News

29 May 2019

We have always been proud of our local roots, having started in the Shoalhaven region more than three decades ago. And now we are very pleased to announce that our Wollongong office has opened in May 2019.

The new office will be led by Graham Stokes, Design and Project Management Lead, and he will be represented by Emil Toussis, who brings 35 years of local and professional experience to MIEngineers and our new office. Emil has with him a team of Civil & Structural engineers based in Wollongong and supported by the wider group.

26 October 2018

We're very pleased to announce that Emil Toussis is our latest addition to our growing MIEngineers team.

Emil will be working within our Design and Project Management Division, bringing decades of structural engineering expertise to our already skilled team.

Over the past 35 years, Emil has been responsible for a wide range of developments. He has worked on the design and project management of structures of every type and size – residential buildings, education campuses, industrial facilities, housing developments, community facilities, high rise, medium density, and mixed use.

7 February 2018

MIEngineers believes in the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility, and in line with this we are proud to engage in several programs with community organisations which allow us to support our local social environment.
2017 marked our second year of participation in The Centre for Disability Studies, “uni 2 beyond” internship pilot program, which offers students with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to gain working experience in the corporate environment. 

30 January 2018

Continuing our strong commitment and focus on education and support for the next generation of engineers, MIEngineers was a willing sponsor and active participant in the University of Wollongong’s ‘STEM Camp for Girls’.
STEM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) adopts an interdisciplinary and integrated approach to inspire students to ‘make things happen’  through themes that tie into the social sciences and humanities. It particularly highlights how a STEM degree empowers young people to contribute in many areas including the environment, health, humanities and the arts.

17 December 2017

Happy Holidays from everyone at MIEngineers.
We hope your holidays will be filled with joy and laughter through the New Year.
Please note our office will close in the afternoon of Friday 22nd December this year and opening for business again on Tuesday 2nd January.

25 September 2017

MIEngineers is proud to announce the appointment of Amy-Ruth MacDonald as its new CEO. She is taking over from Rob MacDonald who is retiring from the role after 32 years. Rob will maintain a strong interest in the company as chairman of the company board. This is a significant and strategic move for the family-owned and managed company. Established in 1985, it has expanded to provide services to major projects in Australia, UK and New Zealand from its offices in Australia and the United Kingdom.