Expertise
November 20, 2019

Innovative area metering helps reduce water loss in South Africa

The issue of water loss (otherwise known as ‘non-revenue water’) in monetary terms has plagued municipalities throughout South Africa for…
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Expertise
November 11, 2019

Delivering Indonesia’s First Light Rail Transit System

Working on a national strategic project with an international team from 14 different countries was not something Frenchsie Duhitadewi could…
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Expertise
October 28, 2019

Energising a nation’s capital: Canberra Light Rail

It was an exciting Saturday in April 2019 as the Canberra Light Rail, after more than a decade in planning…
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Expertise
October 17, 2019

Water project brings life to people of Khulna

The Khulna Water Supply Project in Bangladesh has connected 90 per cent of the city’s residents – up from 23…
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Expertise
August 20, 2019

Leading Sustainable Design for Major Infrastructure

Sustainability… it’s the goal for many of us in the world of design and engineering and a key consideration during…
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Expertise
July 4, 2019

Wastewater: Excess or asset?

It’s widely acknowledged that water, an essential human need, is becoming an ever scarcer global resource. Most people prefer to…
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Expertise
June 20, 2019

Female engineers share how they #transformthefuture

International Day of Women in Engineering is a day to celebrate the outstanding achievements of female engineers who have made…
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Expertise
June 11, 2019

Australia’s renewable energy sector – 2019 and beyond

A fifth of the world's energy consumption was supplied by renewables in 2018 and research has shown that global renewable…
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ExpertiseInnovation
May 21, 2019

Breaking new ground on Bangladesh’s first underwater tunnel

Bangladesh is a country of rivers. The Karnaphuli River services the city of Chattogram (formerly called Chittagong), the largest sea…
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