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Supporting Australia’s infrastructure Boom

Australia’s infrastructure market is experiencing one of its biggest booms in living memory. With a $35 billion investment injection into infrastructure renovations scheduled over the next 5 years, and an expected population of 30 million by 2030, opportunities across the sector are set to soar.

The majority of new projects are concentrated within the transport space in large cities such as Melbourne and Sydney, which is creating complex challenges. New transport systems must merge with existing networks, large scale tunnelling is required, and there are increasing environmental and community concerns to address. These factors alongside a projected 10 year surge in infrastructure activities are dramatically increasing the need for highly skilled rail, tunnelling and geotechnical professionals.

ewi has an extensive expert network of both home-grown and international talent, and a proven ability to provide resource to complex projects. With a full mobility service and access to opportunities at the heart of the infrastructure boom, ewi is fully committed to supporting the renovation and development of Australia’s transport systems and delivering the best opportunities to the best professionals.

If you would like to find out about the current projects for which ewi Australia are recruiting for, Speak to the ewi Australia team today.