EMERGING LEADER SERIES:
David is a principal environmental engineer and scientist with over ten years’ experience in geomorphology, WSUD, waterway health enhancement, natural channel design, integrated water cycle management, civil design and fish passage. David has worked within all facets of engineering with practice in concept and detailed design, project management, design
management and construction liaison. He is involved in a number of projects for local government, development and mining clients assuming the role of either project manager or principal engineer. David is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC), and most recently a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ).
Engineering for Public Works | Sept 2018
David spoke to Engineering for Public Works (EPW) about his chosen career path and his recent experience becoming a certified RPEQ. EPW: Please tell us about yourself, where you’re from, your interests and what makes you tick. David: Not surprisingly, I like to be on the water. I enjoy all kinds of outdoor activity including boating,
Engineering for Public Works (EPW) is the professional journal of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia, Queensland (IPWEAQ)...