It is with excitement that we announce the relocation of our head office to 73 Miller Street, North Sydney after nearly 60 years in St Leonards. The ongoing growth of our company over the last six decades is a reflection of our strong position in the industry. While the decision to move has been a…

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As leading Timber engineers, we are incredibly proud to announce that we were winners in multiple categories at the 2020 Timber Design Awards last night! WINNERS Marrickville Library – Overall Winner and Public Buildings La Trobe University Student Accommodation – Multi Residential Wildlife Retreat Taronga Zoo – Australian Certified Timber Located in Sydney’s inner west,…

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Winning in two of the main categories, TTW once again reaffirmed its excellence in structural engineering projects combined with outstanding professionalism.¬† In a virtual ceremony, the¬†Phoenix Central Park was recognised yesterday as the best large project in NSW whilst our Associate, Emma Buis, received the recognition of the Association of Consulting Structural Engineers as Female…

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TTW has put in place an incident response plan dealing with the risk posed by COVID-19 to our staff, people we encounter and operations across our organisation. The plan sets out detailed preventative actions and contingency plans for the various risks on COVID-19, in line with the live advice provided by the¬†Australian Government‚Äôs Department of…

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TTW Senior Structural Analyst/Engineers Mahdi Gharib and Amir Hassanieh, with Associate Director Michael King, recently presented a technical paper at the Australian Earthquake Engineering Society Conference. This conference was held in Newcastle to mark the 30th anniversary of the devastating 1989 Newcastle earthquake. Academics and practitioners came together to discuss seismology, risk management and the…

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In September, off the back of the School Climate Strike, ‚ÄėEngineers Declare‚Äô was launched. It is a call to action from industry leaders to work towards a sustainable future, with the aim to engage 50,000 individuals and 50+ organisations by 20th November 2019.   As one of our core values, TTW with our Sustainability Team…

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We are excited to announce the successful opening of the new Garma Hall as the final part of the Nepal Rebuild Program. TTW would like to take the opportunity to thank the Australian Himalayan Foundation and wider teams, but most importantly the dear people of Solukhumbu. This follows on from the outstanding achievements of the…

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Our staff were fortunate to celebrate NAIDOC week at our Sydney TTW office on Friday night. Special guest Walangari Karntawarra from Diramu, performed, told stories and educated us on traditional Aboriginal artifacts. Dinner served was inspired by the indigenous culture and was absolutely delicious. It was a fantastic way to end NAIDOC week. ‚ÄúIn further…

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Throughout March TTW engineers, along with our HR Advisor, Kayleen Orrock, attended multiple Careers Fairs at local universities. We kicked off with a stall at the University of Sydney, where the team had many one-on-one conversations with students about life at TTW and our upcoming Graduate Program. Next up was UNSW, a super hot day…

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At TTW our core values are focused on community, integrity, communication, sustainability, innovation and teamwork. We are proud to partner with Engineering Aid Australia, a not for profit organisation that inspires and supports Indigenous high school students to become engineers. Over the past week of January, EAA held many events to come together,¬† talk about…

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Attendees warmly embraced this year‚Äôs TTW Winter Gala as one of the best of its 60-year history. The annual event is always a highlight for TTW staff ‚Äď a time to celebrate and socialise with past directors, colleagues and partners. This year over 200 people escaped the cold weather to enjoy the warmth and ambience…

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