Wildara's ongoing mission is to deliver excellence in project management and engineering, and to create an organisation with which stakeholders are proud to associate. As part of our mission, a major focus for Wildara is Quality. Over the past year, we have been working hard to develop a Quality Management System which defines how we
Earlier this month, Wildara assisted Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) deliver Culvert Inspection and Risk Assessment training for external consultants – held in Russell Vale, NSW. Since 2008, RMS has collected asset data on more than 80,000 culverts (stormwater) around the state. The process initially comprised of the following two stages: culvert inventory collection culvert
Wildara is excited to announce that it will be kicking off the delivery of the $230m nationwide Explosive Ordnance Logistics Reform Program (EOLRP) Project with Jacobs Engineering having been assigned Project Manager and Contract Administrator for Project Element 4 and Project Element 5 located at Myambat Ammunition/Explosives Depot and RAAF Base Williamtown respectively. The project
Wildara enjoys an excellent reputation not only with respect to the quality and delivery of our work but the way we uphold our core values when we conduct our business. To help our company maintain the highest ethical standards we have recently published our Guidelines on Professional Conduct and Code of Ethics. Our Code of Ethics
Newcastle is in a construction boom with more than $1.6b of development in the pipeline. Development activity significantly increased in the first half of 2017, due to the $583m Light Rail and Interchange projects, with a total of nearly $900m of construction underway across the city. Newcastle has received $2b worth of private investment since
Recently Wildara undertook a joint venture with the University of Newcastle’s School of Industrial Design. Graduating students were challenged to design a durable and self-sustaining accommodation system, referred to as a Rapid Deployment Accommodation Pod (RDAP), that could be applied to situations including disaster relief, defence and intelligence operations, remote reconnaissance and remote project management.
With over $23 Billion worth of rail infrastructure currently under construction in NSW, it’s no wonder Project Engineering was just announced by Seek as the fastest-growing job classification in Australia. Project Engineering recorded growth of over 55% in the past twelve months nationally, and in NSW, demand grew by an impressive 92%. The high demand