The Victorian government has signed contracts with six solar and wind farms to grow closer to the renewable energy target. We have worked closely with the teams developing some of these projects in the past and are pleased to hear of this government commitment to renewable energy. Original article: Victorian Government promises half-price solar batteries if […]
Erosion along the Great Ocean Road has recently affected infrastructure causing residents to call for a long-term plan from the government to protect their future as a tourist destination. We have investigated many landslides along the Great Ocean Road since the company started, and we have noticed an increase in incidents most likely related to […]
To have half men half women is almost unheard of in the engineering industry. However, with our recent employment of engineers, we have hit equality in gender numbers in our company. Finally got a photo of most of the women in our company.
We say goodbye to Peter today after almost 10 years when he started in vacation employment and ends as a Senior Engineer. We wish him all the best in his future endeavours and know he will bring much to his new position.
Lucas spoke at the Victorian Tree Industry Organisation in June this year on the Effects of Underground Basement Construction on Soil Hydrology, particularly in reference to Tree Protection Zones. Give us a call if you need our help in this area.
At LR Pardo & Associates, we value professional development in our staff as well as our leaders. Lucas recently joined the panel on Acid Sulphur Soils at the WASCON (utilisation of Waste products in Construction) conference in Tampere, joined a Transport Research conference in Finland, and also learned much about landslides in Italy (where they […]