Bridge Asset Manager – Hamilton

Location: Hamilton Date Listed: 10/08/22Closing Date: 22/10/19

  • Hamilton based
  • Asset management of civil structures
  • You’ll have a background in design or construction of civil structures, or river engineering design


Is the grass greener in Hamilton?


With 145 parks and gardens, 63 sports areas; a mild climate and moderate year round rainfall – we would say yes it is!

Not only is the grass greener – there are many other reasons to make Hamilton your home.

We are the largest inland city in NZ, the centre of the of the upper North Island’s developing road network; have a young and innovative population (over 50% of the population are under 30) and home to a vibrant cultural, sporting and entertainment hub.

Not that this spoils the natural beauty of the area – Hamilton is at the centre of one of the richest agricultural areas in the world and with the mighty Waikato flowing through its centre, you will be spoilt for choices to recharge your batteries.

Bridging at Beca


Beca’s civil engineering & bridge work is at the heart of our business.  Our national civil structures team operates with high levels of team engagement and enjoys recognition across the country through their consistently proven ability to rise to a range of technically demanding engineering challenges.

The Opportunity


We continue to build on our successes in the NZTA and local authority bridge management space.  We’re responsible for a range of assets across the wider Waikato region, including bridges, culverts, retaining walls, sea walls, and river protection structures.  We have opportunities for an experienced bridge or civil structures asset manager to join our Hamilton team.  This is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in a range of significant and impactful projects, and to develop your management and client liaison skills.


About you


You’ll have experience with asset management of bridges, civil structures, river protection structures, or similar assets.  You’ll also have experience designing repairs, preparing and/or administering physical works contracts for a range of retrofit, strengthening, and maintenance works.  The ideal candidate would have a minimum of 5 years’ experience and be solutions focused, pragmatic, and have strengths in project management, client liaison, and risk management.  A background in either design or construction of bridges/civil structures, or river engineering design is essential.

Beca has a network of regional offices throughout New Zealand that lead and support projects both locally and nationwide.  Being regionally based gives you the opportunity to have a great work life balance while continuing to grow and advance your career in a supportive and collaborative professional services organisation.


About Beca


Our clients do incredible things every day.  They are transforming their communities and changing lives through the structures they build, the products they manufacture, the services they provide, and the families they support.  And we are right there alongside them.  We are the problem-solvers – the thinkers, the creators, the planners and practitioners – who understand their vision and make things happen!  We are 3000-plus professionals spread across 19 offices across the Asia Pacific.

While our experience has been over 98 years in the making, it’s the fresh talent we’re nurturing, the innovative thinking we’re developing and the connections that we’re forging, that get us most excited for the future.



We can provide support with relocation and immigration to suitable applicants.  You can find out more about our people and projects by visiting

For a confidential discussion call Heather Douglas (Associate – Talent Acquisition Partner) +64 9 300 9136 or apply today!

Beca prides itself on supporting a diverse and inclusive culture – open to inputs from creative people of all genders, ethnicity, identity, thought and experiences.