Engineers Australia WA Division has over 15,000 members and covers the geographical expanse of Western Australia. On this site you will find a range of relevant events and activities as well as information on the services we offer.
What does it take to succeed in your graduate role? Start with these five tips to make the right first impression. Hundreds of fresh university graduates will be starting their new jobs in the coming months, launching themselves into the competitive and fast moving engineering world.
Startled awake by sirens in the early hours of 17 February 1944, the Imperial Japanese Navy rushed to their posts to defend the Combined Fleet Base in Chuuk Lagoon, Micronesia. Operation Hailstone, a two-day aerial and surface attack by the US Navy, devastated the base. Over 47 ships and 4,000...
Civil engineer Victor Tapia recently deployed with RedR Australia to the Greek Island of Samos where he is working with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) to support the tens of thousands of asylum seekers arriving by boat from Turkey.
The Engineers Australia (WA) Sustainable Engineering Society (SENG) inaugural Undergraduate Researcher Award recognises a student who presents an outstanding final year project aligned with the EA Sustainability Charter - Objectives for Sustainable Development.
This talk describes some historical and current issues associated with geotechnical site investigation, identification of geo-hazards and analysis/design procedures to help non-geotechnical engineers better understand and manage ground related construction challenges.