DID YOU KNOW…? - #21 Temporary structures are used to facilitate the construction of buildings, bridges and tunnels to provide access, support and protection for the facility under construction – as well as assuring the safety of workers and the public. Temporary structures, like the specialist scaffolding used for the renovation of Elizabeth Tower, are also used in inspection, repair and maintenance work. Whilst most project management and design efforts go into the project itself, many projects fail to realise the importance of clever, cost effective and resourceful temporary works solutions required for project success.  Leon Fabrikanov, Project Manager at Engenium Newcastle office, recently wrote a white paper looking at temporary works and how it is essential for delivering a successful engineering project. Read the full white paper here https://lnkd.in/fkc5_tS Subscribe to Engenium Insight https://lnkd.in/fkc5_tS to receive regular content straight to your inbox. Follow us on LinkedIn https://lnkd.in/fjpF2q7 to keep up to date on all the Engenium gossip. #DidYouKnow #ProjectDelivery #Engineering #ProjectManagement #Engenium #Mining #Resources #IndustrialInfrastructure #TemporaryWorks

DID YOU KNOW…? - #20 Nickel is widely used in over 300,000 products for consumer, industrial, military, transport, aerospace, marine and architectural applications. About 65% of the nickel which is produced is used to manufacture stainless steel. Now it is also a highly sought after commodity in the growing demand for battery materials. Engenium is working closely with Battery Material Suppliers like BHP Nickel West to ensure global demand is being met. Contact David Reynolds to discuss our process plant engineering capability and how we can assist you with your battery minerals projects. Subscribe to Engenium Insight https://lnkd.in/fkc5_tS to receive regular content straight to your inbox. Follow us on LinkedIn https://lnkd.in/fjpF2q7 to keep up date on all the Engenium gossip. #DidYouKnow #ProjectDelivery #Engineering #ProjectManagement #Engenium #Mining #Resources #IndustrialInfrastructure

GET TO KNOW US! A QUICK CHAT WITH RICHARD HARDY “My Dad has always been involved with trains… I guess going up track with him since I was a child gave me the bug for rail and road design.” Introducing Lead Civil Designer, Richard Hardy. We chatted to Richard about his career and what it’s like to work at Engenium.  Read the full interview here https://lnkd.in/fGRnMTZ Subscribe to our content to receive quarterly updates and insights from Engenium straight to your inbox https://lnkd.in/fkc5_tS #Engineering #ProjectDelivery #ProjectManagement #Engenium #Mining #Resources #IndustrialInfrastructure #GetToKnowUs #civilengineering

“Relationships are most important.” Our project manager Paul Young was quoted as saying in a recent article for The West Australian, when commenting on the challenges of starting a small business. Read the full article here https://lnkd.in/feFUUZv It might surprise you to learn that among the small businesses started between 2001 and 2006, only 50 per cent were still in business a year later. And within three years just one quarter were still going strong. Engenium is still going strong after 15 years. At Engenium we believe in building solid, long-term relationships with our clients, working with them to understand their needs. If small businesses work hard at this they have a strong chance of survival. Follow us on LinkedIn https://lnkd.in/fjVixDA to keep up to date on all the Engenium gossip. #Engineering #ProjectDelivery #ProjectManagement #Engenium #Mining #Resources #IndustrialInfrastructure

DID YOU KNOW...? No.19 Western Australia accounts for about 98% of Australia’s Economic Demonstrated Resources (EDR) of iron ore, which is around 28 billion tonnes. In 2016-17 the volume of iron ore sales reached a record 790 million tonnes and was valued at $63.6 billion. That’s a lot of iron ore to mine, process and transport. Our materials handling expertise helps you to increase production and reduce operational costs wherever possible. Engenium materials handling team have experience in bulk materials handling design, construction management and operations support. Get in touch with Mark Botes today to discuss your materials handling requirements. Or visit our website for more information https://lnkd.in/fwMH_3V #DidYouKnow #ProjectDelivery #Engineering #ProjectManagement #Engenium #Mining #Resources #IndustrialInfrastructure #MaterialsHandling #IronOre

Engenium staff were rocking the denim today for Jeans for Genes day. Well done to Melissa Brunning, Michelle De Boni and Azin Hosseini (pictured from left to right), for being the best dressed. Follow the link to find out more https://lnkd.in/feNvjDE #J4GImIn #Engineering #ProjectDelivery #ProjectManagement #EngineeringDesign #TechnicalAdvisory #Engenium

Here at Engenium we are a talented bunch. Our Senior Project Engineer Jamie Armstrong recently designed, commissioned and installed a sculpture for Woodside’s Karratha Heliport.  Read the full story here https://lnkd.in/f8XQBcw #WeAreAwesome #Engineering #ProjectDelivery #Engenium #Pilbara #Mining #Woodside #Sculptures

NEW APPOINTMENT: GET TO KNOW US! Do you need an expert in Materials Handling to help out with a project? We are delighted to announce Mark Botes has recently joined our team as Principal, Materials Handling. Follow the link to find out more https://lnkd.in/fbHNbAA #ProjectDelivery #Engineering #Engenium #GetToKnowUs #MaterialsHandling #EngineeringDesign #TechnicalAdvisory #Mining #Resources #IronOre #Pilbara

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