Justin started his career as a civil engineer in 1999 and has worked for a local authority and a civil contractor prior to his commencement at Wood & Grieve Engineers in 2006 as a Civil Engineer. In 2008 Justin was appointed to the position of Project Engineer and he became a Principal of the firm in July 2013.
Justin’s responsibilities at Wood & Grieve Engineers include engineering design, project management, client liaison, services planning, feasibility studies, contract administration, obtaining Authority approvals and superintendence of many civil engineering projects.
Justin is particularly involved in the overall 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.
Outside of work
Justin is married with two children and is a passionate sports enthusiast who enjoys watching and participating in a wide range of sport.
What will you bring to a project
I will bring a wealth of land development experience gained from working in Perth and the difficult Pilbara environment. Having worked in a range of different environments I will be able to provide my problem solving skills to assist my clients as they negotiate through the project from inception to title delivery.
• Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Curtin University of Technology (1998)
Industry accreditations / bodies
• Member, Institution of Engineers Australia
Lot 231 Helena Valley Road, Helena Valley
80 lot residential subdivision in Perth nestled in a country style setting. I was so impressed with the development I am now a resident! The design components for the project consisted of earthworks, retaining walls, sewer reticulation, water reticulation, roadworks, footpaths, underground power and street lighting.
Area K, South Hedland
A 125 lot residential subdivision in the Pilbara. The design components for the project consisted of earthworks, retaining walls, sewer reticulation, water reticulation, roadworks, footpaths, NBN Co., underground power and street lighting.
Pilbara’s Port City Growth Plan
This project consisted of the comprehensive review and reporting on the existing infrastructure within the Town of Port Hedland including the identification and high level cost estimation of the infrastructure required to meet the population growth aspirations of the Town.
The Park, which was completed ahead of time, under budgeted cost, and resulted in a product which was rapidly taken up in the market place. Moreover, issues which might normally arise in a project of this nature were few, and were dealt with by Wood & Grieve in a very professional and capable manner.
David Barnao, David Barnao & Co
Working with Tristan and Justin was first class, professional and an enjoyable experience and any issues were dealt with logically and expeditiously. Reporting was timely and in a succinct form. Of particular note, the final construction cost was well less than the contracted sum due to considerable savings in the provisional sums items. In summary, the services provided by WGE were excellent.
Stephen Seward, 3rdWave Capital
Wood and Grieve’s contribution to Elements was critical to the success of the project. The professionalism demonstrated by your team was exemplary and has directly resulted in Elements being regarded the best place to live in South Hedland. Wood and Grieve’s role in making Elements a success cannot be understated, particularly in light of the range of construction difficulties related to construction in the Pilbara we were required to overcome.