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Streching Sessions in the Office

28, November 2019

Sitting for prolonged periods of time has been shown to have a long-term negative effect on our health. This is concerning when on average we spend nine of our 14 waking hours in an office chair, in the car or on the couch. To combat this, WGA has been holding weekly stretching sessions across all of…

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Construction Cup 2019

25, November 2019

For the second consecutive year, WGA has been titled champions of the Construction Cup. It was a thrilling final between WGA and RLB with the score at 0-0 with less than 1 minute to go in extra time, before a goal was scored to seal our win. This is the third year the Construction Cup tournament between…

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Innovating for Sustainable Water and Environmental Outcomes Award

5, November 2019

In partnership with the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale, WGA has taken out the ‘Innovating for Sustainable Water and Environmental Outcomes Award’ at the Australian Water Association's WA Water Awards for our ‘Integrated Water Management Strategy’ project. Located south of Perth, the region is earmarked…

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Torrens Road to River Torrens Upgrade

1, November 2019

It's been just over a year since the Torrens Road to River Torrens section of Adelaide’s North-South corridor was opened to the public. The project has created a 4km non-stop section of road including a 3km lowered motorway, saving some of the 115,000 motorists who use it each day, up to ten minutes…

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The Espy Wins Best Best Designed Bar in the Region

29, October 2019

The Espy Hotel in St Kilda was recently awarded the best-designed bar in the Australian and Pacific region at the 2019 Restaurant and Bar Awards held in London. The recent refurbishment focused on highlighting the vivid heritage of the venue, which was built in 1879. The venue is an important part of…

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Repatriation Hospital Redevelopment

21, October 2019

WGA has recently been awarded the structural and civil design services contract for the Repatriation Hospital redevelopment, which will see the reactivation of the site into a health and well-being precinct. The new site will have a focus on brain and spinal rehabilitation and on dementia care. Premier…

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Loud Shirt Day 2019

21, October 2019

Over 12,000 Australian kids face everyday with a hearing loss. Today the team at WGA is getting LOUD, participating in Loud Shirt Day to raise funds for children who are deaf or have hearing needs. You can donate to Loud Shirt Day here: https://lnkd.in/gAnnVaX  

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2020 Vision for Shire of Serpentine

8, October 2019

Our WA team was recently awarded the contract to develop an integrated water management strategy for the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale. With one of the fastest growing communities in Australia, the Shire recognised the need to manage increasing pressure on the region’s water supplies and infrastructure.…

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Warren Park Rugby Stadium

2, October 2019

WGA has recently completed engineering design for the Warren Park Rugby Stadium in Marrara Darwin, the new home of rugby league for the Northern Territory. The facility caters for up to 1,800 people and includes the main stadium, three rugby fields, administration building, local club facility and club…

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Coasts and Ports Conference 2019

19, September 2019

WGA delegates Luke Campbell, David McKay, Nick Deussen,  Ben McFarlane and Ian McRobbie presented technical papers at last week’s annual Coasts and Ports Conference held in Hobart. The Australasian Coasts & Ports Conference series is the pre-eminent forum in the region for professionals to meet and discuss…

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