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Find out all the latest news about BG&E Resources, engineering and design, resources sector projects. From news, company updates, awards and publications.

  • WA Mining Expo

    WA Mining Expo

    We are pleased to announce we will be exhibiting at the WA Mining Expo on 12th – 13th October 2022.

    Come visit us at stand A1112 to answer your questions and let us inform you of our services we have to offer. We are always keen for a chat!

    Learn more about our stall here:

  • New Project Office – Perth, WA

    New Project Office – Perth, WA

    We are pleased to announce our new Project Office!

    Conveniently located in the heart of the Perth CBD, our new office will provide over 100 additional desk spaces to accommodate our rapidly growing team.

    Spaciously spanning across two floors, our office features newly furnished meeting rooms, office desks and kitchen.

    The new office is located at 168 St Georges Terrace.

  • Leichhardt appoints BGER for BFS

    Leichhardt appoints BGER for BFS

    We are pleased to continue our work with Leichhardt to deliver the Eramurra Solar Salt BFS, this contract award follows the completion by BG&E Resources of a series of Preliminary Engineering and Trade-off Studies, which have facilitated scope definition for the project.

    Our multidisciplinary team works collaboratively with clients to provide solutions that are innovative and sustainable. 

  • Mechanical Discipline Lead Appointed

    Mechanical Discipline Lead Appointed

    The mechanical team welcomed Andrea O’Brien into the role of Discipline Lead. Andrea has been with the team for over a year and will bring a great improvement to organisational planning and communication across the Mechanical and Project Management function. Congratulations Andrea.

  • Process Discipline Lead Appointed

    Process Discipline Lead Appointed

    Eugenia has joined the team as our Process Discipline Lead. She has 17 years’ experience in the resources industry having held roles in project design, study management, commissioning, area process engineering and global procurement strategy and execution.

  • Regional Office Opening

    Regional Office Opening

    Yesterday BG&E Resources successfully opened a second office in Mandurah, regional WA.

    Mayor of Mandurah Rhys Williams welcomes the office saying, “Mandurah City Council is thrilled that BG&E Resources has chosen to locate a regional office in Mandurah. We hope the opening of a second office is a successful venture for them”.

    The new office is located at 55 Sutton Street, Mandurah.

  • October 2021 Newsletter: Issue 12

    October 2021 Newsletter: Issue 12

    This month we interviewed Director of Civil Design, Russel De Jong and discuss in detail a recent project with completed with CBH Group. 

    Subscribe to the newsletter here: BGER October Issue #12

  • August 2021 Newsletter: Issue 11

    August 2021 Newsletter: Issue 11

    This month we interviewed Newcastle Design Manager Josh Horton. 

    Subscribe to the newsletter here: BGER August Issue #11

  • BGER opens an office on the East Coast (Newcastle, NSW)

    BGER opens an office on the East Coast (Newcastle, NSW)

    On 2nd July, BGER opened a new office on the east coast in Newcastle, NSW. With a few set backs, due to COVID 19, the office is up and running albeit from the comfort of the teams home office. Newcastle Office Manager and Senior Civil Engineer, Nic Westerberg alongside Design Manager, Joshua Horton made the move over from Perth and are now joined by local Principal Mechanical Engineer, Daniel Ausling, Senior Civil Designer, Allen Hyland and Civil Engineer, William Shaw.

    The BGER office is located at Level 3, Suite 2/426 King Street, Newcastle, NSW 2300.
    For further information please contact Nic Westerberg at BGER.

  • K+S Australia appoints BG&E Resources to deliver the Ashburton Salt projects DFS

    K+S Australia appoints BG&E Resources to deliver the Ashburton Salt projects DFS

    The proposed project, near Onslow Western Australia, is set to produce a total of 4.5 million tonnes of sodium chloride per annum, out of an ocean water intake of approximately 220 gigalitres and create 90 local jobs once operational.