Mark is a recent addition to the Wood & Grieve team, joining the company in July 2015. Mark is a mechanical engineer and has a strong background in Defence, Health and Laboratory projects and has also lead sustainability initiatives in projects particularly surrounding NCC-BCA Section J and Defence Building Energy Performance compliance. Further, Mark has undertaken lead engineering and design management roles on Fuel storage and distribution projects including the assessment of hazardous areas often associated with these facilities.
Outside of work
Outside of work, Mark is a keen cyclist and golfer and has aspirations of being a motor racing driver (… one day). Mark also loves spending time with his wife and their Pug/Chihuahua canine companion Aggie.
What will you bring to a project
I like to bring a collaborative and positive attitude to each project and nurture an environment where the input of each member of a project team is appreciated and considered. I also believe that ongoing learning is a key outcome of any project and try to be as proactive as possible in educating our clients and other team members as to the intricacies surrounding our design deliverables in an open and honest way.
- Bachelor of Engineering (Mech.) – Queensland University of Technology, 2007
- UEENEEM052A Classify Hazardous Areas – Gas Atmospheres, Illawarra TAFE 2014
- UEENEEM052A Classify Hazardous Areas – Dust Atmospheres, Illawarra TAFE 2014
- MSAPMOHS217A – Gas Test Atmospheres, Baseline Training 2013
- MSAPMPER200C – Work in Accordance with Issued Permit, Baseline Training 2013
- MSAPMPER205C – Enter Confined Space, Baseline Training 2013
Industry accreditations / bodies
- Member, Institution of Engineers Australia (MIEAust 2468635)
Australian Defence Force Fuel Storage Works
Design, Design Management, Superintendence and Construction Phase Review of a number of fuel farm upgrade projects at locations including Amberley, Oakey, Townsville, Darwin, Tindal and in Malaysia.
Rockhampton Hospital New Ward Block
Design of a new seven-story ward block featuring cancer care services, general 1/2/4 bed wards and emergency care ward.
Merck Sharpe & Dohme (MSD) New Production Facility
Design of a specialist small-batch production building as part of the greater packaging and administration facility in Hangzhou, China. This building specifically included storage, manufacturing and packaging lines which required the management of pressure regimes and also featured specialist equipment such as central dust collection systems.