This guide provides information and links to library resources, relevant videos, and guides aimed at students studying engineering.
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The video below provides an insight into the collapse of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, nicknamed Gallopin' Gertie, in 1940.
Some claimed that the bridge was an engineering success while others declared it a failure as it collapsed just 4 months after completion.
If you would like to know about engineering services in Australia, or major players in the Australian engineering industry, then check out IBISWorld industry reports. IBISWorld reports comprise comprehensive information on the engineering industry including current and future trends, key companies, and financial data. IBISWorld can be accessed via the Databases A-Z link on the Library webpage, or by clicking the image below.
Would you like information about a career in civil engineering?
The Australian Government's website, joboutlook.gov.au, provides information for hundreds of careers including civil engineers. Information on the website includes future grown, skill level, average weekly wage and work hours, and career pathways.
Information for civil engineers can be found here.
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