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05Nov 2019
Tanaz Dhondy presents research paper

Tanaz Dhondy, Costin Roe Consulting design engineer, is speaking on the topic of resilient infrastructure for climate change at the World Engineers Convention in Melbourne, 22-24 November 2019. A PhD candidate at the University of Wollongong, Tanaz will be presenting a research paper titled: ‘Use of sea sand seawater concrete for efficient and sustainable building […]

11Oct 2019
Integrated stormwater design Chullora NSW

Costin Roe Consulting designed the integrated stormwater and remediation of a degraded section of the upper Cooks River, an asset of Sydney Water, resolving differing stakeholder requirements through collaboration to improve flood impacts and facilitate an environmentally-efficient industrial infill development. The principles of Water-Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) guided engineering by Costin Roe Consulting to design […]

21Jun 2019

Costin Roe Consulting produced a civil engineering report and water cycle management strategy, including TUFLOW 2D hydrodynamic flood modelling and assessment, to support an application for industrial development within the newly-defined Aerotropolis zone which surrounds the new Western Sydney Airport. When the NSW Government confirmed Badgerys Creek as the location for Sydney’s much-needed additional airport, […]

31May 2019
Elyssa Mastroianni - Australian Steel Institute Prize 2018

Elyssa Mastroianni, engineer at Costin Roe Consulting, was awarded the Australian Steel Institute Prize for 2018 at the University of Sydney (School of Civil Engineering) Prize-Giving Ceremony, an invitation-only event held in Sydney on Friday 17 May 2019. The Australian Steel Institute (ASI) is the nation’s peak body representing the entire steel supply chain from […]

18Dec 2018
Risk and Probability
Throughout the global engineering profession, there is an ongoing academic discussion about the need to contextualise risk for society in an increasingly complex and interconnected world. Structural engineers, as experts in risk associated with the built environment, are more often relied upon to explain the contemporary concept of risk to clients, partners, and associates. Grant [...]
18Jul 2018
Dux Hot Water, Moss Vale NSW

Some owners and occupants of new high-bay warehouses are concerned to find the pristine appearance of floor surfaces becoming blemished by black marks that resist cleaning. Grant Roe, BE(Hons) MEngSc MBA MIEAust CPEng NER, explains why this common problem is often misunderstood and prescribes the appropriate solution. There can be technical misunderstandings behind trade-level advice as to […]

19Jun 2018
Costin Roe Consulting announces new associate directors

Costin Roe Consulting announced the appointment of Xavier Cure, Civil Senior Design Engineer, as Associate Director. Xavier joins another recently-appointed Associate Director, Dermot Nolan, as a role-model and example for junior engineers who join the firm with the intention of refining their skills, gaining experience, and progressing toward positions of leadership within the firm and the field. […]

29Mar 2018
APEC Haus - Costin Roe Consulting Engineers

Costin Roe Consulting successfully designed the lifting beam for the raising of continuous 60 to 70 metre-long Kingspan insulated roof panels at APEC Haus, the US$37 million Leaders’ Conference Centre being constructed at Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, in preparation for the APEC Summit to be held in November 2018. APEC Haus has been cited in […]

14Mar 2018
Tanaz Dhondy wins international award

Costin Roe Consulting design engineer and PhD candidate, Tanaz Dhondy, received an award for ‘Best Oral Presentation’ following the delivery of her preliminary research findings at the inaugural International Workshop on Coastal Reservoirs held in January 2018, at the University of Wollongong. Titled: Investigation of the chemical and physical properties of sea sand for the […]

16Nov 2017
Sydney Airport Runway Run 2017

Tanaz Dhondy and Erica Thornton, Costin Roe Consulting engineers, got into the seasonal spirit of giving to participate in the 2017 Sydney Airport Runway Run to raise funds for Cure Cancer Australia. This one-of-a-kind event provides a rare opportunity for athletes and fun-runners to sprint 500 metres down one of Sydney Airport’s operational runways and […]

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