Andrew Logie


Key Skills

  • Excellent relationship management and customer focus
  • Insightful analytical thinker
  • Excels in a team environment
  • Strong research and synthesis skills
  • Highly motivated and proactive
  • Governance reporting and support
  • Exceptional attention to detail

Andrew joined Tregaskis Brown as a consultant in December 2018, after completing a Bachelor of Commerce, Majoring in Accounting and Finance, and Minoring in Commercial Law.

Highly adaptable, Andrew has been able to provide invaluable support to the wider team at Tregaskis Brown in a variety of different ways.  He is a motivated and focused individual, who has a strong ability to quickly grasp new concepts which allows him to complete and deliver tasks on time.  Andrew’s excellent analytical skills and keen eye for detail also ensure the quality of his work. 

Clients regard Andrew as highly personable and they appreciate the energy and enthusiasm he brings to his work.  His ability to forge strong relationships with those around him is invaluable, allowing him to excel in team environments.


  • Better Business Case Foundation Certificate – APMG International (2019)
  • Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Accounting and Finance with a minor in Commercial Law – Victoria University of Wellington

Recent Experience

  • Manatū Taonga / MINISTRY FOR CULTURE AND HERITAGE – Programme coordinator and reporting analyst for the COVID Response Programme.
  • WAKA KOTAHI / NZ TRANSPORT AGENCY – Business case writer for an award-winning National Resilience Programme Business Case (working in partnership with Tonkin+Taylor).
  • MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE – Project coordinator and financial analyst for the third business case for the APEC21 Programme.
  • MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE – Programme Coordinator for the APEC21 Security Programme.
  • PORIRUA CITY COUNCIL – Project coordination support for a significant public consultation process for the Porirua Adventure Park.