The University of Auckland’s Faculty of Engineering launches the country’s first Graduate School of Engineering today with the aim of providing the best-possible postgraduate student experience for the next generation of engineers.
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) is seeking to recruit a dedicated representative for Australia and New Zealand (ANZ). The successful candidate will be tasked with becoming a new driving force to work with LEEA’s members in the promotion of excellence and to increase their influence across all end-user markets in both countries.
A Whangarei-based engineering consultancy has used its experience of working in the aftermath of New Zealand's most recent earthquakes to develop an idea for a navigation and data system as part of NZ's effort to facilitate life in space. Christine Allen speaks to Adrian Tonks of Engin.Systems about how his team developed the system which came third in the northern regionals of the NZ Space Challenge this week.
Jobs, huge cash boost from proposed city hub. A new engineering hub proposed for Dunedin is part of apush by New Zealand manufacturers to secure a lucrative slice of Australia's $A200 billion ($NZ214 billion) defence upgrade. Success could help deliver hundreds of new jobs, and tens of millions of dollars, to Dunedin, it has been suggested. The hub concept was being developed by Farra Engineering chief executive Gareth Evans,backed by the Dunedin Engineering Cluster and the Dunedin City Council.
The shutdown allows statutory inspections of equipment across the refinery, along with maintenance work, cleaning and other projects that cannot be carried out while in operation. A critical part of the shutdown will be the 10-day closure of the utilities systems for preventative maintenance. Refining NZ …
The Swedish Steel Prize 2018 finalists have been named, revealing four innovative design concepts that utilize high-strength steel to achieve the highest possible performance. The winner will be announced at a ceremony in Stockholm on May 24.
Apr 14 - The forces of nature were on full display in New Zealand but so also were the forces of engineering when the Maintenance Engineering Society visited the Callaghan Institute in Lower Hutt for their Kaeser Compressors Network Evening in April.