Meet the PilePro Team



Aaron founded BridgePro Engineering in 2010 to provide the Local Tasmania market with a highly competent, innovative and quality infrastructure solution provider. With his enthusiasm and energy, Aaron has empowered his staff to build the foundations for the delivery of end-to-end workflow solutions from preconstruction through to completion for the businesses Clients. Aaron has formal training as a Professional Civil / Structural Engineer through the University of Tasmania and 11 years’ experience building and maintaining bridges; the past eight in project management or higher positions including the roles of General Manager, Project Director and Project Manager.

Aaron’s career highlights include:

  • Project Director for the $8M Hobbs Parade Leven River Bridge for DIER;
  • Project Manager for the $5.2M Leven River Bridge on Bass Highway 165 m long, 6 span bridge for DIER; and
  • Project Manager for the 65 m long Royal George Bridge Replacement for Northern Midlands Council delivered by BridgePro Engineering.


Ed joined Aaron in July 2011 having previously worked closely together and sharing similar ideas. Ed is responsible for the management of all construction activities from initial project planning all the way through to project completion. He is a meticulous planner and oversees all construction activities and sequencing undertaken both in BridgePro Engineering’s precast manufacturing yard and on site. The innovative design solutions offered by BridgePro are enhanced by Ed’s understanding of the critical path to deliver our infrastructure solutions seamlessly from contract award to commissioning. Ed has also had formal training as a Geotechnical Engineer through the University of Portsmouth, UK, and eight years’ experience in civil engineering.

Ed’s career highlights include:

  • Project Manager for the $8M Hobbs Parade Leven River Bridge for DIER;
  • Project Manager for the Leven River Golf Club Bridge for Central Coast Council; and
  • Project Engineer for the $13M Sludge Augmentation Project for Melbourne Water.


Matthew joined BridgePro in October 2011 to assist the Company plan and position itself to truly deliver small company customer service and care with big company professionalism. Matthew works closely with the Director to leverage the strengths of the business and seize opportunities to position the business for sustainable growth. Matthew has formal training in business management having obtained his Master of Business Administration through the University of Tasmania and eight years’ experience developing and continuously improving management systems.

Matthew’s career highlights include:

  • Safety and Office Manager for the $30M rehabilitation of the Tioxide Australia plant site in Burnie, Tasmania; and
  • Integral to the development and management of an OFSC and Rail Safety accredited Integrated Management System third party certified to AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008, AS/NZS ISO 14001:2004 and AS 4801:2001.


Damon recently joined our team to supervise all aspects of our bridge construction and control the quality, safety and environmental aspects throughout the delivery of our projects. Damon is experienced in bridge, commercial and residential construction, and maintains accreditation as a building practitioner. Damon is highly regarded within the construction industry having been involved for many years in all stages of project delivery from initial consultation, design input and estimating to purchasing, and employee and subcontractor management. Damon earned his Carpentry Trade Certificate in 1995 and has worked continuously in the construction industry ever since.

Damon’s career highlights include:

  • Precast Yard Foreman for the manufacture of pre-cast componentry for Black River Bridge, Detention River Bridge, and the Port Sorell Main Road Overpass for DIER; and
  • Bridgeworks Foreman for the site management and construction of Stewerton Road Bridge, a 7-span pre-stressed plank bridge for Northern Midlands Council.


Leigh joined the Company in May 2011 to lead a team of personnel in the prefabrication yard for the manufacture of precast concrete elements. Leigh is goal orientated and sets a high standard for those around him to achieve in order for all bridge components to be constructability tested prior to being dispatched from the yard. The standardised bridge componentry developed by BridgePro Engineering has allowed Leigh and his team to continuously improve the precast yard processes and eliminate risk. Leigh has three years’ experience in bridge construction and the manufacture of pre-stressed and post-tensioned concrete.

Leigh’s career highlights include:

  • Precast Yard Leading Hand for the $8M Hobbs Parade Leven River Bridge for DIER; and
  • Precast Yard Team Leader for the production of 400 tonnes of precast including 28 bridge beams for the Royal George Bridge Replacement for Northern Midlands Council delivered by BridgePro Engineering.


Craig joined the Company in August 2011 to lead site construction works. Craig is methodical in his approach to site preparation, installation of bridge components and commissioning of projects. The standardised bridge componentry developed by BridgePro Engineering allow Craig to anticipate site risks and eliminate them prior to or during the construction process. Craig has eleven years’ experience in the construction industry; the past three being specifically related to precast concrete componentry and bridges.

Craig’s career highlights include:

  • Leading Hand for the manufacture of 200 tonne concrete components for the Wonthaggi Desalination Plant in Victoria; and
  • Team Leader for the 65 m long Royal George Bridge Replacement for Northern Midlands Council delivered by BridgePro Engineering.

Get In Touch

19 Faulkner Drive, Latrobe Tasmania 7307
PO Box 3253, Ulverstone MDC Tasmania 7315

P: 03 6441 5274
M: 0418 512 125 - AAron Brimfield
F: 03 6411 6606