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Oliver Walsh

Email address
oliver.walsh@wge.com.au

Phone
+61 2 8484 7112

Mobile
+61 (0) 487 408 923

Civil Project Engineer

Office: Sydney

Disciplines:
Civil

Oliver joined Wood & Grieve Engineers in 2009 as a Civil Engineer in our head office in Perth and in 2014 became a Civil Project Engineer. In early 2017 Oliver joined the Sydney office to help progress Wood & Grieve Engineers’ land development presence in New South Wales.

What will you bring to a project

I pride myself on providing a high level of service to the project teams I work on. I have a comprehensive understanding of the land development process and how to add value to a project during its various phases – from initial planning through to construction.

Outside work

Oliver is a basketball junkie whose NBL aspirations were derailed at a shamefully early age by his love of the beach and socialising.

Qualifications

  • BEng – Civil (Honours), University of WA
  • BCom – Investment Finance & Corporate Finance, University of WA

Industry accreditations / bodies

  • Member of Engineers Australia
  • UDIA NSW Young Leaders Committee

Previous projects

,,Karratha Industrial Estate – Feasibility and planning advice for a light industrial subdivision in a regional area.

Harbour Rise, Sorrento – Boutique infill residential subdivision in premium location.

Anketell Port Heavy Industrial Area – Feasibility of heavy industrial subdivision to support a new regional port.

Baynton West, Karratha – Award winning 800+ lot masterplanned residential subdivision in a regional area.

Client testimonials

What I can say Olivier is that I found you to be very precise and professional. The manner you achieved your work commitments in the VVCS was very acceptable – you were very open to discussions with staff and at all times very pleasant and courteous. We appreciated your ability to work after hours due to our client work. You grasped our difficulties very quickly and were easy to communicate with

Irene Stark, Department of Veterans' Affairs

Project highlights