ATC Williams recently held its Annual Technical Seminar for all Australian staff covering the latest project news, software systems, safety and lessons learnt from the industry in recent times.
The day was highly successful and utilised the latest technology in video conferencing to coordinate presentations given from our Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth staff to our team nationwide.
Among the topics discussed was ATC Williams plans for the next 12 months to develop and benefit clients even further. Despite being global leaders in many areas of tailings management ATC Williams are still looking to raise the standard even higher in the near future.
Further collaboration with universities and technical centres was discussed, along with plans for future innovations and lifting the technical standards currently utilised to the next level. Further improvement on project management will also be addressed leading to greater operational performance and cost savings for clients.
With ATC Williams becoming well established in 6 key service areas over the last 30 plus years (including Tailings Management, Water Management, Waste Management, Geotechnical Engineering, Slurry Transportation and Laboratory Testing Services) our team have consistently combined their skills to benefit clients and achieve a more holistic approach.
As an important part of our business development strategy it is envisaged ATC Williams will further focus our specialist services on areas including Geotechnical Engineering in the civil market, Mine Closure and Rehabilitation, and Filtration and Dry Stacking of mine tailings.
ATC Williams also proudly announced the decision to open an office in the Middle East in the very near future to enhance our services in the region on the back of our successful track record there over the last 17 years. This will further add to our existing offices around the world. An official announcement will be made on this exciting news shortly.
Allan Watson speaking on ATC Williams future direction and focus with Behrooz Ghahreman-Nejad
Heather Wardlaw giving her presentation on ATC Williams "People and Culture"
Elaine Fisher and our video conferencing guru Holly Jenkinson.