Julia Felmeri

Strategic Director, ESG | Global


Julia leads Multiplex’s Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) strategy.

She is part of Multiplex’s global executive committee and is a Corporate Advisory Board member of the World Green Building Council.

Julia joined Multiplex in 2021 following eight years with Multiplex’s parent company Brookfield, where she held a number of senior strategy and acquisition related positions within Brookfield Infrastructure’s Asia Pacific operations. She also had oversight of Brookfield Infrastructure Australia’s ‘Diversity and Inclusion’ and ‘Environmental, Social and Governance’ programs.

Julia has had over 20 years’ experience leading merger and acquisition transitions, strategy and sustainability functions, and governance initiatives, including Board level experience, at Multiplex, Brookfield, Newmont Mining and KPMG.

Julia holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Flinders University and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Institute of Internal Auditors. She also has professional certifications through ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association).

She is located in Sydney, Australia.


Multiplex is a premier construction company with a simple purpose: to construct a better future.

Established in Australia in 1962, we are known for shaping skylines and delivering iconic projects around the world.

With expertise across the entire property sector, we have delivered more than 1,000 projects with a combined value in excess of US$90 billion.

Our people believe we can outperform in everything we do. In any situation, we challenge ourselves to do more or better, to harness opportunities and realise potential for our people, projects, communities and industry.

Multiplex is backed by the financial stability and global relationships of our parent company, Brookfield, one of the world's largest alternative asset managers.



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