The Department of Infrastructure Engineering sits within the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology and houses the disciplines of Geomatics, Civil Engineering and Environmental Hydrology and Water Resources.
Our focus is on engineering infrastructure that’s sustainable. Infrastructure that considers the natural environment it supports, as well as the economy.
You’ll see this in our research and in the design of our courses, with undergraduate pathways in the Bachelor of Design and the Bachelor of Science right through to our flagship Master of Engineering programs.
An integrated future …
In combining these disciplines, our vision reflects industry practice.
To this end, we’re not just equipping you for a career in engineering. Our aim is to share knowledge, build capability and manage information to solve complex engineering challenges and develop future leaders in the community.
Our department annual reports from 2011 onwards.
How alumni can get continue as part of our community and a list of our recent research student alumni.
Surveying and geomatic engineering collection
Our historical geomatics collection includes examples of types of instrument used for astronomical, angular and distance measurement, together with instruments for the computation, plotting and presentation of the survey data.
Infrastructure Engineering Strategy 2019–2020: OHS Objectives
The Department of Infrastructure Engineering is fully committed to establishing a safer workplace that protects all staff and students by eliminating, or better managing, health and safety hazards.
We, the Senior Executives, are fully committed to the provision of appropriate support for training in order to assist all staff and students to fulfill their responsibilities and maintain a safe working environment. Through consultation and cooperation with the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology OHS team, we create a systematic approach to managing health and safety risks across our labs and our wider department environment, in which staff, students and contractors can observe OHS rules and safe working practices and make every effort to reduce the risk of injury to themselves, their fellow colleagues, students, and others.
Head of Department and Infrastructure Engineering Senior Executive