Introducing Emma Bowring, LEILAC Project Manager

Reducing CO2 Emissions

Michael Walsh \ February 20, 2020

Emma Bowring joined the Calix team in January 2020 as Project Manager of the Low Emissions Intensity Lime and Cement (LEILAC) project in Europe, being delivered under the Horizon 2020 program. In this role Emma is responsible for the delivery of the project and leading the management team.

Emma has 15 years experience in project management and business development, having worked across a number of industries including international development, infrastructure, oil and gas, health, justice and commercial sectors. Originally from Australia, Emma has lived and worked around Australia, the Pacific Islands, Asia, Russia and now the United Kingdom.

Notably, as project manager, Emma successfully delivered a complex AUD50m Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management (EPCM) project involving construction and capacity building programmes in the Solomon Islands. Teams managed included a PMO (Project Management Office) support team in Malaysia, partner organisation in Melbourne, head office team in Sydney, various design / engineering teams in Australia and a large-in country delivery team in the Solomon Islands. Emma admits to loving the challenge of working virtually with a focus on developing capability and enhancing team performance.

As a mother of two children, ages eight and twelve, Emma says life is busy! In her free time Emma likes to keep active either in the gym, on the rugby pitch, snowboarding or entering obstacle races.

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