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International Women In Engineering Day Breakfast: 21 June 2024

June 21 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 am

Join QMCA, NAWIC Queensland and DT Infrastructure as we celebrate International Women in Engineering Day.

This event sold out in 2022 and 2023 – please book early to avoid disappointment.

International Women in Engineering Day began in the UK in 2014 as a national campaign by the Women’s Engineering Society. Since then, INWED has grown enormously, receiving UNESCO patronage in 2016 and going truly global the following year. The day highlights the amazing work of women in engineering and technical roles across our industry.

As an industry, we have undoubtedly come a long way, with QMCA and member companies supporting and driving positive change. However, more can still be done to increase female participation, promote careers and pathways in engineering, and ensure that we can attract and retain the best talent in infrastructure and engineering.

At our International Women in Engineering Day breakfast, join QMCA, keynote speakers Sally Stannard and Lydia Gentle OAM, and a panel of female leaders from across the industry as we celebrate women’s achievements in infrastructure and address the challenges and barriers preventing increased female participation.

Join us for a unique event. Book your place – grab a table, engage in this event and celebrate the fantastic women in the construction industry.

Event Partner – DT Infrastructure

As part of the Gamuda group of companies, DT Infrastructure offers a unique synergy of local expertise in complex infrastructure projects and the backing of global infrastructure and property multi-national, Gamuda.


Queensland Major Contractors Association
0410 366 037


Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (Plaza Terrace Room)
Cnr Glenelg & Merrivale Street
South Bank, Queensland 4101 Australia
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Our members.

Acciona Infrastructure Australia
Bielby Holdings
BMD Constructions
Civil Mining and Construction Pty Ltd
CPB Contractors
Decmil Group Limited
Fulton Hogan
Georgiou Group
John Holland
Martinus Rail Pty Ltd
McConnell Dowell
Seymour Whyte Constructions