Bioenergy Strong 2018 – Conference Highlights

01 November 2018

Wiley food and bioenergy facility specialists recently attended ‘Bioenergy Strong 2018 Conference’, in Brisbane, Queensland. A key focus of the conference was the future of Australia’s bio-economy. Conference sessions included how Australia compares to the rest of the world in this field, what barriers and challenges there are to preventing growth, and how we can… Read More

Chemring Boosts Operations With Facility Expansion

30 October 2018

Chemring is boosting its operations to position itself to supply countermeasures for the F35-Lightning II (Joint Strike Fighter) with an expansion to their existing facility, designed, engineered and constructed by Wiley. As part of the project, Chemring will expand its state-of-the-art countermeasure and pyrotechnic manufacturing facility in Lara – which is already one of the… Read More

Geopolymer & High-Blend Cement – A pathway To A Lower Carbon Footprint

15 October 2018

Environmental Leadership Is As Simple As Asking A Question As I hold the small grey cube in my hand, it feels weighty – in more ways than one. There is a sense of expectation in the materials lab, as if this one little concrete sample will one day grow up to save the world, as… Read More

Australia’s Largest Charity Kitchen To Cook Millions Of Meals In Brisbane Delivered By Wiley

09 October 2018

FareShare have today fired up the ovens of a kitchen the size of a basketball court to cook surplus food into free, nutritious meals for Queenslanders in need. The bold initiative to fight hunger and food waste is an exciting collaboration between leading food charity FareShare, which cooks rescued food at scale, and Foodbank, Australia’s… Read More

Blockchain: Linking The Food Industry 

01 October 2018

This article is the first in a series on blockchain by Wiley and its place in the future of the food industry. The series will explore precisely what blockchain, or the distributed ledger, actually is. We’ll look at how it is or could be implemented in the food industry, the challenges for implementation and real-life… Read More

Wiley Volunteer To Keep Australia’s Largest Charity Kitchen Safe

28 September 2018

Over the weekend a bunch of Wiley employees volunteered at Australia’s largest charity kitchen to install STOMMPY bollards and safety protection equipment. The safety protection equipment will go a long way to keeping the hundreds of volunteers safe in the facility and ensuring the facility is protected. FareShare is currently building the charity kitchen in… Read More

Ridley Extrusion Plant Progressing

24 September 2018

Ridley Corporations new extrusion plant located in Westbury, Tasmania designed and delivered by Wiley, is advancing on schedule with the main structure now beginning to take shape. This significant milestone is a key success for the project team and its focus to deliver the state of the art facility for Tasmania and Ridley. Ground services,… Read More

New Wilsonton State High School Multi-Purpose Hall Opening

05 September 2018

Wiley were honoured to attend the official opening and dedication of the Wilsonton State High School multi-purpose hall last week, which was delivered by Wiley earlier this year. The dedication was led by Hon Grace Grace MP, Minister for Education and Minister for Industrial relations, with many honourable guests in attendance including local leaders and… Read More

Saint Stephen’s College Music Centre Nears Completion

04 September 2018

Saint Stephen’s College students will soon be stepping into their new state-of-the-art two storey music centre which is now entering the finishing stages of the project, delivered by Wiley. The music centre will support the development of future gifted musicians at the College. Wiley Business Operations Director, Simon Spittle said “I am really looking forward… Read More

QSL Project Update: Things Are Looking Up

03 September 2018

The roof replacement, recladding and strengthening project in Bundaberg at Queensland Sugar Limited (QSL) is well underway, with Wiley having been on site since May. The project involves the roof replacement and recladding of galbestos on two existing bulk sugar terminals, spanning over 30,000m2 for STL, the owners of the State’s Bulk Sugar Terminals (BSTs)… Read More