“We’re excited to announce that Mark Greener is joining the MCE team to further our growth and development in the Queensland region and are looking forward to our sustained growth across the transport, water, power and mining sectors.”READ MORE
The Young Professional Engineer of the Year Award Ceremony was held last week in Sydney and our own Annabella Dao, as well as being one of only 6 finalists, was given a Highly Commended Award of Excellence for her contribution to engineering and infrastructure.READ MORE
Three key takeaways from the discussion:
The construction industry desperately needs an image makeover.
We need to reduce hours of work and promote better health and wellbeing.
We need to focus on building more diverse and inclusive teams and cultures.
The Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) is pleased to welcome three new members to the ICE Trustee Board: Edward Bingham CEng FICE, Julie Wood and our very own Matt Colton.READ MORE
The Sydney Harbour Bridge, one of Australia’s most recognised, photographed and loved landmarks, will celebrate its 90th birthday on the 19th of March 2022 – the day it opened to the first cars (and horses) back in 1932.READ MORE
Happy International Women’s Day!!
Today we braved the rain ☔️ and headed into the City for High Tea to celebrate the women of MCE, Annabella Dao, Jennifer Finn, Clare Fenwick & Nicky Fell and wish all women across the world an amazing day. Thinking of those affected by the floods along our Australian East Coast in particular – stay safe everyone.
We asked Jennifer – who also happens to share her own birthday today with all the women in the world! – to give us her thoughts and experience as a female working at MCE…..
Jennifer started working as a Document Controller with MCE in April of last year. She is currently working on the Sydney Metro West project where she brings over ten years of Document Control experience with her.
“In my role, every day is different and challenging at the same time…every day is a learning day in the Engineering Industry! I’ve had the opportunity to work on some incredible projects over the years with some great teams, which I’m glad to be able to say had some wonderful female leadership. I’ve been very fortunate to be a female empowered by the construction environment.
One of the most rewarding parts of my job is being able to help people, whether it’s assisting the team with technical support or setting up new processes to facilitate access to the most current documentation on the project.
It’s very exciting knowing you are playing a part in bringing these projects to life.”
We look forward to bringing even more female representation into our expanding MCE Team.
World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development (WED) is today, Friday 4 March.
The theme for 2022 is Build Back Wiser: Engineering the Future.
WED is an opportunity to celebrate engineering in delivering infrastructure and the contribution of the world’s engineers towards a better, sustainable world for future generations.
MCE is proud of our commitment to delivering sustainable engineering solutions.
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) is an Australian, not-for-profit organisation formed in 1995. NAWIC is led by a team of passionate volunteers who all strive to help champion and empower women in the construction and related industries to reach their full potential. READ MORE