Nick Stavroulakis

Nick Stavroulakis - Mechanical Project Engineer, Associate

  • Office: Melbourne
  • E:
  • P: +61 3 8554 7010
  • M: +61 (0)432 365 515
  • Mechanical

Nick joined WGE in 2006 and became an associate of the firm in 2013. Prior to WGE Nick spent two years in England working as a SCADA engineer delivering rail power projects for Siemens-Transmitton across southern England. Nick’s current role is as a mechanical project engineer in the Melbourne office, delivering projects across a range of sectors.

Outside of work

Nick enjoys spending time with his wife and two young sons. When not busy with his family, he is slowly renovating his house and designing and building his own furniture.

What will you bring to a project

I feel I excel in challenging projects, either technically complex ones such as laboratories and data centres, or the difficult aspects of more conventional projects such as innovative solutions to maximise yields of an apartment tower. I take pride in applying elegant, yet cost efficient, solutions to engineering problems.


  • BE(Hons) (Mechanical) RMIT University, Melbourne

Industry accreditations / bodies

  • Member of the Institute of Engineers Australia
  • Member of the Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating (AIRAH)

Previous projects

Argus Building Melbourne

$60M redevelopment of the iconic former newspaper site, to be the new home of Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT) from late 2014.

National Broadband Network Tasmanian Sites

150 to 200kW HVAC systems to serve sites in Launceston and Hobart. Including new chiller and generator installations of 1.3MW

Telstra Exchange Works

Extensive mechanical works including chiller installations ranging from 300kW to 3MW, HVAC upgrades for medium and high density suite based cooling installations for NGN and HFC UHSI for installations of up to 1,000kW per floor.

Mercedes-Benz Alexandria Sydney

$45 million Sydney flagship dealership located in Sydney. Consisting of showrooms and workshops over 3 levels.