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Since being appointed as a Major Service Provider to Defence’s Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG), Team Downer has been taking our SME Roadshow around Australia to meet with Small to Medium Enterprises (SME), and Small Businesses that are currently working in, or seeking to enter the Defence Sector. The Team Downer consortium includes Downer Group, AGIS, DXC Technology, SYSTRA Scott Lister, Envista and Providence Consulting. Together, we have already established delivery teams in support of Major Integrated Work Partner contracts now in place, with just under 40% of that work being carried out by SME just like yours. This demand coming out of CASG is growing and we need to connect with you to help us deliver this work.
Innovative research on strengthening bridges with reinforced carbon fibre polymers has resulted in two engineers at Swinburne University receiving a prestigious award. Prof. Rhiad Al-Mahaidi and Dr Robin Kalfat developed fibre reinforced polymers to extend the life of existing concrete infrastructure, which has earned them an Australian Road Research Board 2018 Research Impact Award.
Western Australia is becoming concerned about a skills shortage for mining engineers, engineering associates and technicians in the near future, as it’s unable to attract young people from metro areas despite high paying entry level jobs of around $100k.