In the community

WGE are dedicated to supporting the community in which our people live and work.

We made a decision to redirect all monies traditionally spent on corporate gifts and other such expenses into financial contributions to causes and community projects that they’re supporting. A radical overhaul of how our promotional and marketing dollars are spent has seen a move towards supporting initiatives that significantly contribute to the betterment of the community.

Each year a number of carefully selected projects are chosen that will involve the use of our people’s skills, talents and time while also making a financial contribution to these projects.

September 23, 2019

Stantec in the Community

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE), now part of Stantec is rolling up our sleeves this week and heading into the community as part of a global initiative. Stantec in the Community Week officially launc …

August 15, 2019

Riding for a good cause

Wood & Grieve Engineers now part of Stantec (WGE) annual event is back again this year, with our Busselton Bike Ride happening on 22 November. Celebrating the 13th anniversary of our annual bike r …

May 30, 2019

Our responsibility to help alleviate youth homelessness

The below article is courtesy of Australian National Construction Review; first published 27 May 2019. It features words from Grant Holman, Melbourne Office Manager and Director at Wood & Grieve E …

May 27, 2019

WGE supports National Reconciliation Week

Grounded in Truth Walk Together in Courage   Today marks the beginning of National Reconciliation Week – a week-long celebration of our Indigenous history and culture. It’s a time for all Austral …

March 14, 2019

PIF rallies builders and providers in support of homeless youths 

Property Industry Foundation (PIF) has partnered with a consortium of consultants and suppliers to help build Melbourne City Mission’s $8 million Frontyard Youth Services redevelopment.  The project w …

January 23, 2019

WGE offer mentoring to indigenous students

The ink was barely dry on the official endorsement of WGE’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) when the company was made aware of the outstanding STEM achievements of a small rural school in WA’s wheatb …

September 4, 2018

WGE’s Reflect RAP officially endorsed

At Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE), our difference is our people.  We heavily invest in creating a unique culture that empowers our team to deliver highly personalised and robust engineering solutio …

August 6, 2018

Busso Bike Ride is BACK

Wood & Grieve Engineers’ (WGE) annual pedal event is back again this year, with our Busselton Bike Ride happening on 23 November. 2018 marks the 12th year WGE has hosted the event, which attracts …

August 1, 2018

When Property Meets Philanthropy: Construction Starts on Centre for Homeless Youth

Property industry heavyweights have stepped up to create a new world-first facility supporting homeless youth in partnership with the Victorian government. Construction of an $8 million centre began t …

June 11, 2018

All abilities play space becomes a reality

Phase one of the All Abilities Play Space on the Nedlands foreshore – including the main playground area ­– has officially opened with a new name. Nedlands Mayor Max Hipkins, Rotary and the major spon …

September 12, 2017

Perth to Busselton bike ride

Since 2007 WGE has been holding the Perth to Busselton Bike ride. Around 40 employees, clients, family members and friends take to the road for this 250km ride, which takes around 12 hours to complete …

September 12, 2017

Children’s Leukaemia and Cancer Research Foundation

WGE’s Perth office has supported CLCRF since mid-2015, raising an astounding $13,000 in just 12 months. The team have been very creative in their fundraising efforts, with events including themed morn …

September 12, 2017

All Abilities Play Space

Our Perth engineers are volunteering their time with Australia’s Bridge to deliver the All Abilities Play Space at Beaton Park, Perth. Local community groups have been working hard to raise funds and …

September 12, 2017

Asylum Seeker Resource Centre – Women’s Space

WGE engineers in Melbourne volunteered their time and design skills to assist the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) in Footscray. The project consisted of dividing the existing art room into two se …

September 12, 2017

Hummingbird House, Brisbane

Hummingbird House is the first children’s hospice in Queensland and only the third in Australia. Hummingbird House provides short break stays, family wellbeing services, creative therapies, and care a …