Wiley opens Tasmanian office

Wiley, the project delivery company, has announced the establishment of a new office in Launceston, Tasmania to better service clients in the region.

Executive chairman, Tom Wiley said; “it just made sense for Wiley to expand to Tasmania. We have been working in the state for years and have fantastic existing clients there.

Personally, I can’t wait to visit Tasmania more regularly and explore all this amazing state has to offer, especially the endless food choices that are winning awards all over the country.”

Wiley have significant experience in the area and have recently completed the design, construction and delivery of Ridley’s new Westbury aqua feed mill facility. The facility is a purpose-built extrusion mill which has an annualised capacity of 50,000 tonnes
Wiley also designed and constructed the $12 million Huon Aquaculture Value Added Seafood Processing Facility upgrade at Parramatta Creek in northern Tasmania.

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Wiley senior project manager, Logan Ashmole who heads up the Tasmania operations said; “we’ve been in the new office for a couple months now in Tasmania and we are loving it. I had the pleasure of being the Project Manager on the Ridley Westbury project where we were able to utilise local businesses for a large percentage of the construction and delivery of the project. Everyone has been incredibly welcoming, it’s a testament to and the area and we are hoping to continue expanding our network to engage local suppliers and subcontractors wherever possible.”

The Wiley Tasmania office expands the company’s footprint in Australia, with existing offices in Sydney, Melbourne and headquarters in Brisbane. Wiley operates globally with offices in New Zealand and Asia as well.