Tetra Tech Proteus wins Bentley Be Inspired Award for Innovation in Mining

On the 3rd of November 2016, Tetra Tech Proteus, Tetra Tech's Western Australian based engineering services firm, received the 2016 Bentley Be Inspired Award for the Innovation in Mining Category at the Bentley Year in Infrastructure Conference in London. This is the second year in a row that Tetra Tech Proteus was honoured with this award. The Be Inspired Awards recognise innovation in infrastructure, project design, engineering, construction, and operations around the world.


QRC Boss signs off at annual Lunch

The natural resources sector must promote its economic credentials, innovation, vital link to everyday products and social licence to operate, says outgoing Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive Michael Roche at its 2016 Annual Lunch.


BMT WBM’s John Pidgeon scoops IMechE Award

John Pidgeon, a Graduate Engineer from BMT WBM has won this year’s Australian Speak Out for Engineering competition. Introduced by the IMechE, the competition is designed to help develop verbal and visual communication when explaining technical mechanical engineering related subjects. John delivered a presentation detailing the development of a computer model to simulate the dragline excavator during operation.


Queensland proposes extra Groundwater Regulations

Statement by Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive Michael Roche

Groundwater has long been one of the most vital resources for inland communities and the basis of much of Queensland’s agricultural production. So it should be no surprise that any changes to how groundwater is regulated will attract a lot of attention.

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