2015

News December 11, 2015

Melbourne property industry leaders share their insights

As part of Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) continued support of the Victorian property industry, we are proud to once again sponsor the Property Council of Australia Christmas lunch, held on 11 December, 2015.

The read more

News December 10, 2015

Changes to BCA plumbing standards realise considerable cost savings

In line with sustainability and water conservation practises, modern day tapware and appliances require significantly less water flow than older appliances. However, the Australian Standard that determines the requirements for reticulating hot and cold read more

News December 04, 2015

Recognition for office fitout at Design Institute Australia awards

Wood & Grieve Engineers’ (WGE) Perth office is celebrating a win at the Design Institute Australia (WA) awards held on Thursday 3 December. In partnership with architects Woods Bagot, WGE delivered an innovative office read more

News December 04, 2015

Premier opens new Ronald McDonald House

The new $27 million Ronald McDonald House in Nedlands, officially opened today by Premier Colin Barnett, provides a home away from home to an increased number of families of seriously ill children who are read more

News November 26, 2015

2015 Perth to Busselton Bike Ride a huge success

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) annual Perth to Busselton bike ride was held on Friday 13 November, with 32 participants completing the 245km ride in sweltering conditions.

The annual event is a test of strength read more

News November 17, 2015

Peace of mind for bushfire building protection

With the right measures in place, the risks to buildings in bushfire prone areas can be minimised through the use of safe construction. That’s why the Victorian Government has introduced strict codes and why read more

News November 02, 2015

Melbourne office recognised for Excellence in Construction

Mitcham Private Hospital has received an Award for Excellence in Constsruction of Commercial Buildings $3M-$5M by the Master Builders Association of Victoria. Announced earlier this month, the awards showcase outstanding craftsmanship and professional standards read more