Meet our team!
Simon founded Alder Technology Consulting in 2008, after seeing a gap in the market for a firm which not only provided innovative design, but also took the time to see the projects through to completion.
Simon's Audio Visual design skills have been recognised at AVIA and Crestron awards nights, with many companies seeking him out to comment on their product line and suggest ways to improve existing product, as well as assist with the development of new products.
This in turn places Simon in an enviable position of being able to design solutions for clients with an eye on the future, reducing costs, maximising efficiency and ensuring his clients are never left with old technology.
James arrived at Alder Technology Consulting after a long career in Audio Visual switching and control, assisting some of Australia's largest corporate and tertiary institutions on multi-million dollar audio visual deployments.
James now works with our key clients in assisting to deliver them major projects, and is charged with spreading the word about Alder Technology Consulting to enable us to provide new clients with the same level of service our current clients know and love.
Senior Project Manager Sydney Team Leader
Chris joined Alder Technology Consulting after over a decade at UTS. Chris was a senior project manager at UTS, delivering some of the most important AV projects in UTS history. Chris was the AV project manager on the UTS Building 11 project, which delivered 120 AV spaces in a single project.
Over his time at UTS Chris delivered more than ten key AV and construction projects and over 50 refurbishment projects, working closely with many in PMO and AVS to deliver outstanding results for the University.
Chris is known for his attention to detail which makes him an ideal fit for the project management role on UTS Central. Since arriving at Alder Technology Consulting Chris has slotted straight into some of the most prestegious projects in the Alder Technology Consulting portfolio, including the brand new Penrith centre for the Australian Taxation Office, which includes a half million dollar business continuity room, a 24 panel pixel for pixel video wall with 20 inputs and the ability to monitor information in real time from all over the country.