Posted on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 02:00 AM
GHD celebrated a milestone 10 year anniversary of its Papua New Guinea (PNG) office this month.
The events highlighted GHD’s achievements in PNG so far, and thanked clients and employees for their support.
Even though GHD has been undertaking projects in the country since 1967, its local office was set up 10 years ago starting with just two employees. The company now has six full-time employees along with an additional 37 GHD employees working in Port Moresby to deliver the PNG Transport Sector Support...
Posted on Friday, October 25, 2019 07:15 AM
GHD has been honoured by Consult Australia, an organisation representing Australia’s built and natural environment consultants, for delivering projects that demonstrate technical excellence across the lifecycle of its clients’ assets, including design, construction and divestment.
Advising on one of Australia’s largest infrastructure transactions
GHD Advisory won the External Stakeholder Engagement Award for its technical due diligence role on the 51 percent sale of the Sydney Motorway Corporation....
Posted on Thursday, October 24, 2019 04:30 AM
GHD showcased its leading edge information management solution at the Bentley Systems’ Year in Infrastructure Conference in Singapore.
Paul Murphy, GHD’s Technical Applications Leader, took part in Bentley Regional Executive ANZ, Brian Middleton’s keynote presentation on digital transformation of project delivery.
“Clients are awakening to intelligence in design and how consistent digital information can enable data to be shared and managed throughout all phases of a project and beyond,” Paul says.
Posted on Thursday, October 24, 2019 12:00 AM
Frederick Tack from GHD’s Phoenix, AZ office, was recently awarded the 2019 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Arizona Civil Engineering distinguished service award for service to the Civil Engineering profession, ASCE and our communities.
The award is presented at the annual Arizona Society Meeting in recognition of a person who has exhibited extraordinary distinguished service to the civil engineering profession, the ASCE society and the community.
Frederick has held numerous positions with...
Posted on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 01:00 PM
Population growth and urbanisation continue to place significant pressure on the environment. In response to this challenge, many jurisdictions around the world are exploring the use of biodiversity offsetting and mitigation banking to mitigate the impact of development.
With the increasing popularity of these methodologies, it’s important that developers keep abreast of the trends and ensure they understand how these processes work in order to achieve the best outcomes for project stakeholders, as...