Founder and Director of CEEJ Developments Pty Ltd, Michael has been involved in all aspects of the property industry for over 30 years.
Michael established CEEJ after a long and successful career in real estate having owned and operated a number of high profile real estate businesses. He has also been involved in consulting to a number of real estate companies, training staff and developing their business profiles. Michael is a licensed real estate agent and auctioneer.
Michael’s role at CEEJ is to locate suitable development sites and determine their feasibility. He is also responsible for the design and conceptual development, liaising with relevant professionals and authorities. He oversees the construction process and formulates marketing strategies, monitoring sales and all market activity.
Michael also oversees the daily operations of the business, continuing to assess opportunities, selecting only those
he believes will be beneficial to all parties.
Vincent brings to CEEJ strong financial management skills which he has acquired as a business owner of a print/multi-media company for over 16 years.
As Business Development Manager for CEEJ, Vincent’s role is wide and varied. He is responsible for sourcing suppliers for construction and development, preparation of feasibility studies for various projects and attending to the financing needs of the business overall. Vincent is heavily involved in the planning and co-ordination of the construction phase of individual projects, liaising with local planners, councils, surveyors, engineers, architects and contractors for the duration of the project.
Vincent’s leadership qualities, strengths in financial management and drive in the service and property sectors are his proven attributes.
As Executive Assistant to Michael Biviano, Mary is responsible for overseeing all aspects of CEEJ Development’s building projects.
Mary has a strong background in business studies with excellent customer relations. Mary liaises with all of our project partners to ensure the timely completion of all works to the highest possible standard.
As Administration Manager for CEEJ, Julie’s role is to oversee the administration function of the business and is responsible for accounts and general office management including some book keeping. Julie also assists with the day to day financial management of the business.
Her strengths lie with excellent inter-personal skills and a thorough approach to all administrational tasks which she has developed over the past 20 years working closely with the principals of the business.
After completing a Bachelor of Business Accountancy, Raymond worked in the banking and finance sectors for many years before taking a position as assistant accountant in the commercial property industry.
A CPA with a broad knowledge of all accounting functions, Raymond uses his sound financial and business skills to maintain the accounts of CEEJ Developments and to ensure compliance with all legal and financial requirements.
After completing an Economics Degree with Honours at Monash University, Kerryn worked for many years in the demanding and complex field of industrial relations.
In 1995 Kerryn made a career change to real estate where she has been working in a research capacity, analysing economic conditions, preparing market reports, newsletters and submissions.
Kerryn’s role at CEEJ entails researching prevailing economic conditions of target areas, and conducting market analysis,
and assisting in the feasibility studies of various development projects.
Upon graduating from RMIT in 1990 with a Bachelor of Business Accountancy, Susan commenced employment with Duesburys Chartered Accountants eventually merging with Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. Susan was involved in all facets of the Business Services Division.
After eight years in the Chartered profession, Susan decided to apply her financial skills in industry as a Finance Advisor with a print/multi media company.
Now with CEEJ, Susan’s responsibilities include financial reporting and budgeting. Her sound and varied financial and business skills are utilised in formulating the financial analyses of development projects, conducting feasibility studies on projects undertaken and the general management of day to day financial matters of the business.
Christian is studying Building and Construction at RMIT. He is working with CEEJ on a part-time basis to help us negotiate the world of social media and online communications.