Adam DohertyDirector Email: email@example.com
Adam is the Director of Dileigh and is responsible for the overall management and coordination of a multidiscipline engineering team. He has more than 15 years’ experience in both civil and structural engineering works and project management within central Queensland, including local government experience as an asset engineer. Adam is a member of The Institute of Public Works Engineers and The Institution of Engineers Australia. He has a strong focus on practical and economical engineering outcomes. He concentrates on understanding his clients’ needs to achieve the right development outcomes.
Glenn BrownSenior Engineer
Glenn joined Dileigh Consulting Engineers in 2016 bringing to the team more than 18 years’ experience in the civil and structural engineering sector. He has considerable experience in many facets of residential and commercial construction, covering all aspects including investigations, feasibility studies, detailed design, construction liaison, operation and maintenance and risk assessment, for both new and existing projects.
Glenn in many was involved in the assessment, subsequent design and provision of construction phase services of upgrades to the Gladstone Government Office Building, the Home Economics and Manual Arts buildings at Mackay State School, and the facilities at Townsend Island Bombing Range at Shoalwater Bay. He also designed and documented accommodation units at Power St, and Charles and Armstrong St, Rockhampton.
Glenn has a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from Swinburne University of Technology and is also a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland. He is also a Member of Public Works Engineers Australasia.
Before taking up his position of Senior Engineer at Dileigh, Glenn has extensive managerial and business development experience in the consulting engineering industry including 10 years as Branch Manager and Rockhampton Office manager at Qantec McWilliam and later Opus International Consultants.
Stuart GrallellisStructural Engineer
Stuart Grallelis is a Senior Structural Engineer with 15+ Years of experience within the engineering and construction industry, working in a variety of engineering roles within State Government, Private enterprise and engineering consultancy, delivering a range of engineering projects covering residential, commercial, industrial and government sector buildings and infrastructure.
Stuart has been involved in the design and delivery of the $58.5M Queensland Cyclone Shelters program and cyclone refuge assessments with Project Services, as well as countless designs for structures in the cyclonic region of the Queensland coastline, including design of the Multi storey Local Disaster Co-ordination Centre in Yeppoon.
Stuart has undertaken numerous inspections and investigation activities for a variety of structures, including Bridges, Culverts and other infrastructure, as well as residential and commercial property investigations and damage assessments for insurance and litigation purposes.
Stuart is an Registered Practicing Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ) and holds Engineers Australia NER Registration. Stuart holds a Bachelors degree in Engineering (Civil/Structural), as well as a Bachelor of Technology, Advanced Diploma of Engineering and has training and qualification in areas of Bridge inspection (level 1 & 2) and Asset Management. Stuart is a member of Engineers Australia and the Institute of Public Works Engineers Australasia. Stuart has presented technical papers at regional and state engineering conferences and also served on the CQ Branch Committee of IPWEAQ.