May 2017

News May 29, 2017

Two WA Heritage Awards for Heirloom by Match

WGE worked with developers M/Group and architects Cameron Chisholm Nicol on Heirloom by Match, transforming the former disused Dalgety Wool Stores into 183 contemporary apartments. The project was recognised as the Winner for Conservation read more

News May 23, 2017

Are you going to Green Building Day in Sydney?

WGE’s Rebecca Dracup will be at Green Building Day in Sydney on Wednesday 24 May talking about how sustainability performance can be achieved for heritage buildings.

As part of the conference program, Rebecca will be read more

News May 18, 2017

Vertical schools – the only way is up

WGE’s Vinh Le recently spoke to the Property Council of Australia (PCA) about the new trend towards vertical schools in urban areas. 

As people move back into our city centres, vertical schools are rising up read more

News May 15, 2017

WGE engineers put dual-stage PRVs to the test

With the increasing trend toward taller high-rise residential developments, hydraulics engineers are working harder to ensure reliable and consistent water pressure with optimized plant space available for pump stations – as the space is read more

News May 10, 2017

Sustainability in Heritage

WGE’s Perth team have been involved in a number of heritage projects, revitalising and restoring buildings that have often stood vacant for decades. Conserving and retaining heritage buildings is highly important in Perth, given read more

News May 04, 2017

Geotechnical Engineer strengthens Civil and Infrastructure capability at WGE

Geotechnical Project Engineer Jonathan Durnell has recently joined Wood & Grieve Engineers’ based in the Sydney office, and working across Australia to offer our clients a better understanding of how ground conditions can impact read more