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Meet our new starters who joined us in November.

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Engenium recently donated two EV3 robotic kits to the Dampier Primary School, located in the Pilbara region of northwest Western Australia. The school has limited STEM resources. Read more about it here.

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We had 14 new starters join us in October. Find out who they are here.

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Get to know our Principal Structural Engineer, Stephen Pavlinovich. Stephen talks about his switch from architecture to structural engineering, his wife’s attempts at break dancing and his favourite philosophers.

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Our Newcastle based Graduate Engineer, Oliver Couch, recently took part in the 'Great Engineering Debate'. The topic debated was 'Technology and Social Media Have Hindered, Not Helped the Engineering World'. Read Oliver's summary of the evening to find out what was discussed during the debate.

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Peter Wells, a Principal Engineer from our Newcastle Office, has been elected to a second two year term on the Mechanical College Board of Engineers Australia.

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We hosted our first ever breakfast briefing for resource clients yesterday, focusing on The Future Trends of Commodities. Find out some of the key takeaways here.

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Introducing our new starters for September, working across Australia. 

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Leon Fabrikanov is our technical expert, located in Newcastle, New South Wales. He has worked on a number of key projects in Australia during his time at Engenium – including the longest single span pedestrian footbridge and a new submarine hunting aircraft. Read the full interview here.

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Engenium recently completed the temporary works engineering design and drafting for the Nepean River Pedestrian Bridge in Western Sydney. Read more about it here.

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