Qtectic is the trading identity for the NGR Project Company Pty Ltd established in January 2014 to deliver the New Generation Rollingstock (NGR) Project by a consortium of Bombardier Transportation (now Alstom Transport Australia), John Laing, ITOCHU and Aberdeen Asset Management.

The NGR Project is one of the largest public transport investments undertaken in Queensland, with Qtectic contracted to design, build, finance and maintain 75 new passenger trains, and the design and construction of a new purpose-built maintenance facility at Wulkuraka Queensland, all delivered within a Public Private Partnership contact valued at approximately $4.4 billion.


Mr Geoff Ingram

Geoff Ingram has over 15 years’ experience in banking, finance and investment sectors, specialising in infrastructure investment, infrastructure finance and property de

Mr Sriram Dharmaraja

Sriram Dharmaraja is the Finance Director, Australia and New Zealand at Alstom and has over 10 years of experience working across various jurisdictions with...

Mr Alister Walker

Alister Walker is an Asset Director for John Laing, and has been involved in infrastructure project development, investment, financing and delivery for over 15...

Mr Timothy Griffiths

Tim is the Investment Director for I-Environment Investments Pacific, ITOCHU Corporation’s infrastructure investment arm in Australia. He is responsible for overseeing

Duncan Jewell

Duncan is the Co-Head of APAC at John Laing, and has over 20 years of experience in infrastructure and renewable energy investment and asset...

Mr Tom Meinert
Independent Non-Executive Director

Tom Meinert is an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Qtectic Finance Advisory Board with more than 15 years experience in the infrastructure industry. Through h

Mr Michael Chadwick

Having spent 17 years in senior roles at Bombardier Transportation Australia, including Chief Financial Officer and Director of Bids, Mick has extensive experience in...


Each equity member of Qtectic is a global leader in their respective fields.


John Laing is an originator, active investor and manager of international infrastructure projects. Our business is focused on major transport, social and environmental infrastructure projects awarded under governmental public-private partnership (PPP) programmes, and renewable energy projects, across a range of international markets including Asia Pacific, UK, Europe, North America and Latin America.

We are one of the world’s most trusted brands in the fields of infrastructure thanks to our expertise and credentials, with more than 100 projects in the last 30 years.



ITOCHU is one of the leading general trading companies in Japan and has businesses all over the world.

Some 50 years ago, ITOCHU started its trading business in Australia by buying and exporting wool, followed by trading in primary and natural commodities such as iron ore and coal, grains, wood chips and foodstuffs, as well as materials such as chemical products. While this traditional style of trading will always remain a one of the cornerstones of ITOCHU’s business, this role has expanded over the years to meet the fast changing international environment.

Other functions now include financing, direct and indirect investments, marketing, shipping and warehousing across various industries including transportation, water and environmental services.



Aberdeen Standards Investments is a brand of the investment businesses of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life Investments, offering a comprehensive range of investment capabilities as well as the highest levels of service.

As a leading global asset manager dedicated to creating a long-term value for clients, we manage worldwide assets worth £583 billion* on behalf of clients in 80 countries. In managing these assets, we employ over 1,000 investment professionals and provide client support from 50 client relationship offices globally.

Aberdeen Infrastructure Funds is an infrastructure fund manger, which is part of Aberdeen Asset Management. It manages $3.0 billion of commitments, having invested in over 140 private-public partnerships (PPPs) globally over it’s 15 year history.

*Standard Life figures as at 30 June 2017, Aberdeen Asset Management figures as at 31 March 2017, all other data as at 30 June 2017.




Alstom commits to contribute to a low carbon future by developing and promoting innovative and sustainable transportation solutions that people enjoy riding.  

From high-speed trains, metros, monorails, trams, to turnkey systems, services, infrastructure, signalling and digital mobility, Alstom offers its diverse customers the broadest portfolio in the industry. With its presence in 63 countries and a talent base of over 80,000 people from 175 nationalities, the company focuses its design, innovation, and project management skills to where mobility solutions are needed most.