneser is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.  
 
At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director. He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.
  
Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and leads the Group's global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions.  

Qualifications

  • B.Com, LLB 

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director

Richard Simons

Richard Simons commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Qualifications

  • B.Com 

Ian Henstock joined the Clough Board in January 2012. He is the Group Commercial Director of Murray & Roberts, and also serves on the Boards of Murray & Roberts Limited and Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited.

Prior to joining Murray & Roberts, Ian held a number of leadership roles in the financial sector.

He commenced his career with Ernst & Young as an articled clerk, and rose to the position of Executive Deputy Chairman, before joining Capital Partners as Executive Director. Following a period with Deloitte & Touche as Corporate Finance Managing Partner, he took the role of Chief Executive of Bridge Capital, growing that business into a successful niche investment banking firm. In 2004 he was approached by the ABSA Group to head up ABSA Merchant Bank and shortly thereafter was promoted to Deputy Managing Executive of ABSA Corporate & Merchant Bank, a position he held until 2006. At that point he transferred to ABSA Private Bank as Senior Executive: Strategic Wealth Management to create a private wealth capability in the Private Bank.

Current directorships

  • Director of Murray & Roberts International Holdings Limited and related subsidiary companies

Qualifications

  • B.Compt (Hons) CTA CA(SA), HDip Tax Law MBA

Raj Ratneser is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.  
 
At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director. He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.
  
Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, and leads the Group's global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions.  

Qualifications

  • B.Com, LLB 

Richard Simons commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Qualifications

  • B.Com 

Group General Counsel and Company Secretary

Christian Ainslie

Christian Ainslie is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil & gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil & gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Qualifications

  • LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD 

Christian Ainslie is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil & gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil & gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Qualifications

  • LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD 
Excoms

Chief Executive Officer

Peter Bennett

Peter Bennett (B.Eng (Mechanical)), was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the Oil & Gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Chief Financial Officer

Richard Simons

Richard Simons (B.Com) commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy

Raj Ratneser

Raj Ratneser (B.Com, LLB), is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.

At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director.  He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.

Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy and leads the global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions of the group.  

Peter Bennett (B.Eng (Mechanical)), was appointed as CEO of Clough on 1 February 2016, bringing 26 years’ international experience in the Oil & Gas, LNG, and infrastructure contracting service sector to the organisation. His experience spans contracting business process, operational, and corporate leadership.
 
Peter commenced his career as a graduate mechanical engineer with CB&I in Australia. During his 26-year tenure, Peter progressed through a diverse range of roles including engineering, project management, business development, operations management, corporate function management and general management. Prior to joining Clough, Peter was President, Oil & Gas International for CB&I, based in The Hague. 
 
Peter has run multinational business divisions and implemented programs to significantly improve cost and operational performance while delivering workforce and order book growth. He has managed global market expansion and M&A programs. As the VP of Sales, he set new records for business secured for several successive years. 

Peter has lived and worked across all of Clough’s strategic growth regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America. 

Richard Simons (B.Com) commenced as Clough's Chief Financial Officer in June 2015.

Richard was previously employed at Clough as Group Manager Corporate Finance & Treasury from 2005 to 2010. Reporting to the CFO, he was responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, negotiating acquisitions and disposals, managing investments and raising equity or debt facilities to fund investments and projects.

Since leaving Clough, Richard has broadened his financial and international management experience. He held the position of CFO and Company Secretary at Austal Limited before joining Thrifty WA as Chief Executive Officer.

As a senior executive with more than 25 years' management experience, Richard will have overall accountability for finance, accounting, payroll, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), information systems and supply chain, while managing our financial reporting obligations to Murray & Roberts.

Raj Ratneser (B.Com, LLB), is a Construction Lawyer who commenced with Clough as Legal Counsel in March 2004, before being promoted to General Counsel in 2008. In February 2014, Raj was appointed Executive Vice President, HSSE and Corporate Governance and was responsible for administering the Corporate Governance framework for the group.

At this time, Raj was also appointed to the Board of Clough Limited as an Executive Director.  He is also a Director of Murray & Roberts Australia Pty Ltd and Murray & Roberts Pty Ltd.

Raj currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy and leads the global business development, strategy, stakeholder relations, marketing, tendering and estimating functions of the group.  

Head of Human Resources

Lana King

Lana King (MHR & IR; BComm), joined Clough in 1998 and has held a variety of management roles across the Human Resources and Organisational Development division in both Perth and Melbourne. Lana was appointed as Clough’s Head of Human Resources in May 2016, and is responsible for developing and implementing Human Resources strategies and processes that support Clough’s growth and transformation strategy.

