For more than a decade, BLJ In-situ Solutions has been successfully providing Shutdown, 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 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).

BLJ In-situ Solutions looks forward to working with you, contact us now and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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