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April 19, 2018

WGE join the 500 Women in Property Launch

I’m committed to shaping my career in the building and property sector, and becoming that senior woman others reach out to Last month a number of female Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) employees too …


April 18, 2018

Celebrating World Heritage Day

Everyday people all over the world celebrate their cultural heritage, simply by living their lives in a way that embodies who they are and where they came from.  But one day a year is set aside to cel …


April 13, 2018

New-look Melbourne – As good as a holiday

They say change is as good as a holiday and at Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) we’re always looking at ways to improve and adapt innovative ways for the benefit of our clients. But that thinking als …


April 10, 2018

Networking – Everyone starts somewhere

Future Directions provides a platform for emerging leaders within the property industry to future develop professional skills sets. Wood & Grieve Engineers has been a long term supporter and spons …


April 9, 2018

Reality Engineering: Visualising the Future

Engineering concepts to the layperson can often seem intangible and, let’s face it, relatively dull! To the non-engineer, navigating industry-specific buzz-words, complex drawings and associated scien …


April 6, 2018

Word perfect

The new Perth Library is the first major civic building to be constructed in the Western Australian capital since the city’s Concert Hall was built nearly 45 years ago.  Part of the redeveloped Cathed …


April 6, 2018

Subsurface Utility Engineering as a Disruptive Innovation

By definition, Disruptive Innovation is “a term in the field of business administration, which refers to an innovation that creates a new market and value network and eventually disrupts an existing m …


April 5, 2018

Top three transport tips for a sustainable city

Imagine turning the kinetic energy from pedestrians into people power? This is just one cutting-edge example of sustainable transport in action, says James Brownlie, transport specialist with Wood …


April 4, 2018

Day in the Life of Engineers: Part 3

You can guarantee that no day will be the same as an engineer  Quentin WilsonWGE Employee 19 years Today is Global day of the Engineer (4 April) – an important event on Wood & Grieve Engineers’ (W …


April 4, 2018

Day in the Life of Engineers: Part 2

The scope is endless; it’s an exciting time to be involved in the industry  Mike PriorWGE Employee 16 years Today is Global day of the Engineer (4 April) – an important event on Wood & Grieve Engi …


April 4, 2018

Day in the Life of Engineers: Part 1

I know they have confidence in my capabilities, and that gives me confidence  Priya Behera WGE Employee 1 year Today is Global day of the Engineer (4 April) – an important event on Wood & Grieve E …


March 27, 2018

Congratulations to the NSW Structural Team as finalists in the ACSE Awards

Wood & Grieve Engineers’ (WGE) NSW Structural team were named as finalists in the 2018 Association of Consulting Structural Engineers (ACSE) Awards for their innovative approach to the constructio …


March 27, 2018

Introducing Transportation Engineering

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) prides itself for being a one-stop shop for clients, which is why we recently welcomed James Brownlie as Section Manager of our new Transportation Engineering team. T …


March 22, 2018

Sustainability found in Building Reuse

  Wood & Grieve Engineers contributed to a recent research project commissioned by the City of Perth.  The C Grade Office Case study research involved local architect Cameron Chisholm Nicol, …


March 14, 2018

WGE’s Sydney fire engineering team expand with further infrastructure expertise

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) has recognised the client demand for infrastructure consultancy services and expanded their existing capabilities with the hire of Ettienne Jordaan to the NSW fire en …


March 7, 2018

Why ideas are gender free

Our engineers recently spoke to the Property Council of Australia (PCA) to discuss why ideas are gender free and the importance of females in the construction industry. This article was originally pub …


February 20, 2018

WGE’s latest video ‘Sydney – predicting the future’

Everyone agrees the opportunity is there to build a healthier, happier future, but what should the industry do now to build a better future?  WGE asked some prominent industry colleagues about their t …


February 19, 2018

Why a smart city puts people first

Our Technology Sector leader, Elliot Alfirevich recently spoke to the Property Council of Australia  about why a smart city is about much more than technology and puts people first.  This article was …


February 1, 2018

Finalist for 2018 Financial Review Client Choice Awards

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) is a finalist in three categories for the 2018 Financial Review Client Choice Awards announced this week. WGE was nominated as a finalist for: Best Consulting enginee …


January 16, 2018

WGE’s Antonio LoMonte becomes Hydraulics Section Manager

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) is pleased to announce the promotion of Antonio LoMonte to Hydraulics Section Manager in the Sydney office. WGE Director Joseph Walsh says that Antonio has provided t …