7 Apr 2015The EA Insider is back again this month tackling a much discussed facet of Engineers Australia: the Colleges.
6 Mar 2015The 18th Australian Engineering Heritage Conference is to be held in Newcastle, NSW, hosted and organised by the Newcastle Division of Engineers Australia and Engineering Heritage Australia.
26 Feb 20151975 Civil Engineering Graduates Reunion 18th April 2015
9 Jan 2015A consortium led by the infrastructure engineering faculty at Melbourne University has been tasked with checking the Murray Darling Basin Plan’s worth.
9 Jan 2015The organisation that was to manage the project has been disbanded by Victoria’s new Labor government.
The Civil College is one of Engineers Australia's Colleges which is responsible for specific functions relating to the civil engineering and sub disciplines areas of practice.
The College is managed by a Board and some of its key functions are:
- set discipline standards for professional engineers, technologists and associates
- guide the content of undergraduate courses
- enter into mutual recognition agreements with kindred bodies and
explore discipline related initiatives and provide guidance on CPD policy
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.
20 Apr 2015Presentation by Nat Patterson (Haskoning Australia) and Indra Jayewardene (MHL). The 550m long Coffs Harbour Eastern Breakwater was constructed in the early 1900's by end tipping rock material directly on to the seabed. Being one of the most exposed breakwaters on the NSW coastline, the ocean...
21 Apr 2015The frontier for construction of modern infrastructure is usually underground and with piling and other foundation works the numerous challenges and solutions are often unrecognised.
21 Apr 2015The Albert ‘Tibby’ Cotter Walkway is a shared path bridge crossing Anzac Parade in Sydney’s east. It provides pedestrian and cycle connectivity between the eastern and western precincts of Moore Park and lies on the pedestrian corridor between the sports and entertainment precinct, Surrey Hills...
21 Apr 2015Allan’s presentation will focus on the design and development of micropile technology in Australia and will provide case study examples of both slope stability and deep foundation projects where micropiles have solved difficult engineering problems to provide a robust and efficient design solution.
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