The Generation Exchange (Gen X) connects generations of engineers, from students and graduates through to Fellows and CEO's, to interact and swap valuable insights, perspectives and information.
This is a film for the whole family, celebrating the work done by engineers past and present, whilst inspiring the engineers of the future.
This site visit is to the Big River Ausply plywood factory in Wagga Wagga. The event will start with a brief overview of the site and plywood production process by General Manager Craig Dorward. Then take a tour of the factory to see the full plywood production process first hand. After the tour, Jason Blanch will give a presentation on the LVL bridge girder product, plywood bridge deck and pedestrian deck products.
An opportunity to hear from Martin Murray, a renowned leader in his field. Heavy haul railway lines are important and expensive items of infrastructure operating in an environment which is increasingly focussed on risk-based management and constrained profit margins.
Are you curious about how you can gain more from your Engineers Australia membership? This interactive event will provide you with a real opportunity to have input into what Engineers Australia does in Tasmania and a chance to catch up with colleagues and fellow Engineers Australia members.
Designing Safety Critical Electronics and Software
‘Making Regulatory Standards Work for You’
Four Corners Q&A Night: Career Tips 101.
Sydney WIE in collaboration with RTAA will be leading an industry sharing knowledge event “Four Corners” night where 4 esteemed speakers across industry will share key tips they’ve gained across their career. The audience will then split into 4 groups for smaller group Q&A’s with each speaker. The night will conclude with plenty of time for Networking.
Be sure to register early!
In 2018, the Victorian Government established a new statutory body, the Birrarung Council. The Council will provide advice to the Government about how to best utilize the Yarra for community and recreational use and protect the river’s health. Join the Water Panel - Victoria and hear from Council members Chris Chesterfield and Erin O'Donnell, as well as Jane Doolan, Chair of the Yarra Collaboration Committee, about what this means for the Yarra River, the Traditional Owners and the wider community that uses the river.
Engineers Australia is celebrating its centenary this year and we invite you to join us as we celebrate 100 years of engineering and recognise the valuable contributions of our members. Join us, in this, our centenary year. We want to celebrate our members and thank you for being part of our hundred-year story.
Join us in celebrating 100 years of Engineers Australia
The Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA) is Western Australian Legislation that applies to most construction contracts in Western Australia
Join fellow engineers in a day of open learning, recognition, and celebration of local developments aimed at bettering Southern Queensland
Join the Mid North Coast Group for a tour of Barrington Bridge. The Timber Allan Truss Bridge was built in 1920. It is 4.6 m (15’) between kerbs. At the time, the loadings for bridges were much lower than vehicles today.
This forum looks at the Solid Waste Management challenges and transformations in Hong Kong.
There is no escape, cybersecurity is here there and everywhere. Even for the Engineering profession, cybersecurity is paramount to ensure the protection of information.
Join Engineers Australia to celebrate our centenary. Bring your family and friends along to Highfields Pioneer Village in Toowoomba to see the unveiling of a restored 1940 Vintage Southern Cross diesel engine and lots more!
Join the Mid North Coast Group for a tour of Chichester Dam. Chichester Dam was constructed between 1915 and 1926 as the Hunter's first dedicated drinking water storage system.
The Hedberg, a creative industries and performing arts project, will be a contemporary landmark, co-located with and enhancing Hobart’s beloved Theatre Royal. This site tour will allow attendees to inspect the completed structure, ongoing façade works, the first of the completed foyer spaces linking the new building to the Theatre Royal and early progress on finishes and services work in the impressive performance spaces.
*Webinar available * Join a host of industry professionals for an open discussion of major overvoltage issues in high voltage systems
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