Stephen joined WGE as a Fire Project Engineer in 2010 after six years in another large Australian engineering consultancy. Stephen brings a strong mixture of fire engineering and fire services experience, which are complementary and enable confidence to being able to respond to queries and advise on all things “fire”.
Outside of work
Outside of work, Stephen enjoys listening to music (both live and recorded) and spending time with his young family. Having two young sons has led Stephen to question some fundamentals of mathematics, because apparently one plus one equals much more than two.
What will you bring to a project
I enjoy the challenges that each project offers and bring enthusiasm, experience and out-of-the-box thinking to all my projects. I have a positive outlook and enjoy developing creative solutions to achieve the best possible outcome. I try to develop a strong rapport with other project team members to encourage free exchange of ideas and improve efficiency.
- BE (Mech)(Hons), Curtin University of Technology
- Graduate Certificate in Performance Based Building and Fire Codes, Victoria University of Technology
- Graduate Diploma in Building Fire Safety and Risk Engineering, Victoria University of Technology
Industry accreditations / bodies
- Member Engineers Australia (MIEAust)
- Member Society for Fire Safety
Church House Redevelopment
Refurbishment and expansion of existing office tower in the Cathedral precinct in Perth. The project involved the provision of completely new fire services, forming the key component of shared infrastructure for the below ground car park and adjacent City of Perth Library building.
999 Hay St
A $50 million 12 story commercial office which has been developed within Perth’s Parliamentary Precinct. To ensure architectural intent was achieved and both capital and ongoing costs controlled, the developer QUBE Property Group engaged Wood & Grieve Engineers at an early stage to provide consulting on fire services and fire engineering design.