Tarron’s electrical engineering career spanned Australia, Canada and the UK prior to joining Wood & Grieve Engineers in 2008, where his collaborative style and extensive technical knowledge have been invaluable on a number of critical projects. With diverse experience encompassing most sectors, it is Tarron’s ability to adapt his skillset to unusual projects which led to him becoming a Principal of WGE in 2013.
Approachable and flexible, he enjoys good relationships with his colleagues and clients, sharing knowledge and focusing on project goals to achieve advantageous results. With a strong comprehension of regulatory standards and an intuitive grasp for their interpretation and application, Tarron is often consulted internally for his opinion on project approach and takes enjoyment from formally mentoring junior staff in WGE’s Talent Development Program.
With a successful track record of delivering projects in most sectors, he more recently has been focusing on Mining & Resource and Defence; Tarron has experience in the design, documentation and supervision of electrical services, including high and low voltage infrastructure, ICT systems, lighting systems, electronic security, fire alarm and detection.
I particularly enjoy the projects that are highly bespoke; where the client has a complex range of requirements, or the architecture is restrictive. Tailoring a solution to optimise electrical performance while meeting the regulations and satisfying the client is a challenge that I can’t resist. Every project is unique.
Outside of work Tarron loves spending time with Trina and his son Dashiell and daughter Isla. He enjoys taking his family out bush walking, cycling, and to the beach. He is also a passionate golfer and is trying hard to reduce his handicap.
Southern Steel Development,Chevron Wheatstone,Royal Australian Air force Pearce Airbase Redevelopment,Chevron Gorgon Permanent Operations Facilities,Rio Tinto Wickham Lodge,,The redevelopment of the RAAF airbase included infrastructure upgrades, new mess buildings, new living in accommodation blocks, new hanger, new air movements facilities, runway upgrades and new squadron headquarters.,The Gorgon project is located off shore on the class A nature reserve on Barrow Island with strict quarantine requirements. The project includes new operations buildings, fire station, warehousing, workshop and associated infrastructure.,The project provides 250 additional single person rooms in a hotel style development. The project utilized off shore fabrication for the modular rooms.