Established in 1977, Georgiou Group is one of Australia’s leading building and civil construction companies, delivering a wide range of engineering services professionally and capably. With 40 years’ experience and located in Western Australia, New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria, our vision is to be ‘the best people to work with’.
Georgiou specialise in building construction, mining, oil and gas, ports and marine, precast, transport (road and rail), urban development and regeneration and water infrastructure. We believe in working alongside our clients and partners to achieve the best possible results. From the conceptualisation and design phase to the construction and handover phase, we believe in excellent communication to complement our high-quality work. We view projects as a challenge and have made it our duty to find workable solutions to achieve project objectives.
Whether you are interested in becoming a client, partner or employee of Georgiou, you will be associated with one of the largest construction engineering companies in the country that never compromises safety over profit, is innovative in its thinking and attracts, retains and develops the best talent in the industry.
Powerlink is a leading Australian provider of high voltage electricity transmission network services, combining innovation with insight to deliver safe, cost-effective and reliable solutions.
A Queensland State Government-owned corporation, Powerlink operates and maintains the transmission network that extends 1,700km north of Cairns to the New South Wales border, comprising 15,500 circuit kilometres of transmission lines and 139 substations.
Powerlink’s role in the electricity supply chain is to transport high voltage electricity, generated at major power stations, through its transmission grid to the distribution networks owned by Energex, Ergon and Essential Energy (in northern NSW), supplying power to almost four million Queenslanders.
Powerlink also transports electricity to high usage industrial customers such as rail companies, mines, and mineral processing facilities, and to New South Wales via the Queensland/NSW Interconnector transmission line.
Lendlease’s Engineering business is a leader in civil and rail infrastructure. Lendlease creates packaged solutions for the delivery of infrastructure assets, including development, financing, design, and construction.
Working across Australia, Lendlease offers advanced technical capabilities and significant construction resources for the creation of critical transport and infrastructure assets, under a variety of delivery models.
The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (BPEQ) regulates the profession of engineering in Queensland. BPEQ traces its history back to 1930 when the then Queensland Government passed the original Professional Engineers Act (also known as the PE Act).
Following the passing of the PE Act, BPEQ was established and thus the registered professional engineer of Queensland (RPEQ) system was created and continues to be adhered to today.
The University of Queensland's Professor Roger (RJ) Hawken, a Queensland Engineering Hall of Famer, was the driving force behind the registration system and assisted the government of the time in its development.
As administrators of the Professional Engineers Act, BPEQ strive to protect the public by ensuring professional engineering services are provided by a registered professional engineer in a professional and competent way, maintain public confidence in the standard of services provided by registered professional engineers, and uphold the standards of practice of registered professional engineers.