Key Personnel

Key Personnel:

Managing Director – Joe Dwyer

 Joe is responsible for the performance of Dwyer Engineering to ensure achievement of the requirements of respective Clients in respect of the objectives and Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) for Projects. He controls, develops, manages and coordinates the provision of project management and construction services so that results are achieved and risks identified and managed on complex, high-value projects on time & on budget, and to agreed standards of quality.

 Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide leadership within the company, including coaching and development.
  • Develop & implement company plans & monitoring progress in respect of quality, time and costs.
  • Lead initiatives in team culture, continuous performance improvement, and learning and development.
  • Ensure effective communication and co-ordination within the company and to the client team(s).
  • Approve, interpret, and execute policy, objectives, and standards.
  • Implementation and monitoring of systems & policies to ensure that works are undertaken cost-effectively, in compliance with company policies  and  statutory obligations.
  • Develop and maintain productive relationships with the Clients.
  • Control & optimise the allocation of human and physical resources in respect of engineering, procurement and construction activities within the company.
  • Identify potential safety, cost, time, quality, procurement or HR issues & taking corrective action.
  • Seek Client approval for changes to scope.
  • Ensure that the highest standards of health, safety & environmental management are implemented.
  • Interview, develop, review and deploying appropriately skilled personnel to assist the growth of the company.

Business Manager – Cale Branch

Cale is responsible for overseeing and supervising a company’s operations and employees to ensure the achievement of company objectives and that assigned to projects are completed to the company and Client(s) satisfaction and to meet safety quality and schedule objectives.

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Direct business in the defined area of operation, including responsibilities of staff and sub-contract labour.
  • Preparation and submission of reports to the Managing Director.
  • Oversee tendering for new projects to ensure continuity of the division`s operations.
  • Review proposals from subcontractors.
  • Participate in the development of short and long term corporate plans.
  • Contribute as a member of the management committee to the marketing direction and viability of the total organisation.
  • Assess potential sales and marketing opportunities in the area.
  • Undertake divisional administration and delegate responsibilities.
  • Supervise Project Managers to ensure their duties and responsibilities are carried out in accordance with company objectives.


Safety / Quality Manager – Neville Jones

Neville is responsible for providing Health and Safety (H&S) and Quality Assurance (QA) leadership within the company with regard to fabrication and construction contracts. Neville is responsible for ensuring qualified, competent, trained staff are in place and that each  area meets, if not exceeds, the H&S policies and requirements through a process of Health   and Safety minimum standards, integration of systems and continuing revision and implementation of quality assurance management systems and processes on project(s) to meet appropriate standards (e.g. ISO 9001 for Quality Assurance, ISO 14001 for Environmental), in order to achieve best practice and to meet company and Client requirements.              

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Ensure compliance with company and Client statutory obligations and OH&S policies.
  • Liaise with relevant government departments & other external organisations on OH&S matters.
  • Report on H&S performance, accident & incident investigations & initiate changes in procedures & equipment (where required).
  • Work jointly with the Managing Director on H&S strategies, development and implementation of various monitoring programs.
  • Initiate & update procedures to ensure the supply of appropriate safety equipment.
  • Critique the project injuries and action and advise major trends issues for the
  • Facilitate development of safe work practices for new activities.
  • Provide feedback from sites on injuries and action items.
  • Provide past lessons learned on key items relating to injuries at different phases as we move from phase to phase.
  • Support on-site Safety Professionals; provide technical advice and mentor.
  • Provide H&S advise to the Project Managers.
  • Manage the company’s Workers’ Compensation.