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ENGINEERING CONSULTANCY TRIPLES WORKFORCE, OPENS NEW HQ

19-11-2018
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Jonathan Armstrong with South Australian Premier Steven Marshall

Leading engineering technology and systems innovation consultancy Frazer-Nash has tripled the size of its Adelaide headquarters, with SA premier Steven Marshall officiating at the recent opening ceremony.

The company’s Australian Director, Jonathan Armstrong said: “We’ve created 40 high value jobs in South Australia and our fantastic, enlarged office gives us the space to create the next 40.

“Our success is founded on being relevant to the future needs of our clients, being the best at what we do and caring deeply about how we do it. We align our services to transforming societal trends such as security in a changing world, urbanisation, decarbonising energy supply while ensuring reliability and affordability, the increased use of technology in agriculture and the pervasive imperative of innovation.

“It’s this alignment that makes us so relevant to client needs and so exciting for our staff. We were delighted to be joined by the premier and so many of our clients on this very special day for our Australian business.”

Frazer-Nash works in the resources and energy, industry and transport, and defence sectors. Since its establishment in Australia in 2010, its high profile projects have included Sundrop Farms, SIMEC Zen Energy, the SEA 1000 Future Submarine Project, the Federal Government’s initiative to develop a low-level radioactive waste disposal facility, and analysis of power failures at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.

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