Australian-made all electric vehicle launched

Australian-made all electric vehicle launched

Posted in Latest News//April 15, 2019

An all-electric delivery van, assembled entirely by a local team of engineers and technicians has officially launched in Australia.

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Cross River Rail Woolloongabbe site works on track

Cross River Rail Woolloongabbe site works on track

Posted in Latest News//February 27, 2019

Remediation work has begun at Cross River Rail’s Woolloongabbe station site following the demolition of Landcentre and the old South Brisbane Dental Hospital.

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Bentley Systems acquires pedestrian simulation software

Bentley Systems acquires pedestrian simulation software

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//October 18, 2018

Announced at the company’s Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference, the acquisition augments Bentley Systems’ modelling environment with digital workflows to explore different pedestrian traffic scenarios within public spaces, such as train stations.

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Northern Australia Infrastructure Fund commits $96M to JCU project

Northern Australia Infrastructure Fund commits $96M to JCU project

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//July 05, 2018

The Federal Government has committed up to $96 million from its Northern Australia Infrastructure Fund to boost enrolments in engineering courses at James Cook University in Townsville.

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VIC Govt to introduce mandatory registration scheme for engineers

VIC Govt to introduce mandatory registration scheme for engineers

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//March 14, 2018

The Victorian Government is introducing a new scheme that aims to ensure highly-qualified and experienced engineers develop and oversee the state’s most important projects.

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Engineers’ skills could become ‘redundant’ if they don’t prepare for the future – report

Engineers’ skills could become ‘redundant’ if they don’t prepare for the future – report

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 29, 2017

According to a new report from Hays Engineering, engineers require environmentally sustainable design knowledge, expertise in technology such as GPS positioning and drones, and a willingness to continuously ask questions to remain employable.

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