Structural College Victoria

The Victoria Branch of the Structural College.

About the Structural College Victoria

The Victorian Branch of the Structural College is managed by a Branch Committee which focuses on the needs of members involved in the field of structural engineering.

The Structural Branch organises many Division activities and promotes the structural engineering discipline, as well as providing an avenue for structural engineers to share in the affairs of their professional body.

Committee members provide their time on a voluntary basis for the development and support of the broad field of structural engineering and for the benefit of members.

The Committee's aim is to encourage structural engineers to affiliate with the Structural College through the Branch and to become active participants in the Division. We would welcome your involvement in the Structural College's Victorian Branch to further enhance your principal professional field of interest.

Committee

The Structural College committee members are representative of the broad field of structural engineering, and work voluntarily for the development and support of the profession.

An aim of the College is to encourage structural engineers to affiliate with and to actively participate in its affairs. By becoming involved, you:

  • ensure the Structural Branch represents your principal field of professional interest
  • influence policy by being involved in responding to draft policies and standards
  • organise events and conferences for the benefit of the engineers
  • shape opportunities within the profession through lobbying and networking.

Chair
Graham James MIEAust CPEng NER

Vice Chair
Spiros Dallas FIEAust

Secretary
Harrison Chua MIEAust

Events Coordinator
Astrid Fulton GradIEAust

Committee
Nicolette Cumbo MIEAust

Saman de Silva FIEAust

Richard Eckhaus FIEAust CPEng NER

Ravi Kumar MIEAust

Jeff Roper MIEAust CPEng NER

Julio Pinochet MIEAust

Geoff Taplin FIEAust CPEng

Bill Wong FIEAust CPEng NER

Professional affiliations

The Structural Branch has affiliations with many other different organisations with common causes including:

  • Sponsors
  • Professional bodies
  • Universities
  • TAFE’s

NATSPEC

NATSPEC is a national not-for-profit organisation whose objective is to improve the quality of the built environment through sharing of relevant information.

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