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Brownfields Engineering at Meerilinga (Hilton)

The Brownfields Engineering team were lucky to have a sunny start to the day after a very thundery and stormy night. The team arrived at Meerilinga’ s newly acquired property and were welcomed by Pat Hope, Senior Manager at Meerilinga. Pat was delighted to see to the team as she is well aware of the capacity and capabilities of Woodside teams and was excited to see what the Brownfields Engineering team could accomplish. The story behind the property was it hadn’t been occupied for over three years and Meerilinga has finally been successful with acquiring the property on the condition that they would tidy it up and get it in good nic, deliver training programs for staff and parents. This meant team were in for a big day of cleaning and clearing three years of junk, weeds and odd bits and piece out of the site. It was an amazing site to see, within a few mines of starting the project the team had broken up into groups and collaborated to get each of the tasks done in a creative, efficient and effective way.

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Drilling and Completions at Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective 2018

The Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective aims to develop, promote and protect the mountain bike trail network in Kalamunda and the surrounding area. The organisation relay on the support of volunteer groups and corporate groups like the Drilling and completions team to maintain the trails.

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RESM Projects at Kanyana Wildlife

The Projects team of RESM team visited Kanyana Wildlife on cold spring day. The team were welcomed by one of Kanyana’s volunteers who provided the team with background of Kanyana and the services they offer. Kanyana Wildlife is located in Lesmurdie and is a not for profit organisation committed to the protection and welfare of native wildlife. The centre has a purpose built hospital and training and education centre. It is run by volunteers from the local community who provide for all of the needs of the animals and the operation of the centre.

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Integrated Projects at Kanyana

Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is a not for profit organisation committed to the protection and welfare of native wildlife. Since its inception the centre has more than doubled in capacity to meet the rehabilitation needs of wildlife admitted from the local community and around the state. Approximately 2,000 animal representing 150 species are admitted annually with figures continuing to increase. Kanyana quickly outgrew its first facility and in May 2010 moved to a new site in the former Girl Guide campsite Paxwold, with a purpose built hospital and incorporating a training and education centre. It is run by volunteers from the local community who provide for all the needs of the animals and the operation of the centre.

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