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March 28, 2019

Elliot Alfirevich takes home Client Choice Award

Electrical Project Engineer and Principal Elliot Alfirevich has been named Most Client Focused Consulting Engineer at the 2019 Financial Review Client Choice Awards, which were held 27 March 2019 in M …


March 20, 2019

Beyond cool: How engineering technology is driving the business of innovation

Real time rendering and 3D photogrammetry are just two of the big-ticket technologies disrupting the engineering profession. Are they more than just cool tech? Wood & Grieve Engineers, now part of …


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 …


March 13, 2019

$66 million reno rescue hitting milestones

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) now a part of Stantec are involved with the Icon Co design team, who are assisting TAE Aerospace to redevelop an existing Masters Home Improvement site into a new Tur …


March 5, 2019

WGE enhanced by joining Stantec

“We are truly excited to be joining Stantec. It is a move that will expand our reach and provide greater opportunities for our clients and employees alike,” says  José Granado, Managing Director of Wo …


February 27, 2019

WGE shortlisted for Client Choice Awards

The finalists have been announced for the 2019 Financial Review Client Choice Awards, with Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) picking up two nominations. The organisation has been shortlisted in the Be …


February 18, 2019

PCA Outlook Lunch: The future of WGE

“Joining Stantec, without a doubt, will provide a lot more opportunities for both staff and for our clients”  Both the NSW and WA chapters of the Property Council of Australia (PCA) hosted their annua …


February 5, 2019

WGE well represented within esteemed industry bodies

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) continues to be engaged in moving the property market forward with twelve representatives elected to esteemed industry committees. Six of WGE’s people have been elect …


January 31, 2019

Navigating high-rise utilities

Utilities management in multi-storey buildings can be a complex topic, which is why some innovative thinkers at Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) looked for ways to help navigate the minefield. When d …


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 …


October 11, 2018

WGE’s success to continue as Stantec

In a move described as a union between “complementary rather than competitive organisations”, award-winning engineering firm Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) has signed a letter of intent to integrat …


October 2, 2018

WGE’s growth reflected in Sydney fitout

Reflecting the fast growing nature of Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE), our Sydney office recently underwent an expansion fitout by adding an additional floor to allow for more space. Close to 600 pe …


September 28, 2018

What’s the future of airfield infrastructure?

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) were honoured to have a seat at the table when some of the world’s pre-eminent airfield engineering and maintenance experts gathered earlier this month. The 13th Airf …


September 19, 2018

WGE Principal takes home Female Leadership award

“I think leadership is using the platform that you have to inspire the best in other people.” Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) were well represented at the Urban Development Institute of Australia (U …


September 13, 2018

Introducing Energy Services

Securing efficient and sustainable energy supplies at a reasonable price is a key challenge facing the property industry. But it’s something that has seen Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) quietly bui …


September 13, 2018

Why diversity delivers at Wood & Grieve

A talented acoustic engineer, Meisha Stevens recently took home NAWIC’s Future Leader of the Year Award for developing a change management program in her own organisation that supports women in engine …


September 13, 2018

Indigenous ceremony marks next step in heritage works

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) recently took part in a special indigenous cultural ceremony held on Rottnest Island, Western Australia, to mark the next phase of heritage development works. The gov …


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 28, 2018

Vale Kerry Hill

Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) would like to send our condolences to the family and friends of renown Australian architect Kerry Hill, who recently passed away. WGE is grateful to having worked wit …


August 27, 2018

Construction’s newest tech kid on the block

Cross Laminated Timber (or CLT) is a growing construction tool being adopted by companies in the Australian property industry.  It’s popularity is growing thanks to its carbon negative footprint and a …