Justin Turner

Justin Turner

Justin Turner - Structural Project Engineer

  • Office: Brisbane
  • E: justin.turner@wge.com.au
  • P: +61 07 3811 4548
  • Structural

Justin Turner has recently joined the Structural team, bringing 10 years of consulting engineering experience across sectors including residential, industrial, health care, football stadiums and education. His portfolio includes high rise buildings with experience in post-tensioned designed floor systems, composite buildings, portal frame and an assortment of steel structures. His experience has had him working on projects in Queensland, Western Australia and in Port Moresby, PNG.

Outside of work

Justin enjoys spending time out with his young family, follows the Brumbies in the Super Rugby and tries to get out on the golf course whenever he can.

What will you bring to a project

I have 10 years’ experience in the structural engineering consulting sector, working on a wide range of building and infrastructure projects.   I like to work closely with the architect to develop structural solutions that are sensitive to their vision but which are also cost effective.  My attention to detail has given me the ability to identify and resolve potential risks and challenges, deliver quality documentation on program all whilst establishing strong working relationships with my clients.


Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Hons)

Industry accreditations / bodies

  • Member of Engineers Australia (MIEAust)
  • Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng)
  • Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ)
  • National Engineering Register (NER)

Previous projects

Legacy Way Tunnel Project

Justin was the Lead Structural Design engineer for the Western Cut and Cover fitout where he worked collaboratively with all other engineering disciplines and the construction team.

Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital

Justin was a member of the five (5) man structural design team on LCCH and led the site supervision works.

Centre for Children’s Health Research Building

Justin was a member of the design team, taking charge of the detailed design of the composite raking columns, the feature interaction stairway and the lateral design of the building.