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Investment in public infrastructure has not kept up with population new data shows

Recent ABS data confirms Australian governments’ investment in public infrastructure has not kept up with a booming population across Australia.

The update to Engineers Australia...

Value capture and infrastructure funding

Engineers Australia submission in response to the Commonwealth Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development value capture discussion paper.

Infrastructure in Australia: Update to June 2016

The report, Infrastructure in Australia: Update to June 2016, is a companion to the National Infrastructure Update published in early 2016 and available on the...

Submission to NSW Government on building certification

Engineers Australia response to the NSW Government's consultation on a draft accreditation framework for building certifiers, in response to the Lambert review....

Queensland’s Engineering and Construction Industry at Crises Point

Catherine Garrett

Engineers Australia has sounded the alarm over latest CommSec economic data which shows Queensland is the worst ranked state or territory for new construction work.

The state plummeted to 19...


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...

Infrastructure Position Statement

Engineers Australia

The Position Statements provide the Engineers Australia perspective on the most important public policy issues facing the profession today.

South Australia emergency brings infrastructure resilience debate to the fore

Jonathan Russell | National Manager, Public Affairs

Engineers Australia highlighted the risks to Australia’s energy supply in its 2014 report, ‘Energy Security for Australia.’

“While the debate continues on how and why...

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.