Meet Indesco’s Recent Appointments

We’re pleased to announce a number of new staff joining Indesco over the past few months and invite you to get to know them.

The Indesco Wollongong team is again growing with the recent addition of Angus Dyson, a new Civil Engineer, joining the office!

Angus is an experienced Civil Engineer with knowledge in civil works for urban development projects, construction supervision and contract superintendency. He has a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from the University of Sydney, winning the J W Roderick Prize for his Civil Engineering thesis.

 

 

 

 

 

We are also pleased to announce the appointment of Structural Engineer Shaheen Azizi to our Sydney office. Shaheen has over 3 years of experience in design and drafting of various projects, and a Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Structural) from University of Technology in Sydney.

He has a strong understanding of structural design and documentation, as well as Civil/Stormwater Drainage design, and has prior experience in site inspections and proposal preparation also.

 

 

 

 

Continuing on, our Canberra office was lucky enough to have three new additions to our team recently!

 

We welcomed Thomas Hoang as a Structural Engineer; Thomas has a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from the University of New South Wales, along with over 3 years of work experience dealing with architecturally complicated structures.

In particular, Thomas has experience in projects with work such as luxury residential areas, educational buildings, government and public works.

 

 

 

 

 

Taylor Isle has joined our Canberra office as a Site Surveillance Officer, bringing over 15 years of valuable construction and landscape experience to the team.

His background in landscaping started as a labourer and through a career of 15 years, he has worked his way up to a leading hand and foreman positions with local landscape contractors. Thus, Taylor has extensive practical landscape experience within the local area, combined with strong mentoring and leadership skills.

 

 

 

 

Finally, Joseph Wang is the latest person to join the Indesco team as a Graduate Engineer (Design) in our Civil team!

He has a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) from the University of Adelaide, and is experienced in project management, tendering, cost estimating and proposal making.

 

 

 

 

 

 

We welcome all of our new staff to the Indesco family and look forward to their work on our current and upcoming projects.

Indesco Presentation at Canberra Institute of Technology

Engineering students at CIT were recently lucky enough to have a visit from Indesco Civil Designer James Suman, who gave a talk on the challenges of entering the Engineering workforce. He gave some fantastic advice on what to expect, the kinds of opportunities available, and the variety of work covered in a firm such as Indesco.

Indesco’s own graduate training program sees that the graduates that join our offices are exposed to various disciplines to develop their skills, prepare for their future and help them to progress to a consultant level.

We thank the students for their enthusiasm, and hope to see the high quality of drafting and engineering graduates attending our training program continuing in the future!

Indesco contributes to happier and healthier waterways in ACT

 

The Indesco team has been busy working away on upgrades for the ACT Healthy Waterways program, which hopes to see cleaner water throughout the ACT and downstream river systems. The ACT Healthy Waterways project is a joint initiative of the ACT and Australian governments, which aims to improve the quality of water throughout our rivers, lakes and waterways, through the construction of stormwater treatment assets including bioretention systems, ponds, channels and wetlands. As our local lakes and waterways not only contribute to beautiful landscape, but also provide places for recreation and a means of supporting local business such as farming activities, it is essential that water quality throughout the region is cared for.

Indesco has provided civil and landscape design for 11 sites within the ACT Healthy Waterways project within the Tuggeranong, Fyshwick and Upper Molonglo priority catchments. 10 of these sites have progressed to construction and currently nearing practical completion. The first site to be completed is located adjacent to Upper Stranger Pond which is a 5200m2 bioretention system. The site will treat up to 1,800L/s of stormwater in rain events before discharging to lake Tuggeranong via Upper Stranger Pond.

In Indesco’s Civil and Landscape design role, we are proud to play a part in celebrating our beautiful surroundings and improving the quality of water for the ACT community and downstream regions.