Rob Gay

Partner, Engineering & Asset Management

KPMG Australia

Rob is a partner in the Engineering & Asset Management team within KPMG's Infrastructure, Assets & Places division. He is passionate about helping organisations use their state of knowledge to make better asset management decisions that increase productivity, manage risk, reduce costs and improve safety.

Rob offers more than 30 years of hands-on experience in the leadership, management and sustainable growth of strategic consulting and Asset Management Solutions in Asia, Australia, New Zealand, UK and around the world.

His success is complemented by his authentic leadership shadow, which is fundamentally underpinned by integrity, inspiration, inclusion and innovation. Rob combines this authentic leadership style, business acumen and technical capability to successfully build high performing teams that implement innovative Asset Management partnerships and solutions for Utilities, Government, Defence, Mining, Power Generation and Infrastructure sectors.

Rob's key focus areas are building relationships of high value that are genuine and rooted in trust, implementing and enabling business knowledge, innovation, and insight to create distinctive value for his clients and operating and collaborating effectively with a mindset that transcends geographic, gender and cultural boundaries.

  • Infrastructure
  • Infrastructure management
  • Operating Effectiveness
  • Power and Utilities
  • Productivity improvements
  • Water
  • Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering Management, University of Portsmouth, 2008

  • Level 7, Engineering Management, UK National Framework, City and Guilds of London Institute

  • Certified Reliability Centered Maintenance Practitioner and Trainer

  • Certified Asset Manager (CAM)

  • Chartered Marine Engineer

  • Chartered Mechanical Engineer

  • Affiliate Member, Chartered Accountants (Australia and New Zealand)

  • Member, Institute of Marine Engineers, Science and Technology