Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content


Thank You!

A representative will be in contact with you shortly.

Emma is an Assistant Project Manager of Project and Development Services for JLL New Zealand.

With 12 years of professional experience in project management and events management, Emma is adept at leading the end-to-end delivery of high profile projects and managing relationships with clients and stakeholders. She ensures projects are delivered on time and meet both budget and business requirements.

Throughout her career, Emma has developed key strengths such as; embedding strong budgetary command, delivering significant savings throughout projects, providing robust leadership to ensure client satisfaction during the project, development of risk management processes to provide control of multiple and concurrent projects, and strong conceptual and innovative thinking with a technical understanding of project requirements.

With a strong background in interior architecture, Emma is has utilised her knowledge across a range of property sectors including commercial, retail, education and health.

Relevant projects

Commercial and Office
  • WPP – 1,650sqm office fitout.
  • Goldman Sachs – Auckland HQ office fitout.
  • AMP Insurance – 500sqm new office fitout.

  • DFS Customhouse – 5,000sqm integrated retail fitout with 40+ tenancies, plus basebuild & heritage upgrade.
  • DFS Auckland Airport – retail fitout of five tenancies.
  • Mt Wellington Shopping Centre – façade refurbishment
  • SkyCity Entertainment Group – various projects

  • Manukau Institute of Technology – Tertiary fitout for Nursing and Health Faculty.

Education and affiliations

  • BA undergraduate in Interior Architecture (Distinction)
  • BA in Visual Arts – Sculpture Major (University of Auckland)
  • Scholarship in second, third and fourth years and awarded Final Year Prize


  • Project management
  • Design management
  • Procurement
  • Contract administration
  • Budget management
  • Risk and value management
  • Stakeholder management