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August 13, 2018

WE-EF After Dark: Vote for The Link!

Brisbane project The Link has been shortlisted for the inaugural WE-EF LIGHTING Landscape Architecture After Dark national competition.  Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) is proud to have been involve …


August 10, 2018

How to cultivate the best workplace culture

Named an Aon Best Employer for the eighth time, Wood & Grieve Engineers is arguably Australia’s best place to work. What’s the secret to WGE’s culture? We checked in with CEO José Granado. Each ye …


August 3, 2018

Changes to VIC Planning Provisions

Earlier this week the Victorian Government announced significant changes to the Victorian Planning Provisions (VPPs) which aims to make the state’s planning system more efficient and accessible. Amend …


August 3, 2018

New rural WA health facility opens in Manjimup

Health Minister Roger Cook officially opened the state-of-the-art Warren Health Service in Manjimup earlier this week, with Wood & Grieve Engineers’ (WGE) Grant Sheppard attending the celebrations …


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 …


July 31, 2018

2018 Aon Best Employer Insights

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) made history when Aon announced the 2018 Best Employers list on 30 July; a program which recognises an elite group of organisations across Australia and New Zealand w …


July 30, 2018

WGE creates history with 8th Best Employer

“Becoming an Aon Best Employer for the eighth time is an incredible achievement, and is a reflection of our high performing staff.” Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) has been awarded its eighth Aon He …


July 19, 2018

Higher learning: Prahran High School

The below article is courtesy of AIRAH’s July edition of Ecolibrium; first published 18 July 2018 Property prices, high-density residential development and a resurgence in inner-city living have combi …


July 18, 2018

WGE projects recognised in Architecture awards

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) would like to congratulate our clients who were recently recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects 2018 state awards. In total, WGE were involved with 15 s …


July 11, 2018

Why wood buildings stack up

“Developers are looking for an extra edge that helps them get to market quicker and more affordably. Timber is that edge.”  In cities of glittering glass, steel and concrete, the idea of timber buildi …


July 4, 2018

Shining a light on design creativity

Studies show that lighting has a direct effect on people’s emotions, both positively and negatively.  Not only that, it can effect productivity and energy levels, so it should come as no surprise that …


June 22, 2018

Being a champion for diversity

Tomorrow, Saturday 23 June, is International Women in Engineering Day – a day in which we hope to raise the profile of women in our industry and the exciting engineering career opportunities available …


June 19, 2018

Exclusive first-look inside Western Sydney Stadium

Construction of the new-look Western Sydney Stadium is full steam ahead, with the NSW Government giving early access to the media for an exclusive first look at the development so far.  Wood & Gri …


June 14, 2018

Elizabeth Quay named UDIA’s best for urban renewal

Perth’s Elizabeth Quay development has been awarded Australia’s best urban renewal project by the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA), Australia’s peak body for the urban development indus …


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 …


June 8, 2018

CEO calls for support in preparation for sleepout

Wood & Grieve Engineers’ (WGE) top brass will be roughing it for one night on Thursday 21 June, all in support of the St Vincent de Paul Society. José Granado has signed up to support the Vinnie’s …


June 7, 2018

Cutting through the construction noise

Noise may be an occupational hazard on construction sites. But new technology from Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) eliminates the endless engineers’ reports and puts noise control in the palm of the …


June 5, 2018

Sydney’s Sustainability team receives boost

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) recently welcomed Le Han Tan, who joins the Sydney Sustainability team as a Project Engineer. Le Han brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the group, having …


May 25, 2018

Optus Stadium wins national construction award

Optus Stadium, and the surrounding Stadium Park, was last named the 2018 winner of the Australian Construction Achievement Award (ACAA).  Announced at an event in Melbourne, Optus Stadium beat out fiv …


May 25, 2018

Finding out what lies beneath

A meeting of the minds was held recently with Roads Australia hosting a single table dinner in Sydney to discuss Australia’s subsurface utilities. Individuals from across Australia were invited to the …