Lana completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Human Resources at the University of Western Australia and has 17 years’ experience in both the Resources and Professional Services industries. Lana has extensive experience and expertise in the delivery of Human Resources strategies that develop, retain and motivate geographically dispersed workforces. She specialises in the organisational development activities that support the development of our people and leads our change management process.   

Executive Vice President, Australia & Asia Pacific Operations

Philip Cave

Philip Cave (M.Eng (Civil), MBA, C.Eng, FICE, FIEAust, MIMarEst), joined Clough in 2014 and has 35 years of international construction leadership experience across the civil, marine, oil & gas, infrastructure, mining, power, nuclear and transport sectors, and education.

With a reputation for finding innovative solutions to complex project problems, Philip was employed as General Manager – Gorgon by Leighton in 2013, to implement change management on civil and jetty works.

Prior to joining Leighton, Philip spent 30 years with Kier Group, a London Stock Exchange-listed construction company. He held Operations and Managing Director positions with the organisation and prior to leaving was Managing Director of the Infrastructure and Overseas business.

He was also a member of the Executive Management Team, a Construction Division Board Executive Director and a Risk Committee member.

Philip has a Master of Engineering (Civil) from City University in London, and an MBA from Henley Management College in Reading. He is a professional engineer (and both a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of Engineers Australia), as well as a professional marine engineer.

Health Safety Security & Environment Manager - Corporate

Roberta Selleck

Roberta Selleck (BSc, Grad Dip Environment Impact Assessment, Education, OH​&S), is an HSSE professional with over 20 years’ experience in senior HSSE manager roles across the resource sector. She has held roles in the oil & gas and mining industries, both site and corporate based.

Roberta joined Clough in August 2013 in her current role to support the design, development and implementation of Clough’s HSSE improvement strategy. Significantly, this has included developing the Clough Major Accident Prevention Program to address high risk construction activities undertaken by Clough.

Prior to joining Clough, Roberta was the HSE Manager for the FMG Solomon Operational Readiness team which included the introduction of autonomous hauling strategy for mining at Solomon.

She has a Bachelor of Science along with Graduate Diplomas in Environmental Impact Assessment, Education, and Occupational Health and Safety.   

Lana King (MHR & IR; BComm), joined Clough in 1998 and has held a variety of management roles across the Human Resources and Organisational Development division in both Perth and Melbourne. Lana was appointed as Clough’s Head of Human Resources in May 2016, and is responsible for developing and implementing Human Resources strategies and processes that support Clough’s growth and transformation strategy.

Lana completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Human Resources at the University of Western Australia and has 17 years’ experience in both the Resources and Professional Services industries. Lana has extensive experience and expertise in the delivery of Human Resources strategies that develop, retain and motivate geographically dispersed workforces. She specialises in the organisational development activities that support the development of our people and leads our change management process.   

Philip Cave (M.Eng (Civil), MBA, C.Eng, FICE, FIEAust, MIMarEst), joined Clough in 2014 and has 35 years of international construction leadership experience across the civil, marine, oil & gas, infrastructure, mining, power, nuclear and transport sectors, and education.

With a reputation for finding innovative solutions to complex project problems, Philip was employed as General Manager – Gorgon by Leighton in 2013, to implement change management on civil and jetty works.

Prior to joining Leighton, Philip spent 30 years with Kier Group, a London Stock Exchange-listed construction company. He held Operations and Managing Director positions with the organisation and prior to leaving was Managing Director of the Infrastructure and Overseas business.

He was also a member of the Executive Management Team, a Construction Division Board Executive Director and a Risk Committee member.

Philip has a Master of Engineering (Civil) from City University in London, and an MBA from Henley Management College in Reading. He is a professional engineer (and both a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of Engineers Australia), as well as a professional marine engineer.

Roberta Selleck (BSc, Grad Dip Environment Impact Assessment, Education, OH​&S), is an HSSE professional with over 20 years’ experience in senior HSSE manager roles across the resource sector. She has held roles in the oil & gas and mining industries, both site and corporate based.

Roberta joined Clough in August 2013 in her current role to support the design, development and implementation of Clough’s HSSE improvement strategy. Significantly, this has included developing the Clough Major Accident Prevention Program to address high risk construction activities undertaken by Clough.

Prior to joining Clough, Roberta was the HSE Manager for the FMG Solomon Operational Readiness team which included the introduction of autonomous hauling strategy for mining at Solomon.

