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Alex Bruce (Managing Director):

Alex has been working in the renewable energy and energy efficiency industry for over four years. After graduating from UWA with a bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (with honours) he has been involved in the management and installation of large scale renewable energy systems in the remote North West of Australia. Since returning to Perth over two years ago Alex has succesfully initiated and developed two renewable energy organisations and has been involved with facilitation of local government environmental initiatives. This diverse level of exprerience enables BLC to offer a comprohensive consulting service.

 

Joseph Allen (Lead Mechanical Engineer):

Joseph Allen graduated from UWA with a bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (with honours). Joe has since worked with some of the leading engineering consulting firms in Perth as a Design and Project Engineer.  Close ascociation with the resource sector has enabled Joe to obtain skills and experience in large scale infrastructure development projects.

 

Michael Wood (Senior Environmental Scientist):

Michael Wood graduated from Murchoch University with a Bachelor of Science (Environmental) with honours. Since graduating Michael has worked with several high profile environmental organisations including the EPA in the Environmental Impact Assement Unit. Michael has had extensive experience in the resource  and consulting sector, developing and implementing environmental management programs, risk assesments, community consultation and environmental monitoring.

 

Dr Louise Bruce (Environmental Modelling Consultant):

After graduating from UWA with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Applied Mathematics and a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering in 1995, Dr Louise Bruce has had over 13 years experience in numerical modelling with the mining industry, contract consulting and academia. This work culminated in PhD in 2005 studying the interaction between the physical and ecological processes of three aquatic ecosystems. Publication stemming from this work have drawn on a range of modelling techniques from very basic mass balance calculations to more complicated ecological and hydrodynamic models.