Our Latest Thinking
Navigating our way through the ‘next normal’ and beyond to a sustainable future, requires innovative responses to complex challenges.
Specifically to the impacts of population growth, increased urbanisation, emerging mobility, climate change, digital disruption and finite natural resources.
The engineers of tomorrow will be not only defined by their engineering expertise, but also by their willingness to innovate, to use multiple approaches and to leverage the extensive data at their disposal.
BG&E’s talks to Romill Madew, Chief Executive Officer of Infrastructure Australia about the 2021 Australia Infrastructure Plan, prioritising projects and how reform in this space will help to connect communities
BG&E investigates how vertical urbanism is a critical part of our future worldwide. Vince Betro, Buildings Lead from BG&E in Sydney shares the benefits and opportunities about building tall.
BG&E’s Rail Lead, Ben Keith shares his views on the vast opportunities to provide rail infrastructure and alignment design services. Our capabilities include mainline alignment, bridges, stations, terminals, yards, provisioning facilities, loading/unloading facilities and maintenance facilities.
BG&E’s General Counsel, Jennifer Lord, shares insights about the importance of diversity and inclusion, and specifically, gender balance.
BG&E provides a range of civil, structural, traffic and digital engineering services, and transport planning, land development, flood management expertise, for many leading contractors. We also conduct interviews with clients, such as David Polkinghorne from John Holland, to ensure we remain abreast of industry best practice.
Craig Bloxham, Managing Director of BG&E Resources, shares insights about the demand from mining giants, such as Rio Tinto, BHP and Fortescue, among others, fueling employment and economic growth.