Deb Australia recently opened a Wiley designed state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Sydney.
Wiley project team representatives joined stakeholders, partners and customers to celebrate the opening of Deb Australia’s new $15 million manufacturing facility. Built for Deb Australia, a leading occupational skin care company, the modern 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.
O’Farrell acknowledged the investment made by Deb in the facility, especially since the investment was made when the Australian dollar was much higher than the present. He also appreciated the productivity and competitiveness of facilities such as Deb’s that support jobs in Western Sydney.
Wiley, specialists in integrated facility engineering was contracted by Deb to design, engineer, install and commission the process fit-out for the facility.
According to Steve Saboune, Managing Director of Deb Australia, Wiley’s track record for delivering world class hygienic facilities was a major reason for their selection. Wiley not only helped Deb clearly identify their needs and feed the information directly into the design and planning process, but also assisted them in sourcing, selecting and negotiating with developers to secure the Moorebank site.
He added that Wiley collaborated closely with Deb’s technical teams in Australia and in the UK throughout the entire project.