Daryl Lim recently joined Resolve Group. Daryl has over 25 years’ experience in infrastructure and land development representing contractor, consultant and client organisations in supervisory roles. He is highly adept at collaborating with project stakeholders and development team members while respecting commercial boundaries.

Daryl has provided civil engineering services for public, industrial, educational, residential and commercial projects.  He has formed and led multi-disciplined professional services teams to deliver successful projects through appropriate resourcing, planning and contingency planning.

Daryl’s personal skills include the ability to:

  • use or adapt available resources to their best advantage
  • anticipate project issues and contingency planning
  • assess the impact of project tasks and prioritise accordingly

When not working, Daryl encourages his family (with limited success) to share his passion for the great outdoors.

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport held their 2016 Annual Awards Dinner in Wellington on October 10th. The Bluetooth Trial for Visitor Drivers, a PPP between the Ministry, the Transport Agency, and three private entities, including Resolve Group, won in its category –  Safety, Security and Environmental Innovation. Peter Bailey and Rick van Barneveld have been closely involved with the project since its inception, and were gratified to note that, as the MC said on the night, the Minister looked very pleased! Henry Pretorius, of the Transport Agency, gave a special shout out to Resolve Group for preparing the winning submission.

CILT Award

The recipients of the Award representing the Transport Agency, the Ministry of Transport, GO Rentals and HMI Technologies, with Rick van Barneveld (first on left) and Peter Bailey (third from left) from Resolve Group, and Leonard Sampson (second from left) who presented the award.