Experts from all areas of the property industry provide the full range of services and knowledge necessary to deliver GREAT REAL ESTATE Assets FOR OUR CLIENTS.

Managing Director

Aaron Liu

Aaron is Managing Director of CPDM. Aaron possesses both a Bachelor’s degree of Science and a Bachelor’s degree of Civil Engineering. He is a qualified civil engineer and holds a Security Risk Management certificate IV.

Aaron entered the construction industry in 2003, working as a Senior Project Manager at Winton Associates – a specialist project management and engineering services consultancy launched at 1978. He has also worked as a site manager for various residential projects.


27 – 33 Oaks Avenue, Dee Why, 15 level mixed use development of 250 residential units, commercial and retail ($120 million)

22 – 24 Atchison Road, St Leonards, mixed use development of 200 residential units, commercial and retail ($110 million)

21 – 25 Bigge Street, Liverpool, 200 residential unit development ($90 million)

01 – 05 Link Road, Zetland, mixed use development of 189 residential units and 6,000 sqm of commercial ($70 million)

17 – 25 Essex Street, Epping, 90 residential unit development ($30 million)

15 – 19 Essex Street, Epping, 76 residential unit development ($24 million)

50 – 86 Dunning Avenue, Rosebery, 54 townhouses development design stage ($22 million)

09 – 11 Atchison Street, St Leonards, 16 levels mixed use commercial offices and 48 residential units ($20 million)

Design, master-planning and contract administering of Prince of Wales Hospital Neuroscience Research Precinct, GFA approximately 40,000 sqm ($300 million)


Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Civil Engineering

Senior Development Manager

Michael Gee

Michael has been on the client side in development and project management for over 20 years. Although he’s worked on nationwide projects, a majority have been Sydney CBD-based and included commercial offices, universities, churches, accommodation and infrastructure.

Michael has a proven track record in diverse and dynamic projects that require strong relationship skills and an organised, high level competency in project management and resource and time management.


Neuroscience Research Precinct Extension and redevelopment for Australia (>$200 million)

North Sydney Station upgrade ($88 million)

University of Notre Dame Australia Master Planning and Expansion (>$20 million)

Benedict XVI Retreat Centre for the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney ($16 million)

St Barnabas Church redevelopment, Ultimo ($16 million)


Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)

Diploma of Project Management

Senior Development and Project Manager

Ross Norton

Ross is an accomplished development Project Director with an extensive array of skills that range from site selection, feasibility, investment analysis and team management to Government Authority liaising, project finance and investment sales. Over the course of his extensive career, Ross has successfully operated in multiple investment and development cycles. He has the proven ability to lead and direct the master planning, project and development management of complex projects to achieve economically sound and strategic outcomes.


IMAX Theatre, The Ribbon at Darling Harbour (Stage 2)

160 Pacific Highway, North Sydney

617-621 Pacific Highway, St Leonards

39 Chandos Street, St Leonards

100 Christie Street, St Leonards

55 Clarence Street, Sydney

80 Christie Street, St Leonards (mixed-use re-development)

2-6 Northcote Street, St Leonards (proposed mixed-use development)

4-10 Milner Street, Artarmon (mixed-use development)

Roseville RSL Club, Sydney (mixed-use development)

52-68 Alfred Street, Milsons Point (mixed-use development)

871-877 Pacific Highway, Chatswood (mixed-use development)

8 West Street, North Sydney (mixed-use development)

20 Berry Street, North Sydney (mixed-use development)

122-124 Walker Street, North Sydney (mixed-use development)

170 Pacific Highway, St Leonards (mixed-use development)


BE Architecture, University of NSW

Senior Development and Project Manager

Oliver Crosse

Oliver has over 30 years’ professional experience within the property development industry. A highly experienced project manager, he is technically, commercially and strategically acute in all areas of project delivery – from due diligence and site acquisition to preliminary design, statutory approvals, construction and sales. Oliver has played a major role in a variety of complex projects including major multi-storey residential, mixed-use and commercial buildings, hospital, aged care, entertainment and educational developments.

He also managed the NSW development arm of a leading ASX listed REIT, ran his own construction company, managed large single and multi-disciplinary engineering consultancies and lectured in construction management at UNSW.


Rhodes Waterside Residential Development

Dalgety Towers, Townsville

Advanx, Rushcutters Bay

The Mantra, Kent Street, Sydney

Port Jackson Tower, Milsons Point

Christie Street, St Leonards

257-269 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction

Pulpit Point, Hunters Hill

King Street Wharf, Darling Harbour

Finger Wharf, Woolloomooloo


BE Civil Engineering

Senior Project Manager

Mark Middlebrook

Mark has over 30 years of practical project management experience in the construction industry. Most project assignments have been on the Client side managing projects from inception to contract completion.

Mark has great relationships with both consultants and builders. He’s worked on most project types and possesses a comprehensive knowledge of contracts in both drafting and administration. Mark works with the proven systems that manage all aspects of project delivery in time, cost, scope, quality and risk.


Project Director and Head of Project Management for Macquarie University Property
Most notable achievements and responsibilities included:

  • D&C with A.W. Edwards as contractor including an Automatic Storage Retrieval System for 1.3 million volumes for the new Macquarie University Library ($90 million)
  • D&C with Watpac as contractor consisting of an integrated fitout of mixed use and specialist rooms including general office space, audiology rooms, anechoic chamber, photonics labs and Magnetoencephalography (MEG) unit for the Hearing Hub Building ($90 million – 25,000 GFA)
  • Integrated learning commons – adaptive re-use of an old library ($9 million)

CEO & Managing Director of Middlebrook & Associates (Clients included Restifa, Investa, Defence Housing, Systemcorp, Queenwood School, Abacus Funds Management and others. )
Most notable achievements and responsibilities included:

  • The Bathurst Marketplace Shopping Centre – full PM from inception to completion ($90 million);
  • The Aspley Village Shopping Centre, Brisbane in QLD – full PM from inception to completion ($60 million);
  • The Morriset Shopping Centre in Newcastle – Development Application for Development Consultants International and Coles Myer Property Developments ($30 million);
  • The supermarket expansions at Engadine, Earlwood, Curtin, Epping and Asquith in Sydney, Initiation – DA preparation and design development for Coles Supermarkets ($20 million)

Senior Project Manager at Colin Ging & Partners
Most notable achievements and responsibilities included:

  • The Sydney Aquarium expansion and great barrier reef exhibit ($35 million);
  • The Glass Pavilion Foyer at Chatswood Zenith Towers, Sydney for the SASB ($9 million);


Bachelor of Civil Engineering

Masters of Science (Construction Project Management)

Quality Management Certificate

Member of the Australian Institute of Project Management

Member of TEFMA (Tertiary Education Facilities Management Association)

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