22 May 2015Engineers Australia and Cyient Industry Partner Summit, 24 March 2015, Melbourne
20 May 2015Nominations for the John Holland Civil Engineer of the Year Award, WH Warren Medal and Rod McGee Medal are open until 1 September 2015
13 May 2015Past Chair Civil College calls to for your support in memory of Bill Blake
12 May 2015Bill Blake was a civil engineer and lawyer, who gave his time generously in volunteer work with Engineers Australia.
5 May 2015The 36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium to be held 7-10 December 2015 at the Grand Chancellor Hobart, Tasmania
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- guide the content of undergraduate courses
- enter into mutual recognition agreements with kindred bodies and
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CECAR7 Call for abstracts
On behalf of the Engineers Australia Civil College Board, I am pleased to draw your attention to 7th Civil Engineering Conference in the Asian Region – CECAR 7 – in Hawaii from 30th August to 2nd September 2016. The theme of CECAR 7 is Building a Sustainable Infrastructure in the Asia Pacific Region and will be hosted by the American Society of Civil Engineers – ASCE.
Engineers Australia representative wanted
The committee is being reactivated as the following revisions have just been approved by Standards Australia:
- AS 3582.1-1998, Supplementary cementitious materials for use with Portland and blended cement – Fly ash;
- AS 3582.2-2001, Supplementary cementitious materials for use with Portland cement – Slag – Ground granulated iron blast-furnace;
AS/NZS 3582.3-2002, Supplementary cementitious materials for use with Portland and blended cement – Amorphous silica.
Standards Australia would be pleased to welcome an Engineers Australia representative in this committee.
EA now has the option to nominate a contact who will be representing EA in a technical capacity (please refer to Section 7.2 of SG-004 Roles and Responsibilities in Standardisation).
If so have someone who is interested, can you please confirm by COB 30 May 2014.
27 May 2015"Sonar, Shrimps, Whales and Submarines": How sonar and submarine operations depend critically on the ocean acoustic environment
28 May 2015Multicomponent GCL’s, incorporating a polymer coating, are a relatively recent development in the long history of GCL’s.
28 May 2015Increased use of steel framing in residential and low rise buildings is placing demands on engineers to upskill to the latest design theory and construction smarts.
28 May 2015"Sonar, Shrimps, Whales and Submarines" How sonar and submarine operations depend critically on the ocean acoustic environment
29 May 2015This course provide details on retaining walls, buried pipes and Geosynthetics soil structure interactions, where these man-made elements interact with the soil or rock provides a unique behaviour, which is quite different from a soil or structure only. Placement and compaction aspects affect the...
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