Enhancing the quality of life for all Queensland communities

Engineering the Future with our YIPWEAQ program

Emerging Leaders

Conference Program

Young Engineer of the Year

Buddy Program


Career Pathways

Welcome Function

Jessica Kahl, IPWEAQ Ambassador & Chair, YIPWEAQ Committee

Joshua Flanders, IPWEAQ Ambassador & YIPWEAQ Committee

See Jessica's YIPWEAQ report in the March issue of Engineering for Public Works

YIPWEAQ Deputy Chair, Ashlee Adams

Register for our Buddy Program!

Attention Members and Fellows attending the IPWEAQ annual conference on the Gold Coast, 10-12 October 2018 - would you be interested in being a 'buddy' to accompany a YIPWEAQ member for the duration of the conference? 

We invite you to introduce your YIPWEAQ buddy to your colleagues and assist them with choosing sessions to attend based on their career aspirations.

Thank you for contacting us regarding the YIPWEAQ program. We will revert to you as soon as possible.

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Emerging Leaders Series

Dwayne HonorProject Manager - Bundaberg CBD Revitalisation & CHAS

Churchill Fellow, BET (CIVIL), BBA

Bundaberg Regional Council. (March 2017)

Aaron Meehan, General Manager - Infrastructure, South Burnett Regional Council. (March 2018)

Engineering my Career

If you are iinterested in designing and developing thriving communities for future generations, a career in public works is for you! Discover more about engineering the future with ground-breaking solutions to some of the world’s most pressing issues. Consider a career in public works engineering in a technical or management position.

Futures Challenge

Young Engineers of the Year

Aaron Meehan (2017), Craig Heck (2016), Ellie Johnson (2015), Dwayne Honor (2013)


Please contact Katrina Strathearn on 07 3632 6807 OR Belinda Smith on 07 3632 6801.