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Heritage honour for last surviving symbol of western suburbs wartime efforts

Emily James

The last remaining evidence of Melbourne’s iconic Albion Explosives Factory - the Black Powder Mill - has been recognised with an Engineering Heritage National Marker.

In WWII...

6,600-year-old Aboriginal engineering site nominated for World Heritage listing

Catherine Garrett

Engineers Australia has welcomed news the Federal Government has submitted a nomination for the Budj Bim site near Lake Condah to be included on Australia’s World Heritage Tentative List....

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...

South Australia hosts First National SUBS in Schools Final

Catherine Garrett

For the first time in its history the Australian Final of the innovative SUBS in Schools Technology Challenge has taken place outside of Sydney, in Adelaide.

Now in its 2nd year,...

Engineering the 1956 Olympic Games: putting Melbourne on the world stage

Catherine Garrett

Sixty years on from the Melbourne Olympics, the Swimming and Diving Stadium where Dawn Fraser and Murray Rose catapulted into the sporting world record books will be recognised for its heritage...

Engineers Australia honours the industry’s best and brightest.

Catherine Garrett

The Australian Engineering Excellence Awards (AEEA) have recognised the industry’s most innovative and outstanding projects and people of 2016 at a gala ceremony in Brisbane.


Engineers Australia congratulates Tasmanian Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Award recipients

Engineers Australia, Tasmania, today congratulated the winners of the Tasmanian Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Excellence Awards 2016.

Engineers Australia has proudly...

Cairns aquatic centre scoops the pool at local engineering awards

The multi-million dollar Tobruk Memorial Pool redevelopment has taken out the night’s highest honour at the Cairns Regional Engineering Awards, hosted by Engineers Australia.


Engineers Australia voted Most Popular Professional Association for University graduates

Engineers Australia has been recognised with a prestigious national award for its work in supporting the next generation of engineers.  

The Australian Association of Graduate...

Iconic UTS building wins prestigious engineering award

Greg Ewing | General Manager, Sydney and Canberra Divisions

The flagship project of the University of Technology Sydney’s $1 billion master plan has been recognised for its bold and sustainable design - taking out NSW’s top engineering honour...