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Inclusivity in the Workplace: Sydney Metro Skills and Employment Advisory Group

Recently, WARD’s Brian Mahon, Peggy Draheim and Lily Tindale attended a meeting of the Sydney Metro Skills and Employment Advisory Group held within Greater Western Sydney, discussing the nurture of thriving and inclusive workplaces. Brian Mahon participated in a panel with industry colleagues, discussing the importance of creating opportunities within construction, as well as flexible working arrangements. Keynote speakers Gabrielle Trainor AO, Chair of […]

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University of Newcastle Careers Expo

Last week, WARD’s Tayla Preddey, Brianna Dorrough, Katrina Capelin and Lily Tindale attended the Engineering and Built Environment Careers Expo hosted at the University of Newcastle. This event served as an excellent platform for WARD’s initial interaction and engagement with Civil & Environmental Engineering students at the University of Newcastle. It was great to share the wide array of exciting student opportunities offered by WARD with the 200+ students who attended. Thank you […]

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UNSW Engineering Careers Market

Recently, Ellen Heath, Megan Cavanagh, Cornellius Putraoscar, Anooj Lad, Sandra Bustamante Arias and Lily Tindale represented WARD at the UNSW Careers Market, hosted by the UNSW Civil and Environmental Engineering School. This event is hosted to highlight opportunities for students to pursue a direct path into the challenging and rewarding world of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Surveying. Always a well attended event, the Careers Market attracted […]

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Sydney Water Expo 2024

This week, Jack Cahill, Katie Foley, Christopher Corbetis, Duncan Williamson, Lily Tindale and Jacob Maher hosted the WARD exhibit at the Sydney Water Infrastructure Pipeline and Supply Chain Expo 2024. The theme for 2024 is Infrastructure for a 22nd Century City, drawing on the significant infrastructure delivery program that’s forecasted by Sydney Water’s Long-Term Capital and Operational Plan outlining how Sydney Water is planning […]

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International Women’s Day 2024

Today, WARD celebrates International Women’s Day, with the 2024 theme #InspireInclusion. International Women’s Day 2024 is a day to celebrate the achievements of women and take action towards gender parity. In a historically male-dominated industry, WARD is committed to creating a workplace which not only includes, but also supports and enriches women in engineering and construction. In […]

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CareerWise sessions with Sydney Roosters Harold Matthews and S.G. Balls

Last week, WARD’s Jack Cahill and Adam McCarthy presented on construction careers at the first of the 2024 Sydney Roosters CAREERWISE sessions to the Harold Matthews and S.G. Ball teams at Matraville Sports High School. CAREERWISE sessions are implemented by the National Rugby League to help players plan for life after sport. As part of the partnership with the Roosters, WARD continues to offer […]

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WARD has joined the Infrastructure Sustainability Council

WARD is very proud to have recently been welcomed as a member of the Infrastructure Sustainability Council (ISC), the peak body working in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, to enable sustainability outcomes in infrastructure. This important membership reflects WARD’s strong commitment to acting in a sustainable manner with respect to both the environment and the wider […]

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Unlocking the Future: Why Choose Civil Engineering at University?

2023 HSC Results are out! The world of Civil Engineering is an absolute game-changer! Shape the world: Civil Engineers build the foundations of our society – from bridges and roads to skyscrapers. Solve problems: Civil Engineering is all about problem-solving. The discipline demands adeptness at identifying and innovatively addressing substantive challenges inherent to real-world scenarios. Be a Sustainability Champion: For those with a […]

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Roads Australia Annual Christmas luncheon

Last week WARD’s Brian Mahon joined colleagues Jack Cahill, Katrina Capelin and Brian Walsh at the Roads Australia Annual Christmas luncheon at International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney). Keynote Speaker The Hon John Graham MLC, NSW Minister for Roads, updated guests on the challenges and priorities of the Government and also detailed the additional Sydney Metro Metro West stations, the discussion to relocate Rosehill Racecourse and the ongoing […]

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