Partnering with us

Collaborate with Engineers Australia and advance your business.

Partnering with Engineers Australia

Engineers Australia’s networks and sphere of influence are prolific, made up of key stake holders and decision makers from all sectors of industry, government, defence, education as well as its + 100 000 professional members.

By way of bespoke, strategically designed partnership initiatives, EA is able to facilitate the connecting of its partners to their desired audiences within these networks.

A Strategic Partnership with Engineers Australia provides partners with the platform from which to 

  • showcase their organisation’s capability and capacity
  • position their organisation as the employer of choice for professional engineers and
  • deliver their key messages to a captive audience reflective of their stated markets.

Partnering with Engineers Australia ensures alignment with “The Trusted Voice of the Engineering Profession” and the resulting inherent brand alignment and credibility.

Engineers Australia currently enjoys National Partnerships with quality organisations from a diverse range of industries and sectors. Companies such as Siemens, Mobil and Dulux are some examples of global organisations that have entered into long term relationships with Engineers Australia and continue to derive the benefits therein.

For information specific to partnering with Engineers Australia and learning about the opportunities that will benefit your organisation, please contact:

Murray Mussett (National Manager Corporate Partnerships) on 0434 909 310 or email mmussett@engineersaustralia.org.au

Below is a list of our current partners who enjoy the benefits of working with Engineers Australia.

Customers around the world use AkzoNobel’s trusted brands and products. Some of them are household names, others are more specialist products, but everything they make is likely to play an essential role in your daily routine.

They supply innovative and sustainable paints, coatings and specialty chemicals to customers around the world. As well as offering key functionalities, their products play a vital role in the manufacturing process in many industries.

At AkzoNobel, innovation starts with understanding what their customers need. That means understanding and anticipating their changing needs and expectations. You will see AkzoNobel innovation all around you. Their science is protecting the world’s most iconic buildings and landmarks. It is helping to keep buildings cool to conserve energy and saving shipping companies both money and carbon emissions by helping their vessels glide through the sea.

Arcadis Australia Pacific is a leader in built and natural asset design and management. From major road and rail infrastructure to innovative waste, water, residential, retail and heritage projects, they strive to create smart, sustainable solutions for their valued clients. Working in partnership with government, industry and the community, they’re helping deliver rail projects across Australia; exciting urban redevelopments in Queensland, modern highways across Australia, new retail hubs in Melbourne and hospital precincts in Sydney.

Arcadis differentiates itself through its talented and passionate people and its unique combination of capabilities covering the whole asset life cycle, its deep market sector insights, and its ability to integrate health & safety and sustainability into the design and delivery of solutions across the globe.

Arcadis, Improving quality of life.

Austral Masonry is one of Australia’s largest manufacturers of concrete masonry blocks, retaining walls, pavers and stone products.  Their residential solutions can be seen on high end architectural projects and landscaping designs while their commercial solutions include: coloured and standard masonry blocks, large scale segmental block retaining wall products, as well as a range of hardstand solutions such as commercial and permeable segmental block paving.

They offer innovative solutions that provide structural integrity, excellent strength, durability and pride themselves on making beautiful products that last forever.

Cardno are an ASX-listed professional infrastructure and environmental services company, with expertise in the development and improvement of physical and social infrastructure for communities around the world.

The Cardno team is comprised of leading professionals who plan, design, manage and deliver sustainable projects and community programs. Their diverse skills and experience allow them to offer integrated services in ten market sectors to clients both locally and across the globe. These sectors are buildings, land, coastal and ocean, environment, international development, management services, energy and resources, transportation, water and defence.

Comprising the Navy, Army and Air Force, the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is a modern, people-focused organisation; and one of Australia's major employers.

As one of the world's leading military organisations, the ADF provides a formidable military capability built upon expertly-trained personnel and technically-advanced vessels, vehicles, aircraft and weapons. Working in close cooperation, the Navy, Army and Air Force are tasked with the defence of: our nation, its borders and coastline, our people and their values, and our way of life.

In addition to defending our nation, the ADF supports a broad range of operations in Australia and overseas, including: supporting international security and counter-terrorism initiatives, protecting our borders from illegal activity and incursions, supporting humanitarian and peacekeeping operations, and helping communities affected by natural disasters.

Across every one of their 200+ roles, the ADF offers excellent career opportunities for women, championing gender equality and providing a uniquely supportive working environment.

DuluxGroup is a manufacturer and marketer of products that protect, maintain and enhance the spaces and places in which we live and work.

From household rooms transformed by the latest designer colours, to the ripe tomatoes in the garden, to the latest in garage door design and technology, to the industrial coatings that protect landmark infrastructure such as bridges and the construction chemicals that reinforce them; DuluxGroup products are at work. Their brands have been woven into the fabric of the communities where they operate, helping consumers to live better and more comfortable lives.

DuluxGroup employs approximately 4,000 people in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, South-East Asia and China.

ExxonMobil, the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, uses technology and innovation to help meet the world's growing energy needs. They hold an industry-leading inventory of resources and are one of the world's largest integrated refiners, marketers of petroleum products and chemical manufacturers.

ExxonMobil has remained a leader in energy technology throughout its 135-year history. With a commitment to fundamental science and innovation unmatched in their industry, they invest about $1 billion a year in R&D. They continue to advance a range of technologies to help meet growing demand for energy while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with energy use.

ExxonMobil commit to be innovative and responsive, while offering high quality products and services at competitive prices.

Geofabrics is Australasia's geosynthesist specialist. They help their clients deliver and maintain their infrastructure by minimising risk and increasing value through the innovative use of geosynthetic products. 

For over 35 years they have supported the Australasian infrastructure sector on significant projects from the Victorian Level Crossing Removal projects to APLNG in Queensland to the Christchurch Gondola in New Zealand. On these projects, and every project they undertake, they have a singular focus: to provide smarter infrastructure solutions for their clients. 

Geofabrics believe smarter infrastructure is about using smart products, smart solutions and smart people to help their clients develop value engineering opportunities for their projects. They believe this delivers greater opportunities to lower risk, cost and construction time frames whilst increasing maintenance cycles and whole of life opportunities.

Since 1961, McConnell Dowell have built thousands of quality assets and facilities for clients and communities. Their expertise has grown steadily to span building, civil, electrical, fabrication, marine, mechanical, pipelines, rail, tunnel and underground construction.

With over 3,500 employees and professional engineering and construction teams in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the Middle East, their clients benefit from their unique mix of local knowledge and international experience.

Their culture is founded on expertise, creativity and progressive thinking. They constantly challenge themselves and their partners to find the best solution for every project. This attitude, along with their safe, high-quality, systematic and structured approach, has earned them the trust and loyalty of their clients.

Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin is a global fully integrated professional services and project management company and a major player in the ownership of infrastructure, with a presence in Asia Pacific since 1985. From offices around the world, SNC-Lavalin's employees are proud to build what matters. Our teams provide comprehensive end-to-end project solutions – including capital investment, consulting, design, engineering, construction, sustaining capital and operations and maintenance – to clients in oil and gas, mining and metallurgy, infrastructure and power. On July 3, 2017, SNC-Lavalin acquired Atkins, one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies.

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