For more than a decade, BLJ In-situ Solutions has been successfully providing Turnaround & Construction Specialist Mechanical Services and built its name on the proven skills and experience of its people in specialised site services.

Through our innovative approach to finding the right solution for some very unique situations, BLJ In-situ Solutions has gained a reputation for achieving positive and cost-effective outcomes for its clients. Our specialised on-line and off-line mechanical services are integral to the operational efficiency of key Australian industries and we have delivered our services nationwide across Australia, New Zealand and also the Asia-Pacific region (including Papua New Guinea, Vietnam, Singapore, and Thailand).

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In 2014-15, direct construction industry output contributed 7.8% to Australia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) up from around 6.5% a decade ago. This makes the construction industry Australia’s third largest contributor to GDP in terms of the volume of its output.
Pipeline maintenance in Australia plays a critical role in infrastructures and the energy industry. Pipelines are used to transmit different forms of gas and other liquids such as oil, slurry, and water.
Crude oil production in Australia averaged 493.14 BBL/D/1K (Barrels Per Day) from 1994 until 2016, reaching an all-time high of 781 BBL/D/1K in February of 2000 and a record low of 247 BBL/D/1K in March of 2015.
The Fertiliser Plant industry is a vital input to Australian agriculture with some $2 billion spent on fertilisers each year, a key input to the $26 billion of agricultural production. Of the 5 million tonnes of fertiliser used, more than 4 million tonnes is imported as raw material or finished product.
The Australian marine industry includes ship and boat building and repair, marine equipment manufacturing, and marina operations.
Australia is fortunate to have abundant and diverse mineral and energy resources. The strength of the resources sector is critical to Australia's economic performance given its significant contribution to national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and export earnings.
Mining has been a driving force for much of the exploration of Australia's remote inland and for Australia's industrial development, as Australia is one of the world's leading mineral resources nations.
The Petrochemical industry plays an important role in the success of the Australian economy.
Petroleum resources include oil, gas, coal seam gas, oil shale, and unconventional resources. Australia’s exports of mineral and petroleum commodities were estimated to be $174 billion in 2014–15.
There are over 500 accredited renewable energy power stations in Australia with around 40 new accreditations each year. Each year these power stations generate enough electricity to power around 2.4 million average Australian households.