Wiley project team representatives joined stakeholders, partners and customers to celebrate the opening of leading occupational skin care company Deb Australia’s new $15 million manufacturing facility.
The state-of-the-art facility, located in Moorebank Business Park, South Western Sydney, was officially opened on 27 June by New South Wales Premier the Honourable Barry O’Farrell MP.
The Honourable Barry O’Farrell MP
“One of the reasons I’m delighted to be here today is the investment Deb has put into this facility and that’s no mean ask at a time when the investment was made the Australian dollar was much higher than it is today and the significance of that goes to the productivity and competitiveness of facilities like this that supports jobs in Western Sydney,” said O’Farrell.
Wiley, specialists in integrated facility engineering were contracted by Deb to design, engineer, install and commission the process fit-out for the facility.
Steve Saboune, Managing Director of Deb Australia said, “We wanted to work with Wiley on this project following recommendations of their track record for delivering world class hygienic facilities.”
Right to left: Wiley’s Anthony Maurici, Deb Australia’s, Managing Director Steve Saboune, Wiley’s Andrew Newby and Brent Allen
“Wiley helped us clearly identify our needs and this information fed directly into the design and planning process.” Mr Saboune added, “They also assisted us in sourcing, selecting and negotiating with developers to secure the Moorebank site.”
“[Wiley] collaborated closely with our technical teams both here in Australia and in the UK throughout the entire project and together we have achieved a result that realises our vision to better serve our current and future customers.”