Posted on Thursday, April 23, 2015 11:00 PM
One of the world’s leading engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services companies, GHD, has appointed Frank Riley as Principal Consultant – Property Advisory. Based in Brisbane, Frank will help broaden GHD’s service offerings in the aged care and health sectors.
GHD provides an extensive range of technical services tailored for the needs of the health and aged care clients. Recent experience includes fire sprinkler upgrades and building services design and refurbishment works...
Posted on Friday, April 03, 2015 12:00 AM
GHD, one of the world’s leading engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services companies, is looking to the future having appointed 10 graduate engineers across offices in Gladstone, Mackay, Townsville and Cairns, with another due to commence in July.
GHD’s North Queensland Manager, Jose Foruria, says the 11 new recruits were predominantly from James Cook University and Central Queensland University, and came from a range of disciplines.
“We have a strong connection to communities...
Posted on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 12:00 AM
GHD, one of the world’s leading engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services companies, is celebrating 10 years of operating an office in Toowoomba, Queensland.
Paul Clark, GHD’s Regional Manager – Toowoomba and South-West Queensland, says, “We are committed to our public and private sector clients and the local community. We have a strong presence in Toowoomba and the South-West Queensland region with local employees providing a variety of technical services. Local clients also...
Posted on Friday, March 27, 2015 12:00 AM
One of the world’s leading engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services companies, GHD, is proud to have helped achieve a first for the Queensland coal mining industry.
A Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) completed a 1 km long drift (tunnel) for people and equipment for Anglo American’s new Grosvenor underground mine near Moranbah, Queensland. The tunnelling breakthrough came 29 days ahead of schedule.
The TBM previously excavated a 750 m conveyor drift for the mine in six months.
Posted on Saturday, March 14, 2015 12:00 AM
Bright young minds across Australia and New Zealand are working together to develop new solutions to some of the most complex challenges facing cities.
Smart Seeds is an annual innovation competition for young professionals focused on solving challenges in the infrastructure industry. It is a unique space where our future leaders can influence the legacy of our current leaders in making a difference.
Led by one of the world’s leading engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services...