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Celebrations as Geolyse rebrands to Premise

This week in our Dubbo, Orange and Oran Park offices, we celebrated the rebrand of Geolyse to Premise. Embracing the change, the team welcomed CEO – Anton van Velden, Executive Director – Patrick Brady and Marketing Manager – Kate Cummins to NSW officially mark the rebrand and celebrate a new chapter in the company’s journey. […]

General Managers appointments in Qld to bolster growth

As part of our business strategy we’ve recently appointed David Ritchie and David Bobyreff to drive market growth and manage operations from our Brisbane and Sunshine Coast offices. David Ritchie, General Manager – South East Queensland and Asia David is a performance-driven and accomplished professional with a multi-discipline engineering background specialising in building services and […]

Premise and Geolyse exec team

Premise joins with NSW company Geolyse

We’re proud to announce that we have joined with NSW-based Geolyse to create a single group that will deliver increased expertise while maintaining personalised services across the two states. Our companies merged during October following several months of negotiations. Premise CEO Anton van Velden said the merger provided numerous benefits to the businesses, staff and […]

Premise celebrates national award win

Premise took out the Stormwater Association  National Award for Excellence in Strategic or Master Planning, for their work on the Walloon Waterlea Estate – Integrated Stormwater Management Strategy. After firstly winning the Queensland state award, the project went on to win the national award, ahead of some impressive competition. The project, led by Keith Howells […]

Premise appoints Anton van Velden as CEO

Premise is thrilled to announce the appointment of Anton van Velden as our new CEO. Further details have been reported by the Townsville Bulletin, as appears below: ENGINEERING firm Premise has appointed Anton van Velden as its new CEO. Mr van Velden brings over 20 years of industry experience to the role and will make […]

Postcards from Vietnam

Earlier this year, our dedicated Water Engineer Martin Roushani left the Brisbane office to take on new challenges with our Vietnamese team based in Hanoi. We caught up with Martin to hear about his experiences living and working abroad: 1. How has your daily routine changed in Hanoi? “While I’ve established my own routine in […]

Bus hub ready by this Christmas

Townsville CBD’s long-awaited bus hub is expected to be mostly built by December – about eight years after the previous public transport terminal was removed from the city centre. A Townsville City Council manager provided an update on the $4 million project to the council’s infrastructure committee yesterday, while the council also released an artist’s […]

Banish the Black Dog delivers $25 000 to North Queensland’s mental health services

A Townsville art, music and design space designed to offer mental health support to young people is now one step closer to completion. The Banish the Black Dog charity bike ride committee donated $10,000 to Headspace to help with the construction of “Shedspace” – a community area for young people to work on art-based projects […]

Premise celebrates International Women’s Day

Today marks International Women’s Day, an opportunity to recognise the manifold achievements of women around the globe. Today also offers an opportunity to acknowledge that, despite the leaps society has taken to support the cultural, economic, political and social accomplishments of women; there is still much to be done in achieving equality across all business […]

Premise leaders front and centre at Intensive Ag Conference 2018

Premise has a proud history of supporting and growing successful agricultural enterprise in Australia. For more than 20 years, our dedicated Agriculture team has focused on providing ethical, innovative and practical solutions that enable producers to improve profitability and efficiency. Last week, Premise Agriculture was front and centre at the Intensive Ag Conference 2018. The event, […]