Paul Deuchar founded Argon Technology at the age of 24. While studying Mechanical Engineering at Curtin University, Mr Deuchar identified the need for a company that could provide robotic engineering services to the soon-to-be booming resource sector. Based on that idea and a solid vision, Argon Technology was born in 2004 and quickly grew into the largest robotic organisation in the state, with clients that include BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Bluescope Steel. The company now boasts 12 highly skilled staff, while Mr Deuchar himself has overseen the training of more than 100 engineers, with a commitment to creating a work environment that is both enjoyable and professionally rewarding. In 2009 Mr Deuchar was recognised as WA’s Young Engineer of the Year for his efforts in developing Argon Technology into a company that is now internationally recognised and accredited.
Bio last updated 21 Jan 2014
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