The National Committee on Water Engineering (NCWE) is one of four specialist groups affiliated with the Civil College. We are the peak representative body for Water Engineering issues and services to members.
This session will go into depth into Engineers Australia’s internationally recognised credential for engineering practice, Chartered Status, and shows how you can get started in compiling your application.
Chartered Status is exclusive to Engineers Australia. Engineers with Chartered Status can enjoy recognition by government, business and the general public on a global scale. Chartered Status certifies that you practice in a competent, independent and ethical manner; and indicates you are a leader...
The presenter, Janice Green will provide a summary of the IFD revision project and present key changes to design rainfalls estimates and procedures. This will include discussion of the new 'very frequent' rainfall estimates that can be applied in water sensitive urban design.
This $411 million railway project has succeeded in creating a vital new line to boost freight capacity and improve passenger service reliability. The project was delivered on time and under budget, adding six kilometres of new track and adding capacity to the national network