Wiley wins the AIB Professional Excellence in Building Award for JBS Dinmore groundbreaking project

At the Australian Institute of Building Queensland Chapter awards on Friday night, Wiley were honoured to take home the prize for research, development and technology for our work on the JBS Automated Marshalling Conveyor System and Boning Room Trim Management System project.

It is great to be recognised for this category as the team invented and developed the technologies used on the chiller conveying systems.

The $77 million dollar upgrade allows JBS to implement a second shift and employ an additional 500 people. Wiley Managing Director, Suzie Wiley said, “We are privileged to have a long-standing relationship with JBS. At Wiley, we are proud to have successfully pioneered and delivered a system that provides significant enhancements to the JBS operations and provides employment and economic opportunities for the local community”.

Congratulations to the entire project team for this acknowledgement of the highest level of expertise, and to our key subcontractors and suppliers integral to this project including:

Davey Group
CE Group
CV Services
Gordon Brothers Industries
Pro Ali Design

Wish us luck at the Nationals. More about the project here.

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Some of the project team pictured at the AIB Awards night: Patrick Josey, Peter Stanford, Scott Hebbard, Graham Harvey, Jason Love, Ken Coppard, Zane Bennett, Tim Fitzpatrick, Suzie Wiley, Kurt Kruwinnus, Andrew Schmidt.