Sponsors

Engineers Australia Northern Division would like to thank our partners, sponsors and supporters. Without the support of these organisations the division would not be able to provide a number of programmes and events. These include the Engineering Excellence Awards, Continuing Professional Development Events and Youth Programmes.

We ask all of our members to support those organisations who support them.

If you would like to find out more information about your sponsors please click on their logos and go directly to their website.

Partners

SHELL

 Shell has a long history of involvement in the community across its more than a century of business operations in Australia. As Shell’s business in Australia grows, so too does our country social investment program which now focuses solely on education, including projects which encourage an interest in science and technology. Our program includes national and state/territory community initiatives, as well as local activities close to our key operations in Perth and off the coast of Western Australia.

Shell is pleased to work with Engineers Australia Northern Division and provide support to take their SMART roadshow to 4,000 primary school students in the Northern Territory, focusing on regional and remote towns and communities. SMART shows are designed to develop an encourage an early interest in science, with the ultimate aim of reversing the trend of declining enrolments in science and maths subjects. 

NILSEN

Nilsen is a family owned Australian business, founded in 1916.

With over 90 years of continuous service in the electrical industry, Nilsen maintains the traditions on which the company was built: Service, Reliability and Quality.

Nilsen has offices in all mainland Australian capital cities.

Our areas of expertise are:

  • Contracting
  • Communications and Data
  • Electrical and High Energy Services
  • Switchboards 

NORTHERN TERRITORY GOVERNMENT

The Department of Business and Employment (DBE) represents the merging of vital government services and presents an opportunity to develop employment and business growth in the Northern Territory. We have regional offices in several locations across the Territory. DBE can be divided into three core areas all committed to play a critical role in supporting the Government's priority of maintaining a strong, vibrant and growing Northern Territory economy.
The Northern Territory Department of Construction and Infrastructure perform an integral role in the sustainable development and growth of the Northern Territory.

The department provides an integrated approach to service delivery through the Northern Territory Lands Group, Transport Group, Infrastructure Services, Construction Division and Organisational and Business Services.

The Northern Territory Department of Lands and Planning has the responsibility for developing and providing the strategic planning and growth frameworks, strategies and infrastructure plans required to sustainably develop the Territory. Important areas of focus will include comprehensive analysis of growth trends to inform government decision making, a strategic land use plan for the greater Darwin region, Territory wide residential and industrial land release programs, planning for the City of Weddell and a new regional transport framework.

The department provides an integrated approach to service delivery through the Northern Territory Lands Group and the Northern Territory Transport Group

In addition, a one stop shop for building industry regulation will be created by the joining of the NT Build Office to the Builders Licencing, Plumbers and Drainers Licencing and Electrical Workers and Contractors Licencing functions.

The Department of Local Government and Housing (DLGH) plays an important role in the Northern Territory as its responsibilities affect the quality of life for all Territorians.

These responsibilities include housing, local government, governance and Indigenous services, water safety, animal welfare and a significant role within all NT Regions through regional offices in four locations.

Our vision is transforming the physical and social infrastructure across the Territory. We work towards this goal by building partnerships with both urban and remote communities to achieve improved outcomes.

CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is founded on 50 years of delivering tertiary education in the Northern Territory (NT), Australia.

The University is the largest tertiary institution in the NT, with campuses in the Darwin suburb of Casuarina, Palmerston, Alice Springs, Katherine and Nhulunbuy, and training centres in Jabiru, Tennant Creek and Yulara.

CDU was formed in 2003 through a merger between the Northern Territory University, Alice Springs-based Centralian College, NT Rural College in Katherine, and the Menzies School of Health Research.

Today, CDU offers a fresh approach to education, training, research and knowledge application.

The University aspires to be internationally recognised as a centre for excellence in Indigenous and cross-cultural knowledge, tropical knowledge and desert knowledge.

Sponsors

SITZLER

Sitzler Pty Ltd is one of the largest privately owned and operated construction companies in Northern Australia. Established in 1976 we have a proven track record of delivering successful projects from Darwin through to Adelaide and have operating interests in Western Australia.

The Ichthys Project

The Ichthys LNG Project is a Joint Venture between INPEX group companies (the Operator), major partner TOTAL group companies and the Australian subsidiaries of Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric Power and Toho Gas.

The Project has now entered the construction phase. This process is being managed by JKC Australia LNG. JKC is made up of JGC Corporation, KBR and Chiyoda Corporation. Between the three organisations, they have been responsible for designing and delivering a large percentage of the world's major oil and gas processing plants, including large-scale LNG facilities across the globe.Supporter

AECOM

AECOM is a global provider of professional technical and management support services to a broad range of markets, including transportation, facilities, environmental, energy, water and government.

With approximately 45,000 employees around the world, AECOM is a leader in all of the key markets that it serves. AECOM provides a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation and technical excellence in delivering solutions that create, enhance and sustain the world's built, natural, and social environments.

