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 elected to the 2019-2020 Property Council of Australia (PCA) Committees, with a further six to join the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

These announcements further underlines WGE’s commitment to the property industry. It emphasises the importance our people place on proactively shaping and developing a thriving environment for PCA’s 2,200-plus member companies and their staff Australia wide.

The PCA Committees form the heart of the organisation’s work in informing policy and undertaking advocacy on behalf of Australia’s property industry. Over 3,000 nominations were received for just 1,600 places, with WGE’s successful nominees across three states:

UDIA Committees are also instrumental in the development and progress of policy and advocacy work, as well as assisting in the development of special project areas. UDIA and its committees work collaboratively with government at all levels, as well as service agencies and non-government stakeholders.

WGE has representatives on the New South Wales, Victorian and Western Australian UDIA Chapters:

  • Dan Covich, Civil Project Engineer – WA Urban Water Committee
  • Vivienne EdwardsCivil Project Engineer – WA Infrastructure Committee
  • Ian HarrisCivil Section Manager – NSW Infrastructure Committee
  • Jamie Horkings, Civil Project Engineer – VIC Northern Region Committee
  • Sharni Millman, UPD Project Engineer – WA Infrastructure Committee
  • Renata Tracey, Senior Civil Engineer – NSW Young Leaders Committee
  • Oliver WalshCivil Project Engineer – NSW Strata Committee

“We are very proud of our nominees and congratulate each one for the valuable contribution they will make to both the PCA and UDIA committees,” WGE’s CEO José Granado said.

“2019 is already shaping up to be a big year for WGE, and we remain confident that the values and vision at the core of our ethos will continue to be promoted and endorsed by our staff who continue to advocate for building strong communities, and creating opportunities and prosperity within the industry.”

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