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

Wiley Propak Wrap Up

20 June 2017

Last week, Wiley’s Andrew Newby and JK Yong from our Kuala Lumpur Office attended Propak Bangkok 2017. In this blog, JK takes us through their top finds and observations for food processors and manufacturers. Propak is an annual expo where all Food & Beverage industry players are present either to show off their latest product… Read More

Bundaberg Rum Distillery Brings Home Global Awards for Visitor Experience

16 June 2017

A huge congratulations to Bundaberg Rum who have taken out more prestigious awards, this time for their new visitor experience delivered by Wiley. We are proud to have been involved in this exciting project that set the benchmark for visitor centres worldwide. Below is the article from Bundaberg Rum’s website and a link to our Project Profile.  From… Read More

How to Save Energy in a Food Facility

13 June 2017

You could be forgiven for thinking the cost of energy is spiraling out of control. Electricity is a rising commodity for all businesses; an ever-growing expense with a double-whammy effect on everyone’s hip pocket – not only are we paying a small fortune on our personal electricity bills at home, but the booming price of… Read More

Reduce Your Power Bill With Covered Anaerobic Lagoons For Your Meat Processing Facility

06 June 2017

With the rising costs in energy, red meat processors are taking a fresh look at alternative forms of energy to cut cost. In this article, Heath Barker, Wiley’s Process Engineer talks about the latest trends in Covered Anaerobic Lagoon (CAL) systems and how they need to be nurtured to achieve maximum benefits for red meat… Read More

LIVE updates – The Food and Grocery Australia 2017 conference

24 May 2017

Social updates from The Food and Grocery Australia 2017 conference as it happened in Brisbane, Australia on the 24-25th May 2017 [View the story “Join the conversation #AFGC17” on Storify]

MLA invest $10M to subsidise DEXA installations

23 May 2017

The Australian red meat industry leads the world in standards and quality and the industry is working hard to leverage our advantage in this area. Innovation is a critical part of the industry’s efforts to stay on the front foot. In recent times a lot of effort has gone into developing world leading technology for… Read More

Rattling the Cold Chain – Complete Compliance at NCMC

15 May 2017

This article was first published in Food and Drink Business. You can read the original here. The Northern Co-operative Meat Company Ltd (NCMC) is a co-operatively owned service provider with a long tradition in maintaining and enhancing the manufacture, marketing and distribution of the finest quality food products to the world. The Co-operative is recognised… Read More

Shovels ready for start of construction of $7.73 million Singleton Regional Livestock Market Upgrade

09 May 2017

A sod-turning ceremony at the Singleton Regional Livestock Market yesterday officially heralded the start of construction of the $7.73 million upgrade of the Gresford Road facility. Wiley representatives were on hand as the appointed contractors to celebrate and congratulate the Singleton Council on the project milestone. Upper Hunter MP Michael Johnsen. and the Mayor of… Read More