Civil & Structural Colleges - Canberra

The Canberra branch of the Civil & Structural Colleges.

About the Civil/Structural Colleges in Canberra

Objectives

The objectives of the Civil/Structural Branch are to:

  • Deliver a program of technical sessions for the continuing professional development of members.
  • Develop camaraderie within the civil and structural engineering communities in the ACT area.
  • Provide a forum for discussion of issues of relevance to members and the public in the ACT area.
  • Liaise with other learned institutions and societies.
  • Assist with membership interviews for civil and structural engineers.
  • Contribute to Civil College and Structural College activities.
  • Contribute to Canberra Division activities.

Committee

Chair Mal Wilson
Committee     Michael Hill
  Simon Webber
  Greg Taylor

Contact us

For more information email: [email protected]

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