We invite you to join us for the 2020 IPWEAQ Annual Conference to be held at the Brisbane Exhibition & Convention Centre, South Brisbane, 10-12 November 2020.
This year’s comprehensive program includes presentations on sustainability in pavements, intelligent asset management, project delivery, stormwater management, a panel discussion on The role of Public Works Professionals in Community Road Safety, choice of four Tech Tours, an Emerging Professionals Workshop and Women in Public Works Engineering Masterclass Breakfast.
Please contact Monica Robertson on 07 3632 6802 should you have any queries.
Public Works TV (PW-TV) offers sector-wide engagement across three online channels - TechTalks, Emerging Professionals and Women in Engineering. PW-TV viewing is complementary to IPWEAQ members.
Non-member access fees
$100 plus GST - All-inclusive subscription to 30 June 2021
$30 plus GST - Per episode
Try our first three sessions complimentary!
We invite you to join us at our new premises in Eagle Farm for your next course, workshop, Board, executive or committee meeting, function or product launch.
We have seven rooms for hire with a range of booking and catering packages available. See costs, inclusions and booking information at Public Works Professionals (the branding for our new room hire business; we have not changed our name).
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Sprayed Bitumen, Brisbane
QUDM Revisions and Additions, Brisbane
Employers who are willing to offer internship opportunities to students throughout their degree are encouraged to contact individuals listed below via their LinkedIn profiles.
Elise is in her third year of studying a Bachelor of engineering (civil) and Bachelor of Business (accounting). Her areas of interest include Civil and Structural Engineering within SEQ, however she is open to different locations and is flexible regarding the duration of the internship. Please contact Elise directly on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elisewatkins/
USQ has released an online questionnaire to investigate the behaviour of floodways under extreme flood loadings.
This research aims to improve the resilience of floodway structures during extreme flood events. The research involves three-dimensional modelling of floodway structures under different extreme loading conditions, with outcomes contributing to the development of a structural design method to compliment the hydraulic design approaches utilised in the current Australian design guidelines.
The researcher has requested the assistance of individuals with current or previous experience in floodway design, maintenance and construction. Your input into this survey will assist in validating model results and in aligning research outcomes with industry requirements.
Thank you for your contributions to our Institute and our sector, it is most appreciated!
Be a part of our 1,000+ community of professionals actively involved in our sector. Renew your IPWEAQ membership today (due 1 July 2020)!
Contact Johanna Vanling on 07 3632 6803 should you have any queries or to arrange payment over the phone.
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