Supporting Beau and Oxfam to make a difference

23 August 2017

One of our team Beau Taylor is supporting Oxfam this weekend by taking part in Oxfam Trailwalker. We wish him all the best. If you would like to support Beau & his team “The Turtle Express 2” please click here to donate You can track their progress here throughout the walk. Tracker


21 August 2017

Delivering projects in live operational and clinical environments is often a complex challenge faced by those looking to expand, upgrade, refurbish or modernise their facilities or assets. Ideally, all projects would be delivered in a greenfield setting or separated from daily operational needs through long shutdowns, however we don’t live in an ideal world. To… Read More

Digital Design and Construction – Standing in the future of your facility

21 August 2017

This article was first published by Tom Wiley on LinkedIn, you can read the original post here. At Wiley we have invested in a HTC Vive headset that enables us to wash away the real world and immerse ourselves and our customers into the future of their facilities. The Vive virtual reality headset, in conjunction with our integrated 5D BIM delivery… Read More

Taking food safety to the floor

17 August 2017

This article was first published on Food Mag Online earlier this month. You can view the original article here. It may seem innocuous, but the level of attention that you pay to your factory floor will inevitably improve food and human safety in the workplace. Steven Impey takes a closer inspection. Finding a balance between… Read More

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 The ambulance station has become outdated and too small to accommodate current and anticipated growth for… Read More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