Dieter Adamsas

Private Sector Member

Appointed 11 June 2014

Dieter is a member of the Advisory Board of Acciona Geotech Holding Pty Ltd. He was formerly Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Leighton Holdings Limited (2000-2007 and 1986-2007 respectively), and has 40 years' experience in the construction industry. Dieter Adamsas resigned as Chairman of Geotech Group in March 2017.

Dieter was previously Chairman of Leighton Contractors (2007-2010) and Chairman of Hong Kong based Leighton Asia (2008-2011). He is a former Director of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia and former Member of the Trade Advisory Council. He is currently a Member of the University of New South Wales Business Advisory Council and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has also previously been a Director of Thiess Pty Ltd, John Holland Pty Ltd and Leighton Properties Pty Ltd.

Active in CFO affairs, Dieter is a current Director and former President of the Financial Executives Institute of Australia. Dieter is active in community service and is currently on the Board of the Sydney Adventist Hospital Foundation and Chairman of their Audit Committee

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Applications open for $150 million fixing country rail

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Deputy Premier John Barilaro, Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey and Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries have today announced $150 million for Round One of Fixing Country Rail. Read more