IPWEA CEO David Jenkins: Nurturing existing talent could ease our skills shortage

Those of us involved in public works have known for quite some time that our sector is at risk of running out of skilled professionals, particularly asset managers.  In 2018, Local...

Swimming through the tide of asset and financial management: David Jenkins

I am not a good swimmer. I learnt to swim as a child and completed the 100m badge, which essentially meant that I would...

LOGiT IPWEA Indigenous Scholarship winner: Shauna Klaas

Shauna Klaas was a week into a new role as Asset Data Officer at Queensland utility Unitywater when a LinkedIn post advertising the LOGiT...

IPWEA Profile: No time to waste – Marcos Arizti, CEO of waste management innovator...

Marcos Arizti knows what it’s like to back his own experience when a major project faces huge challenges. Soon after Marcos took on the role...

IPWEA member profile: Colour Me Green Horticulture’s Brett Oldland

Brett Oldland’s career shifted up a gear thanks to his knack for problem solving. Having started out as a council truck driver before completing...

IPWEA CEO David Jenkins: The many benefits of hiring fully accredited staff

It goes without saying that properly trained staff can improve the productivity of any organisation. However, when it comes to public works, the benefits of assembling a trained workforce extend far beyond simply ‘getting the...

IPWEA CEO David Jenkins: Skills development must form part of the Federal Budget infrastructure...

It was heartening to see the Federal Government commit significant funds to infrastructure in its recent Budget: some $15 billion for major projects plus...

IPWEA profile: Austroads CEO Dr Geoff Allan

Dr Geoff Allan’s career stands at what he calls the intersection between what he’s good at and what he knows well. With a strong...

IPWEA CEO David Jenkins: Why our members are so vital to a functioning society

By supporting public works engineers, IPWEA plays a vital role in society

NATSPEC for a sustainable future: Q&A with Richard Choy

We recently sat down with Richard Choy, CEO at NATSPEC to find out more about the important projects NATSPEC are involved in, advocating for...

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