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Stacy Bugeja, Project Engineer

Meet the Team - Stacy Bugeja, Snowy 2.0

Meet Stacy Bugeja, Project Engineer for the iconic Snowy 2.0 project! 

For the past two years, Stacy’s office has been in the New South Wales Snowy Mountains where she is helping build the largest renewable energy project in Australia.  

“As a Project Engineer for the plant and equipment department on the Snowy 2.0 Project, I work on the disassembly and reassembly of the tunnel-boring machine (TBM) at Talbingo.  

“This TBM is known as Lady Eileen Hudson, and she will be excavating the six-kilometre tailrace tunnel that will feed into Talbingo Reservoir.  

“It's been an exciting and challenging project, and I feel like I'm getting right back to the core of my discipline as a mechanical engineer.  

“Working on Snowy 2.0 has been a unique experience that I wouldn't get on any other kind of job.  

“It's an iconic project, and I love the diversity that comes with it.  

“Being a fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) worker has also been a great fit for me. I work two weeks on, one week off, which suits my lifestyle. It's been great to make lasting friendships with my colleagues and feel like we're all in this together.  

“I grew up on a property in Queensland, so being remote and away from the city is something I enjoy.  

“I'm proud to be a part of this iconic project, and I'm excited to see what the future holds for the Snowy 2.0 project, and it's an honour to be a part of it.”  

About the Snowy 2.0 Project 

Webuild is part of Future Generation Joint Venture - FGJV, the principal contractor for Snowy Hydro Limited, delivering the iconic Snowy 2.0 Project, which will help underpin Australia’s renewable energy future.

Snowy 2.0 will increase the generating capacity of the Snowy Scheme by 2,000 megawatts (MW), up from current capacity which stands at 4,100 MW, and will also triple its pumping capabilities which the Scheme currently has at Tumut 3 power station.

Importantly, Snowy Hydro supplies the National Electricity Market at times of peak demand. As renewable energy sources continue to feed a greater proportion of power into the grid, Snowy 2.0 will help keep the lights on when the wind is not blowing or the sun is not shining.

Meet the Team - Snowy 2.0 project | Stacy Bugeja

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