She has a Bachelor of Science along with Graduate Diplomas in Environmental Impact Assessment, Education, and Occupational Health and Safety.   

Group General Counsel & Company Secretary

Christian Ainslie

Christian Ainslie (LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD) is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil and gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil and gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Head of Commercial, Supply Chain and Risk

Robert Radici

Rob Radici (BEng (Civil), Grad Cert Bus Law, LLM), is a commercial and contracts professional with more than 20 years’ experience in building, major engineering and construction, and oil & gas. In his current role he is responsible for all commercial, supply chain and risk activities across the Clough Group including commercial input to proposals, managing claims, subcontract execution and management, insurance and corporate travel, as well as facilities and real estate management.

Rob was a Clough Scholar and originally started with Clough as a graduate engineer where he worked on projects in Australia and overseas in the building, hydrocarbons, and oil & gas divisions as well as in the corporate office. Rob re-joined Clough in June 2012 after successful contracts and commercial roles with Technip, Woodside and Buru Energy.

During his time at Clough, Rob has been heavily involved with the preparation and resolution of major project claims and formal dispute resolution across the Group. In addition to holding a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Rob holds a graduate certificate in business law and recently attained his Masters in Construction Law from Melbourne University. 

Christian Ainslie (LLB; Grad Cert App Fin; GAICD) is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for Clough Limited. He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate, oil and gas, and construction law. Christian is responsible for all the governance activities across the Group including legal, compliance, company secretariat and assurance. 
 
Christian joined Clough in 2010 from King & Wood Mallesons with experience in a range of large-scale transactions involving international projects, company and asset acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures. He also spent three years in London working on international oil and gas transactions with a large American law firm. During his time at Clough, Christian has been heavily involved with the negotiation of many of Clough’s large project contracts, the resolution of major project claims, formal dispute resolution and corporate governance activities across the Group.

Rob Radici (BEng (Civil), Grad Cert Bus Law, LLM), is a commercial and contracts professional with more than 20 years’ experience in building, major engineering and construction, and oil & gas. In his current role he is responsible for all commercial, supply chain and risk activities across the Clough Group including commercial input to proposals, managing claims, subcontract execution and management, insurance and corporate travel, as well as facilities and real estate management.

Rob was a Clough Scholar and originally started with Clough as a graduate engineer where he worked on projects in Australia and overseas in the building, hydrocarbons, and oil & gas divisions as well as in the corporate office. Rob re-joined Clough in June 2012 after successful contracts and commercial roles with Technip, Woodside and Buru Energy.

During his time at Clough, Rob has been heavily involved with the preparation and resolution of major project claims and formal dispute resolution across the Group. In addition to holding a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Rob holds a graduate certificate in business law and recently attained his Masters in Construction Law from Melbourne University. 

Clough was founded in 1919 by John Oswald Clough.

From inception through to the 1950s, Clough forged a reputation as a quality construction company in its development of schools, residential and commercial properties throughout Perth. In the 50s, Clough would diversify its services to include civil and engineering contracting. Diversification was again the order of the day in the 60s, as Clough entered and embraced the Metals & Minerals and Oil & Gas industries. Today, Clough works with many of the world’s largest companies to provide engineering, construction, commissioning and asset support services for some of the largest, and most challenging resource projects around the globe.

2017

The Wartsila Clough Consortium is awarded an EPC contract for POM Power Station in Papua New Guinea

Additionally ...

The Clough SUEZ Water Partners JV is awarded with EPC contract to expand Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Perth’s northern suburbs.

Clough AMEC is awarded a five year maintenance services contract to partner with Yara International ASA in Karratha, Western Australia.

Clough is awarded the contract for the upgrade and refurbishment of the existing intake tower and outlet structures at Mundaring Weir, Western Australia.

2016

Clough AMEC secures the brownfield services contract renewal for ConocoPhillips Bayu-Undan offshore facilities

Additionally ...

Clough is selected as part of the engineering panel to deliver multi-disciplinary engineering services to Woodside.

Clough is awarded contracts for hook-up services on the Ichthys LNG Project for both the Central Processing Facility and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading facility.

The Ichthys LNG Project Central Processing Facility (CPF) project commences with mobilisation of engineering and technical teams to the SHI fabrication yard located in Geoje, Korea before moving offshore in the Browse Basin, 200 km off the northern coastline of Western Australia.

2015

Clough acquires Canadian engineering company Enercore

2014

Clough acquires EC&I engineering firm Booth Welsh

Additionally ...