A Fortune 500 company, AECOM serves clients in approximately 125 countries and had revenue of $7.3 billion during the 12 months ended March 31, 2011.

AECOM is ranked by Ethisphere as one of the world's 110 most ethical companies for 2011.

Our operations focus on the following areas of expertise:

  • Architecture
  • Building Engineering
  • Construction Services
  • Design + Planning
  • Economics
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Government
  • Mining
  • Oil + Gas
  • Program Management
  • Program, Cost, Consultancy
  • Transportation
  • Water

AURECON

Aurecon provides engineering, management and specialist technical services for public and private sector clients globally. With an office network extending across 26 countries, Aurecon has been involved in projects in over 80 countries across Africa, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and the Americas and employs around 7 500 people throughout 11 industry groups. We seek to foster human achievement in all aspects of our work.

Aurecon has a client centric business model that gives us the agility to deliver the full range of our services globally. We create best teams for our key clients, develop strong client relationships and deliver market leading solutions.

Our clients benefit from our collaborative business model as it nurtures the development of market leading expertise across their industries. Our technical professionals develop business advantage for our clients based on deep understanding of the industries in which they operate.

Aurecon’s values form the foundation of our commitment to our client relationships; our promise to our people; and the contribution we make to the communities in which we live and work.

  • We foster human achievement through excellence, innovation and collaboration
  • We respect others by celebrating diversity and acting with integrity and honesty
  • We work to build a vibrant and brighter future for all

We aim to set industry standards, benefit communities and make a significant contribution throughout the developed and developing world.

GHD

GHD is an international network of professional and technical consultants.

Established in 1928, GHD employs more than 6000 people across five continents and serves clients in the global markets of water, energy and resources, environment, property and buildings, and transportation.

Wholly-owned by its staff, GHD is focused exclusively on client success. Our network of forward-thinking engineers, architects, planners, scientists, project managers and economists collaborate to solve client and community challenges. They embrace the core values of Teamwork, Respect and Integrity to create enduring relationships that deliver exceptional results.

Friend

Nortruss Builders Supplies

Nortruss Builders Supplies is the Northern  Territory’s  largest supplier of roof trusses, wall frames, light structural steel, hardware and building supplies.

Established in 1974, we have grown and evolved into a vital supplier and contributor to the local construction industry. We service a wide range of customers including domestic and commercial builders, government departments and agencies, local councils, owner builders, and construction related trades. Through our Remote Division we have a particular focus on supply into regional areas and indigenous communities.

At full capacity we employ around 100 staff on our site at Winnellie Road Winnellie in Darwin, and a further 40 odd people through the other arms of the Nortruss Group – Gorrkbuy Industrial Supplies in Nhulunbuy and Kimberley Truss in Broome WA.

We are very pleased to be able to further strengthen our relationship with the Northern Division of Engineers Australia by becoming an official supporter and look forward to working with you in the future.

AuSES

The Australian Solar Energy Society (AuSES) exists to promote scientific, social and economic development through the environmentally sound use of solar energy. Four broad objectives form the basis of most of the society’s activities:

• To promote research, development and adoption of solar energy and other complementary low emissions technologies

• To promote research into and use of solar energy in building design

• To compile and disseminate information and adoption of practices, technologies and systems for the use of solar energy and energy efficiency

• To advocate for the adoption by all levels of government of appropriate policies and programs to promote use of solar energy.

WALLBRIDGE AND GILBERT

Wallbridge & Gilbert , established in Adelaide in 1979, offers the full breadth of consulting services in Civil,
Structural and Environmental Engineering.

The company is wholly Australian owned, and supported by ninety qualified staff.

The wide range of structural projects undertaken includes multi-storey commercial developments, major civic buildings, industrial facilities, heritage/restoration and residential projects. Our civil engineering experience includes road design, water reuse, master planning, environmentally sustainable developments, site remediation and large residential land developments. Through our subsidiary Aztec Analysis we offer specialist services in heavy lifting, materials handling, mechanical design and marine engineering.

DARWIN CITY COUNCIL

The Darwin City Council is one of six municipal councils in the Northern Territory.

Operating under the Northern Territory Local Government Act it is charged with the 'Peace, order and good government of its council area and has the control and management of that good government'.

The Local Government Act authorises local councils to make appropriate by-laws for local people and communities. It is important for these to provide long term solutions rather than temporary relief to minor problems.

The Darwin municipality covers over 14,000 hectares and its population is nearing 72,000. Some 40,000 electors are on the electoral roll.

The role of the Council is to provide public services, make wise decisions in the interests of the community in a balanced way for the greatest benefit, to initiate, coordinate and serve as a catalyst for local effort, and to represent the community in theState/Territory and national contexts.

 
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