Martin Leak is Managing Director and a founding partner of Resolve Group. With over 40 years’ experience in transport engineering, Martin is a highly skilled engineer and commercially aware manager with a proven track record of delivering complex projects for clients. He is a great innovator with a wide breadth of experience in both professional services and contracting industries domestically and overseas. Challenging his team to deliver continuous improvements, which are benchmarked from his experiences of best practice from around the world, Martin is able to provide the lead in contract management, contract administration and risk assessment.
Martin is a specialist in dispute resolution between clients, consultants, and contractors involving design, contract procedures, and contract claims. He has been called as an expert witness for the NZTA, councils and insurance companies. Martin works with managers to ensure risk management procedures are followed and he ensures that the appropriate procurement strategies are implemented for projects, minimising the risk of, and resolving, any contractual issues arising during construction.
His areas of specialisation include:
- Strategic Marketing
- Business Development
- Company Management
- Project Management
- Human Resource Management
- Strategic Planning
- Dispute Resolution
Martin enjoys keeping abreast of global transportation issues and regularly participates in international Intelligent Transport Systems Conferences. He has also been elected to a number of international transport committees. Outside of working hours Martin likes to spend time with his family and on the golf course.
- Auckland CBD Rail Tunnels
- Auckland Harbour Bridge Maintenance Contract Renewal
- Auckland Motorway Alliance
- Auckland Transport Road Corridor Maintenance Contracts
- City Rail Link Procurement
- DYNAC Implementation Project
- Half Moon Bay Ferry Terminal Berths
- Inner West Busway Project
- Lower Hatea Crossing
- Ormiston Road Bridge
- Waiouru Peninsula to State Highway One Connection