Channel Island apprentices recognised at 2021 NAWIC NT Awards

We were thrilled to see two of our talented Channel Island apprentices recognised at the 2021 National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) NT Awards for Excellence held on 6 August 2021.

Territory Generation and COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed the way we work, but the health and safety of our people, contractors and suppliers remains Territory Generation’s number one priority. Read about our response to COVID-19, including site access procedures for external contractors and visitors.
COVID-19 has changed the way we work, but the health and safety of our people, contractors and suppliers remains Territory Generation’s number one priority. Read about our response to COVID-19, including site access procedures for external contractors and visitors.

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Channel Island apprentices recognised at 2021 NAWIC NT Awards

We were thrilled to see two of our talented Channel Island apprentices recognised at the 2021 National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) NT Awards for Excellence held on 6 August 2021. Our congratulations go to Electrical Apprentice Kalina Price, who received the NAWIC Award for Achievement in Construction. Kalina and Mechanical Apprentice Elisha Wright […]

Territory Generation engineers recognised on International Women in Engineering Day

Congratulations to Rebecca McKenzie, Shital Vaghela and Ririn Vogler on being recognised by TGen’s Portfolio Minister, the Hon. Eva Lawler on International Women in Engineering Day, celebrated on 24 June. We are proud to see Rebecca, Shital and Ririn acknowledged for their contributions to their industry and to Territory Generation’s diverse and skilled workforce. Rebecca […]

Territory Generation staff provide industry expertise for April 2021 National Innovation Games

Well done to Territory Generation staff Rebecca McKenzie, Mark Howard, Ririn Vogler and Sam Mills who participated in round two of the Northern Territory National Innovation Games on 22 April. Special congratulations go to Sam, whose team placed first. The Northern Territory National Innovation Games series is made up of three events (March, April and […]