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Wanted – Senior Geological Consultant

Entech is seeking a suitably qualified Senior Geological Consultant to join its Perth based team.  Reporting to the Principal Geologist, the position will build Entech’s geological consulting capabilities, supporting the Perth, Toronto and Vancouver offices.

Please contact Jill Irvin for further details

  • 16th October 2020

Geotechnical Engineering – Lynne Project Boxcut

Entech’s Geotechnical group is proud to have provided analysis and design services for Minjar’s recently constructed Lynne Project boxcut, portal and decline development at the Pajingo Gold Mine in northern Queensland.

By working closely with Minjar and Rob Baker (Project Manager), we delivered a smart, cost effective solution which simplified the construction process without compromising the serviceability and expected life of the project.



  • 12th November 2019

Have you seen our Perth office Mural?

In Dec 2018, Entech commissioned artist Xander Rood aka Amok Island to design and paint a Mural on our building at 8 Cook St West Perth. The result was an amazing mural of Major Mitchell Cockatoos, an iconic WA Goldfields bird, linked to Entech’s founding director Shane McLeay‘s home town of Kambalda. More

  • 06th February 2019

Entech’s Office Leads the Way

Entech’s new Australian office located at 8 Cook St, West Perth, was refurbished with energy efficiency in mind.  Features include LED lighting, double glazed windows, new HVAC systems and a 15 kW photovoltaic solar system.

  • 28th February 2018

We Have Moved!

Entech has moved into its new office located at 8 Cook St West Perth, Australia.  The office space is over twice the size of the old office and offers staff and clients improved facilities including state of the art conference and collaboration rooms.

  • 27th October 2017