Kenny Dunn

Senior Project Manager 

M.Eng (Mechanical) Financial Management (with Distinction), PMP


c: +6421 496 212

Kenny trained in mechanical engineering, starting his career working with composite structural materials on offshore and nuclear applications.

With extensive contract management and project controls experience (in both the electrical and construction sectors), he has played a lead role in managing complex capital works projects (with values up to $15M).

Using various forms of contract and engagement models, Kenny has been working on power systems projects in NZ for almost 20 years, as both client and consultant.

​His experience in procurement, commissioning, consenting and design coordination is fuelled by a passion for development of infrastructure in Auckland, working on meaningful projects which contribute to the improvement of the city.

​With a background in traditional electricity assets, Kenny has an interest in organisational management and new technology, specifically those initiatives which will help the country meet its environmental targets. 

Current and previous Senior PM and Operations Management roles have found Kenny overseeing quality and safety systems management and development, portfolio and programme management. 

​Kenny prefers being at the business/delivery end of projects, out in the field, utilising his excellent relationship skills.

Kenny's previous project experience



  • Thomas Building Refit Works ($40m+)


  • 25kV Supply for Rail Electrification

  • Feeders for new Zone Substation, Counties Power

  • HV Network Redevelopment, Auckland District Health Board

  • Solar Farm Feasibility Study

  • Auckland Hospital Cogeneration Plant Installation

  • Vector Undergrounding Programme - Design ($300k- $10m)

  • Hans Substation Redevelopment ($3m)

  • Ngawha OEC4 Power Station Construction

  • Maraetai Substation Redevelopment ($3m)

  • Clendon Substation Cabling ($11m)



  • Manurewa Block Undergrounding ($10m)


  • GRP Mudmats, Caspian Sea, for Halliburton ($2.4m)

  • Halgavor Bridge