A Special Visit from the Doctor – A focus on Asia for Australian Food Manufacturers

16 August 2017

Last week Wiley had the pleasure of hosting Professor David Hughes (AKA Dr Food), an internationally acclaimed expert and speaker on global food industry developments. Professor Hughes spent the day with Wiley and few of our friends (including clients, project partners, suppliers and other food industry players). Professor Hughes joined us for a special presentation… Read More

Solid Foundations for Coral Gardens Ambulance Station

15 August 2017

It’s been a busy few months with the Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) for Wiley, preparing the current QAS site for construction while finalising the design of the replacement Coral Gardens Ambulance Station, located at Mermaid Waters on the Gold Coast. The ambulance station has become outdated and too small to accommodate current and anticipated growth for… Read More

Dunga Derby – Driving Towards A Better Future

04 August 2017

The Hervey Bay Rally for a Cause Dunga Derby is on this weekend, with more than 52 cars packed up and ready for the coast to country rally, raising funds for a great cause. Wiley are proud to be sponsoring Surveyors @ Work  rally car, a beasty black Ford – Car 01 Mud, Sweat & Beers!… Read More

National Saleyard Expo: Future-proofing & Technology Key to Industry Future

01 August 2017

The Australian Livestock Markets Association (ALMA), held their National Saleyards Expo in Rockhampton, Queensland last week. Wiley attends events like this to gain a stronger understanding of the industry landscape and connect with industry leaders. Wiley’s Jon Martin was among those in attendance, here’s his summary. In company with saleyard industry stakeholders from all over… Read More

Making better business decisions with Artificial Intelligence

20 July 2017

If only Arnold Schwarzenegger had toned down his terrifying Terminator, we might all be more willing to embrace the concept of Artificial Intelligence – because in real life, AI has plenty to offer your business and its bottom line. Where do we start? The applications are vast, and so are the potential savings. Brett Wiskar… Read More

Three ways to cut your energy costs

14 July 2017

First published in Food & Drink Business Online Wiley senior process engineer Scott Hebbard explores the energy issue, and how to manage it. The rising cost of energy is a hot topic. This pressure on Australia’s food processing industry and the market again brings the focus on reining in the cost of powering operations. In… Read More

EU-Aust trade talks may need a bit of beef

10 July 2017

An Aussie barbecue could be the nation’s secret weapon in winning over sceptical European MPs for a free-trade deal. European Council President Donald Tusk used the weekend G20 leaders summit to tell Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull the EU was keen to settle a trade pact with Australia as soon as possible. But the road ahead… Read More

Hervey Bay Hospital reaching new heights with Wiley

07 July 2017

Hervey Bay Hospital reached a major milestone last week on Stage 1 of the Emergency Redevelopment project, with the handover of the new helipad and carpark from Wiley to Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service. The project commenced in early January 2017 with Wiley, who design and build facilities, being named as the head contractor…. Read More

QLD Health Grows Coastal Ambulance Services with Wiley

23 June 2017

Wiley Awarded QLD Health Ambulance Station at Mermaid Waters Queensland Health, through Building and Asset Services, has awarded Wiley the design and construction of the replacement Coral Gardens Ambulance Station at Mermaid Waters. The new station will assist QLD Health to meet the demands for ambulance services in Mermaid Waters and surrounding districts. The current… Read More

Construction underway at $5m Wilsonton High School hall delivered by Wiley

21 June 2017

Education Minister Kate Jones today turned the first sod to mark the start of construction of the $5 million multipurpose hall at Wilsonton State High School. “The Wilsonton High school community have been calling for this new hall for many years and I’m so pleased that construction will now get underway on this important community… Read More