Welcome to our newsletter for Spring 2018.
The big news for BRS is that our South East Queensland office is now open for business providing our full suite of services to Northern NSW (Coffs Harbour to Tweed Heads) and throughout Queensland. The office is managed by Chris Borg and is located in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast. Please don’t hesitate to contact Chris if you need any assistance with any of your projects located in these regions.
Thanks to your support BRS continues to work on an interesting mix of projects. In this newsletter, we feature four recently completed coastal projects located at Dee Why, Terrigal, Coffs Harbour, and Bondi Junction. We enjoyed working alongside our clients to assist in delivering these projects and are proud of our involvement with them.
The BRS team participated in our 10th annual two-day conference in September. This year’s theme was “Infrastructure, Innovation, and Technology” and we were fortunate to have Simon Banks, author of “A Thousand Little Lightbulbs” do a presentation/workshop with us. Also, who knew we have a few budding actors amongst us, we were lucky there was no one from NIDA present as they may have encouraged some of us to leave BRS for a career in film and on stage.
Our Senior Town Planner Lisa Wrightson represented BRS at the recent ‘Orange is the New Black’ Planning Institute of Australia Conference. The conference was held in Orange and focussed on regional planning matters. Lisa did a presentation on ‘Gosford – the forgotten middle child’ to emphasise the importance of the Central Coast as a standalone region that is stepping out of the shadows of its larger siblings Sydney and Newcastle.
We’d like to introduce you to Aron Jaggannath who has joined our Traffic and Transport team and is based in our Sydney office. We are always looking for talented and energetic people to join our growing team, for career opportunities with BRS please visit the “Join Our Team” tab on our website.
We hope you enjoy our newsletter.