Jermayne joined Wood & Grieve Engineers in 1994 as a Graduate Civil Engineer and in April 1998 became a Civil Project Engineer. In July 1999 Jermayne became a Principal of Wood & Grieve Engineers and currently is a major shareholder of the firm.
Jermayne’s responsibilities at Wood & Grieve Engineers include high level engineering design, project management, client liaison, services planning, feasibility studies, project reviews, contract administration, obtaining Authority approvals and superintendence of civil engineering projects.
Jermayne is particularly involved in the overall project inception, planning, detailed engineering design and superintendence of bulk earthworks, roadworks, sewer reticulation, stormwater drainage, retaining walls, water, gas and underground power reticulation for civil engineering and land development projects. This includes extensive experience with all facets of subdivisional development in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, having completed over 40 projects in the area.
Jermayne has extensive knowledge of the land development process in Western Australia, across a broad range of disciplines, complementing his civil engineering skills and is able to proactively drive projects to a successful outcome for his clients.
Outside of work
Outside work Jermayne enjoys traveling, swimming and spectating at various sporting events.
What will you bring to a project
Having widespread experience delivering over 300 land development and civil infrastructure projects in over 20 years at WGE, I am able to provide each project team very strategic guidance to efficiently achieve successful project outcomes. This includes the provision of high level advocacy utilising extensive industry knowledge. I also have significant experience delivering numerous projects in the Pilbara region, enabling me to impart this unique knowledge directly to the project team
• BE (Civil), University of Western Australia (1993)
• Chartered Professional Engineer
• National Professional Engineers Register – Civil
Industry accreditations / bodies
• Member, Institution of Engineers Australia
800 lot subdivision development in Karratha, involving major infrastructure upgrades, fast tracked to ease resources boom accommodation crisis.
Prestigious 650 lot subdivision in Canning Vale incorporating extensive bulk earthworks, lake creation and infrastructure installation.