Milind Kumar appointed Fellow by AIPM in Australia


10 February 2014 – Sydney, Australia – The Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) has announced that Milind Kumar has been elected an AIPM Fellow.  The appointment was effective14 December 2013.

The level of Fellow requires that an AIPM member to have been a member for no less than 10 years, render exceptional service to AIPM, be employed and prominent in project management, and provide noteworthy examples of qualifications and published works.    The recognition honours select, highly experienced and credentialed project managers for their outstanding contributions to the industry.

140210-pmwj20-kumar-IMAGEAccording to the AIPM announcement, Mr. Kumar’s internationally significant achievements and long track record of outstanding service to the institute and to the project management profession in Australia have made him a recognised expert in the field, both nationally and internationally.  He joins a select few other AIPM members who have been awarded this prestigious appointment.

Milind Kumar has more than 29 years of experience in the project, engineering, construction and general management of multi-disciplinary, high-value, large-scale projects.  His career has led him around the world to projects in Australia, India, the Middle East and the UK.  His highly successful track record of project deliver culminated this year with the widely recognized, multi-award winning $1.824 billion Adelaid Desalination Project, located in South Australia (which won 2013 project-of-the-year honors from both the International Project Management Association in Europe and the Project Management Institute in the United States).

According to Mr. Kumar on the AIPM fellow appointment, “Receiving the fellowship is a personal thrill for me and a great honor.  I’m very proud of the achievement which would not have been possible without the support of the fantastic teams within which I have worked.”

Formed in 1976, AIPM has been instrumental in progressing the profession of project management in Australia over the past 35 years.  AIPM’s role is to improve the knowledge, skills and competence of project team members, project managers and project directors.  AIPM’s vision is to be recognized by business, industry, and government as the key promoter, developer, and leader in project management professionalism.  AIPM is the Australian national member of the International Project Management Association (IPMA).  More about AIPM at www.aipm.com.au. 

Source: AIPM