9 Apr 2015CEO Stephen Durkin as Returning Officer for the Membership Ballot 2015 has issued the Declaration of Results at the conclusion of counting of votes.
14 Apr 2015Engineers Australia Queensland Division would like to send all of our newly Chartered members a well-deserved congratulations! Chartered Status shows that you have demonstrated leadership to your peers and to yourself, by demonstrating that you are a competent, well-rounded and ethical engineering...
9 Apr 2015Facebook has moved into its new headquarters to rival that of Google’s famously creatively driven headquarters. The 4000m² building in Menlo Park, California was designed by Frank Gehry , according to news.com.au, and features recognisable motifs for which the architect is renowned.
9 Apr 2015Engineering students at Queens University in Belfast are building a life-size bridge to span the Lagan River. The main challenge for these future engineers is that it is made out of Meccano. Meccano is known as an educational toy which includes plastic or metal parts to build a small model or...
9 Apr 2015Technology is always advancing over the years. Step back in time and discover what was engineered and used by military during WWI.
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President's column - April 2015
The new Queensland Government has now had its first Parliamentary sittings. Engineers Australia has continued to advocate for the de-politicisation of essential infrastructure planning and delivery processes.
For those who missed it, the following link is to an editorial piece that was published in the Courier Mail The political process is trashing infrastructure planning and projects with the public paying in spades addressing this issue.
This fragmented approach to infrastructure is a nation-wide issue, and our advocacy in Queensland is reflected by other Engineers Australia Divisions across Australia as well as our national office at Federal Government level.
Chris Warnock FIEAust CPEng
21 Apr 2015The Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) has formally commenced. This presentation will provide an overview of the different steps and processes that will need to be considered for those wishing to participate in the ERF, and an understanding of the opportunities or hurdles that the ERF presents.
22 Apr 2015The aim of the one-day course is to present the key steps to developing designs based on strut and tie models in a practical and efficient manner.
22 Apr 2015Prof. Colin Cole will present and discuss results from the recent project completed by the CRC for Rail Innovation concerning key issues in managing Curve Lubrication.
23 Apr 2015Engineer Australia Members and ATS Members are invited to attend our site visit to the Legacy Way Tunnel on Thursday the 23rd of April 2015. Buses depart from the Transcity offices at Toowong at 8.30AM sharp, places are strictly limited to 20 therefore registration is essential. All tour attendees...
23 Apr 2015Currently, three dimensional flood modeling is exotic, expensive and expert. However, as we have seen with 2D modeling, the more 3D is used in stormwater and flooding applications, the more accessible and necessary it will become. The aim of this technical presentation is to hear from practitioners...
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