DAVID EVANS TO RETIRE
David Evans, our St Andrew's College General Manager, is set to retire from this key role after 21 years. He has been instrumental over those years in guiding the College through one of the most transformational periods of its long history. One of the most challenging times was being part of the large team who got the campus up and running just four weeks after the February 2011 earthquake and then oversaw the completion of the challenging repair programme. David has also been responsible for project managing $110 million worth of capital works at the College.
David's diverse role also includes people management, administration, finance, Health and Safety, business development, providing oversight for Castle Hill property and previously the College farm. David is also the Board Secretary.
David is very proud of the legacy he will be leaving but his experience and expertise won't be completely lost as next year he will work part-time to project manage the build of the new Gough Family Theatre and he is excited to see his final project come to fruition in 2023.
The Old Collegians Association would like to thank David for everything he has contributed over the years, and for making the College such a special place for all of our Old Collegians to return to.
We are looking forward to welcoming Justine Scott into the newly created role of Business and People Manager which she will start later in January. Justine is already well connected to the College with two grandfathers, Harry Kruse (OC 1938), Ian Scott (OC 1928), her father John Scott (OC 1963), two brothers, Cameron Scott (OC 1990) and James Scott (OC 1994) and several cousins who also attended St Andrew's.