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Engineering Market Analysis

This policy note examines the engineering labour market in Australia by analysing the direction of change in engineering vacancy numbers.

ACT resident receives prestigious national engineering award

Catherine Garrett

Canberra engineer Keith Baker has been recognised for his exceptional work in recording and promoting the engineering heritage of Canberra and the nation.

Engineers Australia has awarded him...


Australia’s energy security needs to be reviewed in the face of new threats from climate change, cyber hacking and greater complexity in the energy system, an expert forum hosted by The...

Engineering crucial to the ACT’s future

Greg Ewing

Infrastructure planning and workforce capability are key policy issues this ACT election.

Engineers Australia’s General Manager for Sydney and Canberra, Greg Ewing said the ACT’s...

Engineering Higher Education Analysis

Statistical reports discussing engineering education and how the completions of engineering courses contribute to the supply of engineers.

Small Canberra engineering consultancy firm scoops major engineering award

Keely Quinn | Division Manager Canberra

A small suburban engineering consultancy won Canberra’s most prestigious engineering award at the recent Australian Engineering Excellence Awards (AEEA) Canberra 2016 event, hosted by...

Infrastructure planning is important for the ACT

Greg Ewing | General Manager, Sydney and Canberra

The emergence of infrastructure planning and the engineering profession as key policy issues in the ACT election campaign is a welcome development, according to Engineers Australia.


Engineers Australia welcomes bushfire recovery leader as new Canberra Division President

Engineers Australia welcomes Canberra-based engineer Mr Alan Thompson to the role of President for its Canberra operations in 2016.

“Alan has been a leading public servant for over 22...

ACT Light Rail contract could be railroaded due to politics

On the back of talk that ACT Light Rail contracts could be ripped up depending on who wins next year’s election, Engineers Australia warns government that the planning and delivery of major...