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This month you can get to know Phil Baker, who has recently joined Engenium’s Brisbane office in Queensland as a Senior Study Manager. Phil has had a lengthy career spanning 40 years’ as a Metallurgical Engineer. He is now semi-retired but still helps Engenium out with projects whenever he is needed.

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Engenium encourages and promotes the development of current leaders and future leaders in the business through targeted training and development programs. As well as sending emerging leaders on a tailored 12 month Leadership Development Program, and Wayne Peel and David Sourbutts having active Board roles with the Entrepreneurs Organisation, Engenium has also joined WA Leaders 3-year Executive Leaders Series. 

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This week we had Scott Grimley from EY come in and talk to us about the Top 10 Business Risks and Opportunities in 2020. Once again, license to operate will remain the biggest business risk facing mining and metals companies.

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Engenium was involved in assisting CBH Group optimise, repair and upgrade the shiploaders at Kwinana Port in Western Australia. CBH Group is continually looking to extend the life of its assets.

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Brad Dockrill wears many hats here at Engenium. As well as being our Newcastle office’s Principal Engineer and Engineering Manager he is also a part of the executive management team, making contributions regarding strategic planning and business development. He is particularly skilled and experienced in corrosion prevention, structural assessment and asset management. Find out more about Brad in this month’s quick chat interview.

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David Sourbutts and Peter Wells will both be presenting a paper at this year’s World Engineers Convention in Melbourne, which is being held in Australia for the first time on 20-22 November 2019.

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In February Engenium completed the design of a level crossing upgrade in the City of Swan, to cope with forecasted traffic increases, due to a new residential subdivision being released by Satterley Property Group.

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Jamie Armstrong is the Regional Manager of the Pilbara region in Western Australia and is located in our Karratha office. Contrary to how most people feel about this dry and very dusty corner of Western Australia, Jamie loves it. Find out more about Jamie in this month’s quick chat interview.

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Yesterday we held our quarterly Engenium Insight Breakfast Briefing and were lucky to have Peter Dyball from Pit Crew Management Consulting Services presenting to a room full of mining and resource professionals. Peter gave us an overview of the current state of Western Australia’s major projects and labour market and his view on how this will change over the next few years.

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Peter Wells is our Principal Mechanical Engineer in the Newcastle office, New South Wales. He currently works on site as part of the owner’s team. Peter previously spent 20 years with Weir working in both their Australia and UK offices. He has recently got into teaching and now teaches a TAFE class one evening a week on Project Management. Find out more about Peter in this month’s quick chat interview.

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