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fission appoints Jason Finselbach to lead the organisation’s Energy Services Team

fission is delighted to welcome Jason Finselbach to the team to support our growth and continued success in the energy sector. A senior leader with significant expertise and experience supporting the development of energy projects, Jason will lead fission’s Energy Services Team, supporting key projects such as Humelink and Copperstring 2.0.

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fission sees early success in 2023

fission is thrilled to be starting the new year with a solid pipeline of work across road, rail and energy sectors.

Infrastructure Engineering

fission Welcomes Dean Hooker as Estimating Manager – Major Projects

fission is delighted to welcome Dean Hooker to the team in the role of Estimating Manager – Major Projects. Dean joins fission with a wealth of experience in construction, having started his career as a 9-year-old labourer for a small civil contractor in the school holidays.

Infrastructure Engineering

fission to power HumeLink cost estimation

fission is pleased to announce our recent appointment of Owner’s Cost Estimator to Transgrid for their HumeLink HV Power Transmission Project.

Infrastructure Engineering

fission unearths quarry savings for Wagga Wagga Regional Council

Wagga Wagga Regional Council (WWRC) is undertaking a strategic review of their quarry assets with the objective being to reduce operational costs, and improve environmental outcomes whilst reinforcing the resilience of the region’s road network.


Rejuvenation of South Australian Icon Benefits From fission Expertise

As the first major bridge spanning the Murray River, the Old Murray Bridge is an icon of South Australian infrastructure. Constructed in 1879, the State Heritage Listed structure has connected the townships of East and West Murray Bridge providing a critical transport link for the communities. But, as with any structure, time


fission continues its rapid growth in the national rail sector

As the rail sector in Australia grows at a rate not seen since 1854 when the Melbourne and Hobson’s Bay Railway Company opened Australia’s first steam railway line, fission is on track to be at the heart of the nation’s rail infrastructure future.