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Elnaz van Vuuren

Senior Project Manager

B.Eng: Bachelor of Engineering – Electrical and Electronics (Honours)

021 2368546

Elnaz van Vuuren

With over a decade of hands-on experience in the electrical industry, Elnaz has a wealth of knowledge in all aspects of the power industry to enable her to lead effortlessly and efficiently.

Her track record in managing networks as well as projects stem from her dedication to making a positive difference and doing the right thing.

Elnaz’s career began at Vector where she managed to gain valuable experience in asset management and a clear perspective on what to look out for to deliver an appropriate piece of infrastructure, not only to cater for project needs but also the operation of the asset in the years to come.

Her strength lies in her experience across the project life cycle, from initiation to planning, tendering and managing the design phase, procurement and contract negotiation, stakeholder management whilst keeping a keen eye on Safety and Health during all stages of the project.

Elnaz is a skilled problem solver, regularly adding value to the contracts by providing cost effective solutions to unexpected problems. With a natural ability to see the big picture, and the finer detail, she is an asset to any project she works on.

Elnaz's previous project experience


  • Vector Battery Bank Trial in Substations, Vector, Auckland, 2014-2016

  • Brookfield OIP, Vector, Auckland, 2021

  • PC40 Switchgear Replacement, Auckland Airport, Auckland, 2019

  • Data Centre HV Equipment Installation Auckland, 2021


  • Auckland Airport Development Plan – Landside and Domestic Jet Facility, Auckland Airport, 2019-2020

  • PCIntake Reinforcement and Future Proofing, Auckland Airport, Auckland, 2017-2020

  • NZTA Motorway Infrastructure Enabling Works – Vector Service RelocationsVector, Auckland, 2011-2016

  • NZTA Northern Corridor Improvements Project ($700m overall budget)

  • NZTA Lincoln to Westgate Project ($110m+ overall budget)

  • NZTA Puhoi to Warkworth ($700m overall budget)

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