Jay Jameson

Jay has over 15 years of experience in delivering infrastructure projects in the Pacific region across a variety of sectors, including health, education, civic, maritime, commercial, and aviation. He has led teams and managed complex stakeholder groups to ensure local communities are engaged and part of infrastructure solutions. Jay’s broad experience has helped in establishing him as a leading infrastructure specialist in the Pacific region.

As an infrastructure specialist with Pacific Island heritage, Jay is passionate about ensuring infrastructure investment into the Pacific region is fit-for-purpose with enduring benefits, long after projects are complete. Jay understands the complex sustainability issues affecting local communities and is considerate of this in the development of project implementation strategies. Having worked for a diverse range of clients including DFAT, MFAT, World Bank, and Asian Development Bank, Jay has developed infrastructure solutions that not only safeguard local communities, but maximise opportunities for learning and participation at the local level.

Jay has been involved in the successful delivery of several key infrastructure projects in the Pacific region including the DFAT funded Vanuatu Education Support Program classroom project, the World Bank funded Vanuatu Infrastructure Recovery Program for education and public buildings, and the AIFFP Nauru Airport Rehabilitation Project.

Jay Jameson

Jay has over 15 years of experience in delivering infrastructure projects in the Pacific region across a variety of sectors, including health, education, civic, maritime, commercial, and aviation. He has led teams and managed complex stakeholder groups to ensure local communities are engaged and part of infrastructure solutions. Jay’s broad experience has helped in establishing him as a leading infrastructure specialist in the Pacific region.

As an infrastructure specialist with Pacific Island heritage, Jay is passionate about ensuring infrastructure investment into the Pacific region is fit-for-purpose with enduring benefits, long after projects are complete. Jay understands the complex sustainability issues affecting local communities and is considerate of this in the development of project implementation strategies. Having worked for a diverse range of clients including DFAT, MFAT, World Bank, and Asian Development Bank, Jay has developed infrastructure solutions that not only safeguard local communities, but maximise opportunities for learning and participation at the local level.

Jay has been involved in the successful delivery of several key infrastructure projects in the Pacific region including the DFAT funded Vanuatu Education Support Program classroom project, the World Bank funded Vanuatu Infrastructure Recovery Program for education and public buildings, and the AIFFP Nauru Airport Rehabilitation Project.