Marco is a highly motivated and ambitious Chartered Structural Engineer with an international background and extensive experience working in Australia.  A determined engineer and problem solver who brings rigour, passion and enthusiasm to any project he tackles. He has worked on a wide range of projects throughout the years and developed high skills in the design of a variety of structures and materials, including in-situ and precast concrete, steelwork and masonry. His pragmatic and direct approach to any engineering challenges leads to cost-effective and sustainable solutions which add value to the projects and meet the clients’ expectations.

Best thing about being an engineer?

Engineering is one of the most rewarding and fun professions in the world. Seeing your design come to fruition bears a feeling of extreme satisfaction and achievement. Eventually, you become aware that your skills and hard work can have a positive impact on people’s life and the broad community. I enjoy using creativity, critical-thinking and problem-solving skills and sharing my ideas with the team in order to come up with the best solutions and improve the quality of the projects I’m involved in. Feeling constantly challenged allows me to enjoy my job and improve myself day by day.

 

What is great about working at TTW?

You feel part of a multi-cultural community that is ready to help you and understand your needs and qualities. Your strengths are emphasised and your weaknesses are overcome by teamwork, constant learning and personal growth. Here in TTW you can work on a large variety of projects, sometimes unique, build your own career and lead the Team towards successful outcomes. TTW is a company that runs towards the future.

What excites you about the future in this industry?

Technological advancement, sustainability and prefabrication. The way that we approach design and modelling is changing rapidly. New tools, research and advanced knowledge are improving our job and the results of our efforts. I also look forward to seeing a more sustainable future in engineering and construction. Green technologies are already available and are becoming more popular in the industry. In this context, the more controlled environment of the prefabrication (e.g. adopting precast concrete in lieu of in-situ) provides better opportunities to adopt a eco-friendly construction approach and reduce material waste, and it guarantees a fast-paced program for builders and clients.

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