A century of achievement 1913 - 2013
Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

Tristan Lewis

Tristan Lewis standing in front of engineering equipment

Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours in Information Technology/Bachelor of Engineering with First Class Honours in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 1999

I was awarded a Clough Engineering Scholarship in my penultimate year and later joined the company, which provides engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning services. I moved into the field of instrumentation.

I spent nine months at the Subiaco Waste Water Treatment plant commissioning that part of the plant which converted raw sewerage into oil. Then I joined the Sawan project where Clough was contracted to build two gas processing trains in Pakistan's remote Thar Desert. There, I helped manage the construction and installation of instrumentation equipment and fiscal metering systems.

Now in Melbourne, I manage the instrumentation commissioning for the Bass Gas project. Clough (in partnership with Shedden UHDE) is building onshore and offshore gas processing facilities.

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