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Michael Brock

Michael Brock

QLD State Manager and Senior Engineering Loss Adjuster, Charles Taylor Adjusting

Mobile+61 477 500 322

Level 3,
87 Wickham Terrace
Spring Hill


Construction and engineering, major property, plant and equipment, construction liability

About This Individual
  • Michael is a Chartered Loss Adjuster and Engineer with more than 30 years industry experience in engineering investigation, planning, design and construction across a range of sectors with a focus on claims emanating from the construction, mining, energy and utility industries. Michael is also our Queensland State Manager where he leads a multi-disciplinary team for CTA’s local and international clients.
  • He holds previous experience as a consulting engineer in the design and construction of a diverse range of projects including roads, highways, bridges, dams, landfills, residential subdivisions and stream diversions for private and government clients. Significant experience in contract administration, hydrological and hydraulic analysis of floods, geotechnical analysis of slopes and embankments and design of pavements for highways and airports.
  • Michael brings a wealth of engineering industry experience and expertise to loss adjusting and has been involved in a number of multi-million dollar construction and property losses emanating from cyclone, flood, workmanship and design issues.

Professional Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering
  • MIE Aust
  • Registered Professional Engineer (Qld)
  • Graduate Diploma in Management
  • Diploma of Loss Adjusting
  • Certified Insurance Professional (ANZIIF)

Notable Assignments

  • Multi-million dollar losses on Gateway Motorway project for Queensland Government
  • Numerous losses for ASX listed Contractors throughout Queensland spanning several years
  • Major construction losses from Cyclone Debbie