Brett commenced his professional career with Wood & Grieve Engineers on 28 January, 1997 and has remained at WGE since.
After quickly proving his abilities, Brett worked through the ranks from graduate engineer in 1997 to be promoted into a junior project engineer role in 2001 and then a Project Engineer role in June 2002. It was then that Brett commenced his leadership of mechanical engineering teams for small to medium sized projects, gradually taking on large projects across most sectors of the property industry.
Brett became a Principal in 2003 and in June 2006 promoted to a Director of the firm where he continues to play a vital role in shaping the future of WGE.
In the second half of 2007, Brett took up the challenge of managing the Perth Hydraulic Engineering section. At the start of the 2010/2011 financial year, Brett succeeded in the role of managing the Perth Building Services Group and in late 2013 accepted the position of Perth Office Manager.
Brett has been an integral to the growth of WGE’s Perth office and driving the unique culture that has seen the firm recognised for the fifth year in a row as an Aon ‘Best Employer’.
Brett is a well respected and highly regarded member of the building industry and is an active member of the Property Council of Australia.
I bring good communication and leadership skills to a project which enables me to recognise exactly what clients’ project objectives are. I enjoy leading engineering teams to assist clients in meeting their project objectives whilst really driving the delivery of exceptional client service.
Brett is involved in his local football club in an assistant coaching role after having played football for many years. He has a passion for harness racing and owns horses that he races with friends. Brett has two children and spends time on his weekends supporting his children’s’ sporting endeavours.
Bunbury City Council Civic Offices
Major refurbishment to the existing Bunbury Civic Office Building over three floors. Project included expanding all three floors of the existing building by approximately 380m2 on each floor and stripping the existing 380m2 per floor back to a building shell and undertaking a total refurbishment.
Cygne Apartments Crawley
A luxury apartment building on Mounts Bay Road in Crawley. A 13 apartment development over 7 levels, including basement carpark and penthouse level.
In particular I would like to express appreciation to Brett Davis, who led the Wood & Grieve team. Brett was ably supported by Ralf Boepple. Together Brett and Ralf formed a great team who were across all aspects of the Mechanical and Hydraulic Services and were always readily available to assist in the responses to site queries and the resolution of any site issues arising. The quality of the Mechanical and Hydraulic Services documentation enabled the construction phase to run smoothly for these disciplines.Jennifer Holt, Australand
Both Brett Davis and Mark Carroll conducted their respective engineering disciplines in a very professional manner and had a clear focus on our needs as a client ensuring a very high level of service. Moreover, the quality of the mechanical and electrical services design and documentation was of the highest standard which clearly added value to our project.Lance Chu, SC Land
I would like to acknowledge the efforts of Brett Davis who led the mechanical team for the project. Brett offered a high level of professional service throughout the duration of the project.
The quality documentation produced by Wood & Grieve Engineers for the mechanical services ensured that the services were well coordinated and that on-site services issues relating to the mechanical services were kept to a minimum.Con Lampropoulos, Peter Hunt Architects