Grahame Campbell


Grahame Campbell was born in 1943, and grew up in the Sydney suburb of Kyeemagh. He studied engineering at the University of New South Wales while also fostering a love of music, and went on to work for the NSW Railways before joining CMPS, a consultancy where he would eventually rise to become CEO. His later career has involved directorships at CMPS&F, Anaconda Nickel, ACEA, SWR, USC and Iluka Resources. Today he travels extensively, and still plays jazz.


Clarinets, Pipelines and Unforeseen Places: The Evolution of an Engineer
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 118,830. Language: English. Published: March 11, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs, Nonfiction » Biography » Business biography
In “Clarinets, Pipelines and Unforeseen Places,” Grahame Campbell tells the story of a world-spanning career in engineering that took him from the first steps as an undergraduate student all the way to the decision-rooms of power—while playing jazz along the way.

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clarinetists    consulting    engineering    engineers    jazz    mining    oil    oil and gas    resources    saxophonists