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Work starts on $14 million upgrade of Casino’s Saleyards

06 November 2017

Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan turned the sod on the first stage of the $14 million development of the Casino Saleyards last Wednesday. “If you are one of the 1200 people employed by the Meatworks, are a cattle producer, or a small business in the region, this $14 million redevelopment is great news,” Mr… Read More

Meeting Future Energy Needs In The Food & Beverage Processing Industry

30 October 2017

With wholesale energy prices in Australia predicted to rise by as much as 200% over the next three years, the need to manage energy costs in business is becoming urgent. Energy accounts for one of the most significant areas of cost for the majority of industrial businesses – especially those with temperature-intensive processes such as… Read More

AFGC State of the Industry 2017 Report: Food and Grocery Sector driving manufacturing Jobs

17 October 2017

The Australian Food and Grocery Council has called for targeted investment allowances for Australian food manufacturers, whilst releasing its 2017 State of the Industry report. The AFGC State of the Industry report also revealed that the AUD $127.4 billion Australian food and grocery sector added more than 7, 300 jobs in 2015-16. “We are seeing an increased… Read More

Wiley’s New Project To Employ 400,000 Workers

04 October 2017

Our Brisbane office has welcomed 400,000 new workers and residents on our rooftop in our latest project. The workers, eight colonies of honey bees, are set to produce over 360kg of honey each year. Wiley are collaborating with Bee One Third to produce a fantastic environment for the bees to create their honey. Wiley Managing… Read More

New $5.7M Wilsonton State High School hall takes shape

18 September 2017

Construction of Wilsonton State High School’s new $5.7 million multipurpose hall in Toowoomba is due to be completed by the end of the year. Today Wiley hosted Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk & Education Minister Kate Jones at Wilsonton State High School. Together with Wiley Senior Project Manager, Zane Bennett, the pair inspected progress on the construction… 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

Supporting Beau and Oxfam to make a difference

02 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

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