Engineering is a fascinating industry to work in.
New sites and mining pits are being dug up in Queensland and Western Australia every day.
UK researchers have become the first people in the world to produce printed titanium car parts, demonstrating that the metal could eventually become cheap enough for commercial production.
The latest Building Bulletin, published by property consultant GVA, has predicted that the industry will continue to grow between 2014 and 2017.
Fields of wind turbines could be used to protect cities as well as provide power, according to a presentation by the American Geophysical Union.
<p>Engineering companies and recruiters across the globe are finding that skilled talent is increasingly hard to source. </p>
With over 20 years’ recruitment experience, we also have the resources and know-how to find skilled staff at short notice for the most complex and large-scale projects.