Nick Van Pooss Visits Newcastle Depot
Nick Van Pooss, General Manager of Evolution, made an insightful visit to one of our depots in Newcastle. He gave our dedicated traffic controllers business updates. Glenn Ballenden's return to work after a catastrophic occupational injury was likewise recognised by the entire company. The entire staff also welcomed new team members Vince Gaeta as Newcastle Depot Manager and Serge Mendez as National Operations Manager. The team also appreciates the efforts of stand-in managers Ian Schramm and Brett Pilgrim.
A large group of approximately 30 employees attended, enjoyed a sausage sizzle, and had the opportunity to question top management about their roles and the company's future objectives. A lively interactive event was capped off with an encouraging speech from industry veteran Brett Pilgrim.
Julian Ford and Priya Pereira at the 2023 VET Compliance Conference
Julian and Priya attended the 2023 VET Compliance Conference in Brisbane last week. We are continually motivated and revitalised to be the Quality Provider that we are.
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Endeavour Energy presents Sam Gemmill an award for outstanding work
Amazing to see Sam Gemmill (right) receive a commendation for exceptional performance from Mauro (left) of Endeavour Energy. Sam deserves enormous kudos for his continued professionalism and dedication because it is uncommon for clients to recognise external vendors through an internal awards programme. Sam works for Evolution Traffic Management Planning and Permits Team division and is stationed in the Sydney Depot.
Evolution Training Solutions passed the latest TMR audit
Evolution Training Solutions (ETS) is pleased to report that they passed the latest TMR audit process with a 100% compliance finding. There were no non-compliances or additional actions that were necessary.
ECM Team at the Australian Small Bridges Conference
Exciting News! ECM had an amazing time at the 11th Australian Small Bridges Conference held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on May 16th and 17th.
Chris Peel was our main representative, supported by Ben Spletter and Reece Allen from our Sydney depot. It was a fantastic experience connecting with companies, suppliers, contractors, and industry stakeholders all in one place.
We learned a lot and made plenty of valuable connections. Thank you to everyone who made this event a success! Stay tuned as we continue to grow and build bridges together.
World Day for Safety and Health at Work (World Day) and Workers' Memorial Day
Evolution’s Group Health and Safety Advisor, Stuart Hughes (Left) on-site performing inspections of work sites.
Traffic Controller, Robert Berner (Right).
Today, Friday 28 April is World Day for Safety and Health at Work (World Day) and Workers' Memorial Day.
Any fatality at work is unacceptable. Australian data shows that in 2021, 169 workers were fatally injured at work in Australia.
Health at Work Day is a good time to recognise the importance of work health and safety to prevent any work-related fatalities and injuries.
This year’s theme for World Day is ‘A safe and healthy working environment is a fundamental principle and right at work’.
Evolution is committed to safety in the workplace as most of our work is in a high-risk environment.
Evolution Traffic Management (NZ) awarded Auckland Regional Eastern Busway Project
Evolution Traffic Management (NZ) is delighted to have been awarded the traffic management contract for the Auckland Regional Eastern Busway Project (AREBP). This project is a large-scale transportation infrastructure project that will connect several major suburban areas in the city. The project will be running for the next 24 months and will involve a range of complex traffic management tasks that require technical expertise and specialised knowledge.
"This is a significant win for the Evolution business and marks a new milestone in our company's growth and success." NZ General Manager Rhys Attwood
The Eastern Busway Project is a large-scale transportation infrastructure project that will connect several major suburban areas in the city. The project will be running for the next 24 months and will involve a range of complex tasks that require technical expertise and specialised knowledge.
What a day! Evolution Group Holdings Limited, leading traffic, civil, and fleet management company for the road infrastructure sector in Australia and NZ, and Tembo e-LV, global leader in EV conversion kits for utility vehicle fleets, hosted an exciting 𝗗𝗿𝗶𝘃𝗲 𝗗𝗮𝘆 in Brisbane at the RACQ Mt Cotton Testing Facility to showcase an electrified LandCruiser to Australia-based partners and clients.
After an information session and safety briefing, guests were able to test drive Tembo’s 𝗘𝗹𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗿𝗶𝗰 𝗨𝘁𝗶𝗹𝗶𝘁𝘆 𝗩𝗲𝗵𝗶𝗰𝗹𝗲 (𝗘𝗨𝗩), first on a road circuit, and then on a challenging 4x4 trail circuit! Both Evolution and Tembo teams had many conversations with partners and clients, several of which are already bearing fruit with specific commercial opportunities.
Many thanks to the team at Evolution, especially Andrew Baxter, Nick van Pooss, Grant Reid, 𝗗𝗮𝗻𝗶𝗲𝗹 𝗛𝗼𝗽𝗸𝗶𝗻𝘀, and Rhys Attwood for meticulously coordinating logistics prior to, and during the Drive Day, truly making it a success!
On the 𝗧𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗼 / VivoPower side, thank you to Phil Barker (BEng CEng FIMechE) for explaining vehicle performance specs and answering all technical client queries on the day, to the team back at base in Eindhoven for their continuous online support, as well as Michael Hui, Eduardo Nebot, and Tony Culleton for brilliantly representing the company and engaging with attendees.
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New Contract Award for Queensland Country Bank Stadium
Evolution Traffic Management is delighted to have been awarded the contract by Queensland Country Bank Stadium to look after all their events at this amazing location. Evolution is proud to be part of this community and looks forward to exciting times ahead.