Joining the Morgan Engineering team in 2019, Jeremy has overall responsibility for the management of People and Culture, Safety, Operations, and Finance. Inspired by a culture of innovation, integrity, and quality, you will find Jeremy working closely with the team each day to ensure the smooth and efficient delivery of services to customers. He has a deep respect for what he sees as the mutual energy and commitment every employee has for the business. One of his key achievements so far has been delivering new Cultural Awareness training sessions to the Leadership Team.
Matthew is responsible for launching the line boring division of Morgan Engineering, bringing his expertise to the family business 15 years ago. Under his leadership, the line boring division has grown from one to six custom-built trucks. Known for his ‘let’s make it happen’ attitude, Matthew is proud to be a part of a team with a shared focus and vision. His primary role is quoting and invoicing, but also sources the latest in new equipment to ensure the team have what they need to stay ahead of the game.
Martin joined the family business as an apprentice fitter and machinist in 1998 and today oversees all day-to-day operations of the workshop and staff recruitment.
He is proud of the dynamic offering and wide range of services Morgan Engineering delivers and believes strongly in continuous innovation and growth. Forward planning is a key role for Martin, as is overseeing maintenance and equipment upgrades and purchasing.
His workshop team are focused on delivering innovative engineering solutions and quality service and perform well under pressure.
Kicking off her career at Morgan Engineering lending a hand with admin tasks after school, Chelsea has worked her way through the ranks learning practically everything about the business along the way. She credits the team she works amongst for keeping her energised and the continued success of the business. Chelsea is a firm supporter of Morgan Engineering’s “growing our own timber” approach to training and upskilling the younger generation. The role she enjoys the most is around public relations and community engagement, and giving back to the local community.
Beginning his career with Morgan Engineering as an apprentice fitter and machinist in 2011, Brody has found the culture of continuous learning a positive challenge in the workplace.
His decade with the business to date has delivered him opportunities to expand his knowledge and skills across its operations.
Through building proficiencies in line boring, CNC machining, job planning, quoting, invoicing, purchasing, job planning, and apprentice training, Brody is now responsible for overseeing the smooth operation of the Machine Shop.
Being involved in the early stages of setting up the line boring division and developing strong client relationships has been a key highlight for Guy during his time with Morgan Engineering. He sees his job as both challenging and rewarding, with a team of colleagues who are approachable and open to ideas. Guy believes that if he’s successful in ensuring the team have the information and tools to deliver what’s promised, customers will continue to put Morgan’s as their number one go-to and the team will enjoy coming to work each day.
The positive culture, can-do attitude and family-oriented nature of Morgan Engineering is the key to the company’s excellent reputation, according to Reggie.
A 15-year veteran of the fitting and machining industry, he is always happy to share his insights and knowledge with his colleagues. A typical day for Reggie involves quoting and scheduling client jobs, answering client enquiries, and overall making sure customers’ needs and expectations are met and, hopefully, exceeded.
A key highlight for Reggie in his time at Morgan Engineering so far has been stepping up and joining the management team.
Kyle joined Morgan Engineering when line boring services were added to the firm’s service offerings in 2011.
It’s Kyle’s role to liaise with customers to establish the scope and timing of their job requirements, and to ensure the line boring team delivers quality work in a timely manner. Kyle has extensive experience in line boring having worked in the Hunter and Central West regions and interstate.
As a supervisor, Kyle believes that giving clear direction to his team regarding processes and procedures is the key to getting the job done right. He’s also the first to lend a hand when help is needed to get a job over the line.
The daily commitment from the whole team to uphold the company values of ownership, accountability and responsibility is a what makes Morgan Engineering a great place to work, according to Nicholas. On a typical day Nicholas can be found at client sites ensuring the work being carried out is of the highest level. It’s Nicholas’s role to manage the team of line borers and to guarantee equipment is maintained in peak condition. He’s passionate about Morgan Engineering takes pride in helping to maintain a great company culture in the workplace.