November 09, 2012

Kittelson & Associates is pleased to announce the addition of Siva Jeevaratnam to our team. Siva has recently joined our Brisbane office as a Senior Traffic Engineer and brings over eight years of experience working on various traffic engineering and transportation infrastructure projects throughout Australia and New Zealand.

After completing his compulsory National Service as an Armoured Infantry Leader (Tank Commander) with Singapore’s Armed Forces, Siva relocated to Australia where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Queensland. Since graduating, Siva has worked in the consulting sector where he has developed varied skills in the areas of event transport planning, traffic management, and transport operations. He has extensive experience in project management, client and stakeholder relationship management, traffic network engineering, traffic analysis, traffic impact and parking studies, strategic and transport master planning, parking design, public transport, local area traffic management, and collaborating with government agencies. He has also been involved with development related projects for a large number of residential, industrial, commercial, retail, major infrastructure, and special event venue developments.

“I’m excited about joining Kittelson & Associates where I can embrace working alongside a large network of industry leaders and international experts,” says Siva. “I look forward to being able to impart my skills and experience and also share knowledge with a firm that values and fosters such professional development.”

“Our Brisbane team is thrilled to have Siva on board,” says Marc Mrsic, Managing Director of Asia-Pacific operations. “He supplements our rapidly growing Brisbane office with some highly developed skills, and we look forward to sharing these new resources to our clients throughout the region.”

Siva’s contact information can be found below or on the Brisbane page of

Tel: +61 (0)7 3252 8761

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