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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, […]

Work experience with Premise: Meet Travis!

At Premise, we are proud to support young professionals as they embark upon their careers in engineering and its related disciplines. Travis Dunkley, a Bachelor of Engineering student from the University of Queensland, recently completed work experience with our Brisbane team. Here’s what Travis had to share about his time at Premise: 1. What motivated […]

NEWS: Cyclists out to tame the black dog

A charity bike ride dedicated to raising funds for Australian Rotary Health will support ongoing research into men’s mental health. Men and women throughout North Queensland are being urged to join the Banish the Black Dog Charity Bike Ride, with registrations now open. “People in our community are frequently faced with complex issues that can […]

NEWS: Pipeline duplication contractors ready to recruit workers

Local jobs will flow Townsville contractors have vowed to support local jobs during the construction of the Haughton pipeline duplication project. Three locally operating companies – SMEC, GHD and UDP (now trading as Premise) – were awarded the first major contracts to build the $215 million project during a Townsville City Council meeting this week. […]

Work experience with Premise: Meet Donny!

Premise is committed to supporting the next generation of professionals in engineering and associated disciplines. Donny Wang, a third year Bachelor of Engineering student from the University of Queensland, recently participated in work experience within our Brisbane office. Here’s what Donny had to say about his time with Premise: 1. What motivated you to apply […]

LOCAL NEWS: $1.1M solar project to secure water supply

Bowen will harness Mother Nature’s energy to help keep water services running when the region is feeling her wrath. That’s the plan behind a solar project at Bowen Water Treatment Plant that aims to secure access to water during severe weather events. The $1.1 million project will involve the installation of 1500 solar panels and […]

Goondiwindi Regional Council gives $85m beef abattoir the green light

The Goondiwindi Regional Council has today (Wednesday 20th December 2017) granted development approval for a proposed beef abattoir which could create up to 336 jobs in the region. The $85 million project, proposed by Fucheng International Abattoirs, will be located on the outskirts of the south west Queensland town of Goondiwindi. The site was previously operated […]

Queensland waterways facing rise in sediment pollution

Industry reports have highlighted an ongoing need for technical innovation in the field of water quality and sediment pollution. At Premise, our product Turbid provides technological solutions to reduce sediment runoff and those issues impacting waterways throughout Queensland. New data released by Healthy Land and Water has revealed that sediment pollution is an ongoing problem thoughout South […]