Clough acquires CH-IV, consultants to LNG asset developers, regulators and facility owners, operators and lenders.

Clough AMEC is awarded the Arrow Upstream FEED project in Queensland.

Anderson Point AP5 Facility. Construction of 5th iron ore loading berth for FMG. The works include the design and construction of a 306-metre long wharf extension, seven berthing dolphins, and the supply and installation of wharf conveyor modules.

2013

M&R acquires all minority shares in Clough and Clough delists from ASX

Additionally ...

Clough Coens JV is established in Korea

Clough acquires e2o

2012

BAM Clough expands four-fold when awarded the Chevron Wheatstone Jetty and INPEX Ichthys Jetty and Module Offloading Facility contracts

Additionally ...

Ichthys LNG IPMS contract is awarded - JV with DORIS

Chevron award Clough the Wheatstone Hook-up and Commissioning Contract

BAM Clough is awarded the contract to design and construct the Product Loading Facility (PLF) and Tug Berths associated with the Wheatstone Project LNG Plant near Onslow in Western Australia

2011

EPC contract for CSBP for Amonium Nitrate plant in Kwinana

Additionally ...

Gladstone LNG project Santos. Build more than 400 kilometres of gas and water transmission pipelines, and two compression facilities, as well as an 800 person camp. 420 kilometre underground pipe, to a two-train LNG plant on Curtis Island

K128 GLNG. Enter CSG sector. Engineering services to coal seam gas including multiple projects (on-going), studies and concept, FEED, detailed design, commissioning and compression, dehydration and flare transmission

2010

BAM Clough is awarded the ExxonMobil PNG LNG Jetty Project

2009

Chevron awards the Kellogg Joint Venture the EPCM contract for Australia’s largest ever resource project, The Gorgon Project.

Additionally ...

Clough is awarded a contract by PTTEP Australasia for the installation of the offshore facilities for the Montara Field Development, located approximately 690 km west of Darwin in the Timor Sea. The scope of work is for the transportation and installation of the Montara wellhead platform deck, the mooring buoy with nine associated mooring legs, approximately 26 km of infield pipelines, and the 100 Swift subsea manifold

Clough receives two major awards for ExxonMobil’s PNG LNG project: The Hides Gas Conditioning Plant and the Upstream Infrastructure scopes

Clough Diversified and Maunsell AECOM JV are awarded the design and construction of Toowoomba Pipeline, Queensland

 

2008

Clough AMEC secures the brownfield services contract renewal for ConocoPhillips Bayu-Undan offshore facilities.

Additionally ...

Clough AMEC is awarded the maintenance contract for Chevron’s Barrow Island Facilities

 

2007

Clough family sells remaining shareholding

Additionally ...

Woodside awards BAM Clough the Pluto LNG Jetty project

Harold Clough steps down as Chairman after nearly 50 years at the helm of Clough

2005

Clough, in joint venture with Aker and Murray & Roberts, is awarded the EPCM contract for Newmont’s Boddington Gold Mine

Additionally ...

Woodside awards the Train V Jetty project to BAM Clough

2004

Clough AMEC is established

Additionally ...

Clough AMEC is awarded the ConocoPhillips Bayu-Undan Operations and Maintenance contract.

Murray & Roberts become a major shareholder.

2003

Clough is awarded the design, construction and commissioning of the Boroo gold processing plant in Mongolia, approximately 110 km north of the capital city, Ulaan Baatar

2002

InterOil awards Clough Niugini the contract to build Papua New Guinea’s first oil refinery

Additionally ...

Origin Energy awards the EPIC contract for the BassGas Project to Clough in Victoria

2001

Woodside awards the EPCM services for the North West Shelf Train IV expansion to the Kellogg JV (Clough, KBR, JGC and Hatch)

1998

Clough lists on the ASX

Clough lists on the ASX

1997

Clough Sandwell JV is awarded the EPC contract for the upgrade of Hamersley Iron’s Port Facilities

1996

Baulderstone Clough JV wins the Graham Farmer Freeway Project, the largest underground tunnel in Australia and WA’s first major underground tunnel at the time

Baulderstone Clough JV wins the Graham Farmer Freeway Project, the largest underground tunnel in Aus...

1995

The Clough Sandwell JV undertakes the detailed design, procurement, construction and commissioning contract for the major upgrade of Hamersley Iron’s Parker Point and East Intercourse Island iron ore port handling and shiploading facilities

1994

Clough is awarded the Apache East Spar Project, which later wins Australia’s top Engineering honour, the Sir William Hudson Award

1993

Clough completes the design and construction of a new crushing and screening facility for Hamersley Iron’s Marandoo operations, near Tom Price in the Pilbara region of Western Australia

Additionally ...

