Consulting Engineering for the Wine, Food and Beverage Industries.

Founded in 2005, Linney Engineering Services specialise in providing a wide range of engineering services to the wine, food and beverage industries throughout Australia.

In that time, we have built a strong reputation among our clients for our integrity, honesty, reliability and a high standard of work.

Our services encompass a full and varied range of engineering requirements including site master planning, conceptual layouts and designs, project planning, statutory approvals, detailed design and equipment selection, and project management.

The knowledgeable team at Linney Engineering Services can consult, design and manage projects large and small, and we pride ourselves on building strong and lasting relationships with our clients, our industry collaborators and our employees.





We encompass a full range of engineering requirements including site master planning, conceptual layouts & designs, project planning, statutory approvals, detailed design & equipment selection, & project management.

McWilliam's Hanwood Winery

In 2005 McWilliam’s Wines embarked on a project to consolidate their winemaking operations at Hanwood. The project included the closure of three small satellite wineries in the Riverina, Riverland and Yarra Valley areas and relocation of assets from those site to Hanwood.

Penfolds Winery

In 2013 Penfolds expanded and upgraded the red fermentation capacity at their Nuriootpa site. The project involved the removal of old equipment from inside an existing building followed by the installation of 56 x 10 tonne sweeper fermenters, elevated above mobile presses.

Vinpac International

In 2014, in preparation for an increase in bottling at their Angaston site, Vinpac expanded their bottling tank farm with the installation of 3.8 million litres of new still wine storage vessels and 6 x 50kL pressure tanks for sparkling wine processing.

Yalumba Wines

In 2015 Yalumba embarked on the challenging project of rebuilding their bottling hall within an existing building at their Angaston site. To limit bottling downtime, the construction phase of the project had to be delivered in 8 weeks including removal and reinstatement of the bottling lines.