Join us next week, Wednesday 17 June at 4pm with Zehra Kaya, National Business Manager - Roads & Pavements at HUESKER. Zehra will discuss enhancement, durability and sustainability in pavement construction and maintenance using asphalt reinforcement Geogrid engineered from 100% Recycled PET.
Access last week’s PW-TV session with Mike Brady in the IPWEAQ Knowledge Centre! Mike talked about the impacts of COVID-19 at Toowoomba Regional Council and how it managed social distancing issues. Mike is the General Manager, Infrastructure Services Group at TRC and the 2017 Engineer of the Year.
The 2020 Annual Conference will now be held in Brisbane at the Brisbane Exhibition & Convention Centre, same dates - 10-12 November 2020!
Unforseen delays due to COVID-19 have impacted the renovations to the Cairns Convention Centre. We look forward to returning to Cairns in the future.
We strive to create a vibrant, vital and supportive community for women in our sector. Join us Tuesday 23 June for our International Women in Engineering Day (IWED) virtual lunch. Members and non-members welcome! See brochure for details on our presenters.
11 June 2020, QUDM Revisions and Additions Online Workshop
17 June 2020, QUDM Online Workshop
18 June 2020, Managing Risk on Lower Order Roads Online Workshop
TBA, Stakeholder Engagement Online Workshop
TMR has released a new technical guideline detailing best practices for the design of underpasses for cyclists and pedestrians. Bicycle rider and pedestrian underpasses describes important design attributes that build on advice provided in Austroads' Guide to Road Design and Guide to Traffic Management, and in the department's updated Road Planning and Design Manual Vol 3 Part 6A.
For queries regarding the Bicycle rider and pedestrian underpasses guideline may be directed to Transport and Main Roads' E&T: Vulnerable Road Users team via TrafficEngineering.Support@tmr.qld.gov.au
Thank you for your contributions to our Institute and our sector,
it is most appreciated!
Ian McMurtrie, 35 Years
Louis Cervetto, 25 Years
Christopher Hegarty, 25 Years
Bryan Payne, 25 Years
Mark Ryan, 20 Years
Martin Crow, 20 Years
Allen Christensen, 20 Years
Brian Milanovic, 20 Years
Andrew Ryan, 20 Years
Ross Guppy, 15 Years
Daryl Davis, 15 Years
Mark de Hayr, 15 Years
Andrew Llewellyn, 15 Years
David Jackson, 15 Years
Robert Sarvari, 15 Years
Michael Donald, 15 Years
Kevin Byers, 10 Years
Raad Jarjees, 10 Years
Graeme Hawes, 10 Years
Bruce Baker, 10 Years
Steven Brazier, 10 Years
David Goodman, 10 Years
Scott Hanson, 10 Years
Michael Pattinson, 10 Years
Debra Dibley, 10 Years
Brenden Quabba, 10 Years
Lawrence Eckard, 5 Years
Andrew Fulton, 5 Years
Danny Lynch, 5 Years
Jason Ricks, 5 Years
Aaron Meehan, 5 Years
John Keen, 5 Years
Michael Kinion, 5 Years
Andrew Foster, 5 Years
Christopher Dowding, 5 Years
Lachlan McMurtrie, 5 Years
Carl Bayer, 5 Years
Davendra Naidu, 5 Years
Daniel Berry, 5 Years
Robert Perna, 5 Years
Garth Kath, 5 Years
Haydn O'Leary, 5 Years
The Employability Guide provides an overview on making the most of a peak industry body membership and how we support the transition from academia to industry. The guide offers practical guidelines for connecting with industry professionals, increase employability with soft and technical skills training, copy-and-paste networking tips and avenues to participate in philanthropic initiatives to give back to communities.
Members who renew before 30 June will be in the draw to win one of three prizes valued at up to $1,800 plus GST
To recoup your membership subscription, you need only attend one IPWEAQ event or professional development program or purchase one technical solution. Members receive a minimum $300 discount on all IPWEAQ products/services.
IPWEAQ is proud to partner with Dream Big Australia, a not-for-profit organisation that provides science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) experiences to young people aged 15 to 18 empowering them to become future leaders in education, industry and innovation.
Managing Director and Founder Jessica Kahl has embraced the online space by bringing a brand-new careers podcast on STEAM opportunities for school leavers. The STEAM Ahead podcast shares stories from men and women with careers in STEAM fields so that young people can be informed on how to shape their futures.
The career chats with industry leaders in STEAM fields are designed to give young people a greater understanding of their career pathways post-school.
To share your story and career opportunities open to young people in the public works engineering space register your interest here: https://www.dreambigaustralia.org/podcastguest
Stay tuned for the upcoming podcast episode with IPWEAQ member Jessica Dennien, Gladstone Regional Council, and read her article here.
Local Buy is a procurement services provider who connects local businesses to local government and many other organisations. They are helping local businesses recover sooner from the impact of COVID-19 with their COVID-19 support package.
Businesses who are potentially impacted the most will receive financial relief through the Small and Regional Business’ Support Package. As part of this package, eligible small businesses will receive financial relief through waiving the first-year administration fee and receiving a credit for rebates in Q1 of the 2021 financial year.
AYM new community pages!