Clough’s activities at BHP Jimblebar Iron Ore facility include the establishment of all minesite infrastructure as well as the construction and operation of two crushing and screening plants designed to produce four different products in sufficient quantities to achieve trainloading of 120,000 tonnes per week.

Between 1991-1993 Clough, through Petrosea, fufills a contract for the Phase 1 and 2 of a major turnkey gas field development project on Pagerungan Besar Island, near Bali

1990

Clough’s operations number 4,000 people in Australia, PNG, UK, Asia, Africa

Additionally ...

Clough is awarded a contract for the fabrication of the Goodwyn 'A' accommodation and utilities modules for Stage 3 of the North West Shelf Gas Development project in Western Australia

1989

Clough builds the Tanjung Bara Coal Terminal and mine site infrastructure

Additionally ...

Clough Niugini is established in Papua New Guinea

1988

Clough undertakes the complete engineering, procurement and construction of the Kwinana liquid petroleum gas (LPG) plant for Wesfarmers LPG

1985

Harbourworks Clough constructs Australia’s first LNG and Condensate Jetty for Woodside’s North West Shelf

1984

Clough expands into Asia via an Indonesian-based engineering company operating in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Hong Kong

1983

Harbourworks Clough JV constructs Australia’s first LNG and Condensate Jetty for Woodside North West Shelf

1982

Clough, in joint venture with Harbourworks of the Netherlands, is awarded a turnkey design and construct contract for the installation of a shipping terminal to support the Cooper Basin oil production operations for Santos at Stony Point in South Australia

1981

Clough, in joint venture with FCB of France is awarded the turnkey design, construction and commissioning contract for the paste plant for the new Tomago Aluminium Smelter

Additionally ...

Woodside North Rankin A  is the first Woodside project awarded to Clough

1979

Clough JV constructs Australia’s first LNG and Condensate Jetty for Woodside North West Shelf

Clough JV constructs Australia’s first LNG and Condensate Jetty for Woodside North West Shelf

1975

Clough is awarded the upgrade of water supply for the iron ore mining community of Paraburdoo, Western Australia

Additionally ...

Clough is awarded the design, construction and commissioning services for the new Swan Brewery in Canning Vale, Western Australia. The project includes a wastewater treatment plant and a solar centaur diesel fuelled gas turbine generator

1972

Clough is awarded the construction of Stirling Bridge, a 450m, seven-span, twin spine pre-stressed concrete bridge over the Swan River at Fremantle.

The project features sophisticated falsework and required unit handling equipment to support the 292 x 50 tonne segments of the structure

1970

Clough expands internationally, entering Indonesia

Additionally ...

Robe River Iron Associates, biggest resource marine facility and the highest jetty anywhere with the height of a six-storey building above sea level at low tide

Operations are established in Queensland. Clough, in joint venture with Thiess and Evans Deakin, successfully completed a major project to construct civil works for a hydroelectric storage and pumping station at Wivenhoe, Queensland

1966

WAPET award Clough its first oil and gas project, the Barrow Island Oilfield Development, setting the tone for Clough’s future

1965

Harbourworks Clough are awarded the materials-handling facility for Hamersley Iron in Parker Point, Western Australia

1964

The Harbourworks Clough Joint Venture is formed (today BAM Clough)

1963

Clough is awarded construction of gravity concrete abutments and reinforced concrete piers to support twenty steel radial gates in order to control flooding at the Ord River diversion dam in Kununurra, Western Australia

1957

Clough is awarded its first major civil project, the Narrows Bridge in Perth, Western Australia

Clough is awarded its first major civil project, the Narrows Bridge in Perth, Western Australia

1955

Clough is awarded the construction of Perth’s first high rise – The National Mutual Building

1954

Harold Clough joins his father’s business

1950

Between 1919 and 1950

Clough earns the reputation as a quality builder, constructing schools, residential and commercial buildings across Western Australia

1919

Clough is established by John Oswald Clough

Our Locations

Clough operations span four key regions and multiple international subsidiaries and partnerships to form a global network of operating centres that bring together highly specialised technical services with high value engineering centres.

Clough operations locations
America
America
Europe, Africa & Middle East
Europe, Africa & Middle East
Asia & Australia
Asia & Australia
Europe, Africa & the Middle East
Europe, Africa & the Middle East