Darren joined WGE in 1997 as a Graduate Civil Engineer. He became a Project Engineer in 2000 and moved to Busselton in late 2002 to become the Busselton Manager for approximately 3 years before moving back to Perth. In 2003, Darren became a Principal of WGE, in November 2012 was appointed as a Director and in July 2013 become the Perth Civil Section Manager. Darren is also a Councilor at UDIA and chairs the sustainability committee.
Outside of work
Darren enjoys family time with his wife Tracey and three children – Blake, Kade & Stella. As stress relief, he thrives for endurance events (finished several marathons and ironmans), still plays soccer, coaches soccer and enjoys fishing.
What will you bring to a project
With extensive experience in the land development sector in WA, I provide valuable upfront strategic vision and high level advocacy. I have a professional, enthusiastic, collaborative, friendly and fun attitude toward work that has contributed to a favorable rapport and respect within the industry. My work ethic and sense of ownership of all projects that I am involved in ensures I am driven toward delivering the best possible outcome for all stakeholders.
Industry accreditations / bodies
- Member, Institution of Engineers Australia
- UDIA Councilor & Chair of the Sustainability Committee
Delivered the first 500 lots of a master-planned community just north of Busselton. Innovative solutions were developed to dealing with fine residue remnant from mining operations and high groundwater that ultimately reduced construction costs considerably.
I would like to thank Darren Pesich for his dedication, expertise, performance and punctuality. Darren has always risen to the occasion when requested and has provided services over and above Wood & Grieve’s contractual requirements.