And he encourages everyone and anyone keen on seeing the industry raised to greater heights to do the same – or at least seek election, then re-election later.
Why? Because he lives and breathes cranes; from being on the ground and operating the big machines, to assessing training.
“I’ve always been around cranes, it’s my passion. And I joined the CANZ Council to give something back to an industry that’s given so much to me,” Paul says.
Growing up and attending school in England, Paul landed a gig operating and maintaining a crane and piling rigs at Bachy Soletanche Group Limited.
Since first cutting his teeth with the engineering contractor that’s been involved in many major private developments and public infrastructure projects, Paul has racked up a quarter of a century in the crane industry.
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