Archive for category: Planning

BM Town Planner part of 500 Women in Property

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April 14, 2019

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Community, Planning

We’re pleased to announce that our Town Planner Mary McCarthy is a participant in the Property Council of Australia’s (PCA) 500 Women in Property Programme for 2019.

This fantastic programme, an initiative of the PCA’s Diversity Committee, offers professional development and networking opportunities across all disciplines in the development industry, to help foster future leaders in our industry.  

Mary is one of a number of energetic and engaged professionals that we are fortunate to have in the BM team.

As an emerging leader in the property development industry, our Director Stephen Motti was proud to sponsor her involvement in the Programme to assist in her contribution to the town planning profession and the debates that matter in developing Northern Australia.

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Recipient announced – 2019 Susan Green Pathway to Planning Profession Programme

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April 11, 2019

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Community, Planning

We’re pleased to announce the recipient of the 2019 Susan Green “Pathway to the Planning Profession Programme” – Nicholas Griffin.

This Programme will provide Nicholas, as a final year James Cook University Planning student, with a work placement with Brazier Motti, attend two planning industry networking events, a one year Young Planner membership of the Planning Institute of Australia, and membership on the Planning Institute of Australia’s North Queensland Young Planner Sub-committee.

We’re proud to be able to deliver this opportunity, created in the memory of our colleague Susan Green, in partnership with the Planning Institute of Australia’s North Queensland branch and James Cook University.

We were thrilled to receive a range of outstanding applications]. Nicholas, along with the other impressive finalists Sonya Parison, Sarah Gibson and Matthew Abel, demonstrated a clear understanding of the role of Town Planners in creating a sense of place and in building better communities.

We look forward to working with Nicholas over the coming year as he takes this next step in his Planning career.

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Peter Murphy appointed as Chair of the Queensland Surveyors Board

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February 1, 2018

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Planning, Survey

Brazier Motti is very proud to announce that Director and Survey Discipline Leader, Peter Murphy, has been appointed by the Government as the Chair of the Queensland Surveyors Board. The role of the Board is to administer the Surveyors Act, in order to protect the public and ensure public confidence in the profession of surveying. Broadly, this includes: setting the standards of competency for registration; registering competent persons; conducting investigations of complaints; and conducting disciplinary proceedings (where necessary).

https://sbq.com.au/2018/01/18/new-board-members/

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Graham Ward inducted as a SSSI Fellow

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November 15, 2017

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Planning, Survey

Graham Ward was inducted as a SSSI Fellow (QLD Region and Land Surveying Commission) at the QLD Northern Region Conference on 10 November 2017. The following is a brief excerpt from his citation:

“Graham Peter Ward has made a lasting difference to the surveying and spatial sciences profession by his leadership and contribution and he continues to serve his profession, his Institute and his community with pride, dedication and enthusiasm.

He is a Project Manager at Brazier Motti Pty Ltd and has over 38 years’ experience in the surveying profession.

Graham has demonstrated a long and consistent commitment to the profession of surveying, and continually upholds the Institute as the pre-eminent professional organisation representing surveyors in Australia.

He has demonstrated leadership and excellence in his chosen profession, and has the respect of the community and his peers.

The decision to nominate him as a Fellow of the SSSI is in recognition of his substantial achievements for the benefit and future prosperity of the Surveying and Spatial Sciences profession in Australia.”

 

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Brazier Motti part of the local team undertaking feasibility study for Hells Gates Dam

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May 25, 2017

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Planning, Survey

Brazier Motti is part of the consortium of Townsville businesses, led by national engineering and development consultants SMEC, chosen to undertake a detailed feasibility study for the proposed Hells Gates Dam.

As a truly local firm, originating in North Queensland over 60 years ago and today, employing up to 100 staff throughout regional QLD, Brazier Motti is proud to work with SMEC and other local firms on this important initiative.

Project managed by Townsville Enterprise and funded by the Federal Government’s National Water Infrastructure Development Fund, the study’s goal is to determine if the Dam, is feasible on an engineering, environmental and economic basis.

Link to article here

 

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