Enhancing the quality of life for all Queensland communities

Our plans for the future of public works in Queensland ...

Strategy 1 INFORMS: Promote Excellence in the Delivery of Sustainable Public Works and Services

1.1 Issue regular communications featuring public works and the role of IPWEAQ and its members in improving the quality of life of citizens

1.2 Recongition by relevant state government departments, councils, industry, Partners and other associations as the peak body representing the sector's best interests

2.1 Provide and promote an excellence awards program

2.2 Promote thE outcomes of scholarships

2.3 Embrace technology and inform others 

Strategy 2 CONNECTS: Facilitating the Development and Exchange of Ideas, Information and Technology

2.1 Maintain active branches

2.2 Engage with members

2.3 Provide relevant, contemporary and innovative products and services

2.4 Build and maintain collaborative networks

2.5 Provide a sense of belonging to a professional community

Strategy 3: Represents: Advancing Public Works Engineering and Services issues on the Public Agenda

3.1 Promote public works 

3.2 Promote the available pathways for students and the 'contribution to community' aspect of a career dedicated to public works

Strategy 4: Leads: Fostering the career and skills growth of members

4.1 Support career development and progression

4.2 Provide access to information that will assist members to perform their roles

4.3 Support the development of knowledge and skills


Our value propositions

Our Knowledge Centre is an essential resource for anyone involved in public works in Queensland.

Our quarterly e-journal is valued for its technical and industry-relevant content.

Our technical products are widely-adopted and are leading-edge.

Our comprehensive professional development program is innovative and exceeds the needs of members and industry.

Our conferences are must-attend events.

An IPWEAQ excellence award is highly sought after.

Our water directorate (qldwater) strengths the urban
water industry to maintain and improve the safety,
health, wellbeing and sustainability of Queensland

Our members enjoy a strong sense of community through our proactive branch network.

We uphold professional standards as an RPEQ (Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland) assessor.