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New CPD requirements for Australian and New Zealand members

New CPD requirements for Australian and New Zealand members

As your professional body CIBSE is committed to ensuring that all regional members are supported, and that qualifications meet local and international standards. As such, the CPD requirement for all corporate members in Australia and New Zealand is changing. This will ensure our members are aligned with government requirements for engineering registration in Australian states and in New Zealand.

Amazing race at an amazing pace

Amazing race at an amazing pace

CIBSE’s Young Engineers Network took to Sydney streets in an Amazing Race challenge, with teams being put through their paces to solve clues, identify iconic buildings and boogie like Beyonce.

Pre-Project Planning Framework - Key to delivering successful project outcomes

Pre-Project Planning Framework - Key to delivering successful project outcomes

The NSW Design and Building Practitioners Act introduces changes to the residential building design and construction process with the intent to restore consumer confidence. The pre-project planning process ensures the project is setup for success, prior to the detailed design and construction phase. So, what does the optimum approach to establishing a solid cost estimate and design business case look like?

Inspiring the Future Australia

95% of young people say they want employers to be more involved in providing advice and guidance about careers. Do you want to make a difference in the lives of young people?

CIBSE launch TM65 Embodied carbon in building services: A calculation methodology for Australia and New Zealand (CIBSE TM65ANZ)

CIBSE launch TM65 Embodied carbon in building services: A calculation methodology for Australia and New Zealand (CIBSE TM65ANZ)

CIBSE launch TM65 Embodied carbon in building services: A calculation methodology for Australia and New Zealand (CIBSE TM65ANZ). The aim is to provide specific detail of alternative assumptions to be made when using CIBSE’s TM65 methodology to calculate the embodied carbon impact of building services equipment, when installed in Australia and New Zealand. Many of the methodology’s inherent assumptions in the 2021 publication are specific to the UK.

Oh what a night! – CIBSE ANZ Young Engineer Awards 2022

Find out who came away victorious when the winners of the 2022 CIBSE ANZ Young Engineers Awards were announced last night at a function held at Parliament of NSW, and watch their winning videos.

CIBSE now assessing for RPEQ

On 26 May, CIBSE invited Evelyn Story, Board Member for Professional Engineers Queensland to speak at the launch event for CIBSE’s Assessment scheme and to talk to CIBSE members about the registration scheme and requirements under the Professional Engineering Act.

2022 ANZ Seminar Series – Speakers Confirmed

To raise the tide of all buildings to Good, the ANZ Seminar Series will bring you a great line-up of speakers and panellists to explain the design practices and strategies needed across all stages of the building cycle.

Mechanical Services Training pilot seeking participants

CIBSE ANZ is broadening its support of the Science, Art and Practice of building services engineering by offering discipline specific training modules designed for engineers and industry professional in the Australia and New Zealand region. The training and guidance is based on a mix of CIBSE guidance and local regulations and standards designed with the purpose of enhancing the industry’s understanding of building services engineering and collaborative work experience across disciplines and across the supply chain.

TM65 Australia & New Zealand Addendum - coming soon

CALCULATING EMBODIED CARBON OF MEP PRODUCTS

2022 ANZ Awards - Are the Awards for you?

The 2022 Young Engineers Awards is open and we are excited to share some insight into what it takes to submit a top entry at our upcoming panel event.

ANZ Chair AGM report & new committee welcome

On 4 March CIBSE ANZ welcomed the incoming commitee at the 2022 Annual General Meeting.