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9 June 2021

Registered geotechnical engineer, Andrew Seccombe, has been appointed chair of the Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (BPEQ).

27 October 2020

Queensland’s 77 local governments have been put on notice by the Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (BPEQ) to only employ or procure engineering services from registered professional engineers following a recent ruling from the anti-corruption watchdog.

20 March, 2020 | (Licensed by BPEQ)

The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is impacting many businesses and their capacity to provide customer service.

25 February 2020

The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (Board) has followed this case closely since the tragic occurrence at Dreamworld in 2016.

21 August 2019

Widespread shortcomings in the building sector – including building defects, cost cutting…

16 August 2019

The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland has welcomed the appointment of three new Board members.

2 July 2019

Queensland’s engineering regulator is urging building owners to only engage a RPEQ…

13 February 2019

BPEQ has welcomed New South Wales Government reforms to the building sector…

22 November 2018

A technologist had been prosecuted for carrying out professional engineering services…

27 September 2018

A recent QCAT decision resulted in a RPEQ being reprimanded and penalised…

5 April 2018

Associate Professor Nagaratnam Sivakugan and Suzy Cairney have been announced as the new…

16 March 2018

BPEQ welcomes Victoria’s decision to introduce a mandatory registration scheme for engineers…

9 March 2018

BPEQ is recommending homeowners always use the online register of professional engineers…


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