Structural Engineers are Critical for Green Building Success
When you expect fifty people at a ‘lunch and learn’, you naturally order around 25 pizzas.
Engineers Ride Civil Construction Boom
Engineers throughout Australia are enjoying a significant jobs boom as federal and state governments ramp up efforts to provide infrastructure to a growing population.
The Pros and Cons of Contract Employment for Engineers
When growing up, many Australians are told to study, get into tertiary education and get a job.
Does Your Product Comply with the NCC?
Throughout Australia, the seriousness of building products which fail to comply with the National Construction Code is well-known following the tragedy at Grenfell in London, the...
Mining Risks Missing Next Generation of Engineers
For Trent Nayler, notions of any lack of opportunity within Australia’s mining sector as a result of the recent downturn are incorrect.
Australia Needs Mandatory Registration for Engineers
When construction of Melbourne’s iconic West Gate Bridge across the Yarra River commenced in 1968, it was to be the then Bolte state government’s crowning glory.
Australia Facing Shortage in Skilled Engineers
Engineers with 12D experience and those in areas such as civil, structural and other areas are in shortage throughout Australia as a large number of public...
IoT Sensors: An Engineering Silver Bullet?
The “Internet of Things” (“IoT”) is in basic terms the connectivity of things and the flow of information to provide data and outcomes.
Design Safety Decisions Don’t Disappear
A recent civil case in New South Wales has highlighted the importance of diligent ‘safety in design’ decisions being made by architects and engineers.