Emerging engineering leader wins big

by Brighton Council
Callum Pearce-Rasmussen showing off his very special award at the recent IPWEA conference.

Brighton Council Senior Project Engineer, Callum Pearce-Rasmussen recently received the Emerging Leader Award at the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) conference- Tasmania Division.

This is a significant achievement and the Council wholeheartedly congratulates Callum. We’re lucky to have him as part of our team! Callum is highly active in the engineering community – he act as a mentor for engineering students from UTAS and in 2021 he became the Vice-President of IPWEA Tasmania Division. Callum has been a key figure in the Brighton Council team, leading a range of important engineering projects.

Most recently he has contributed to the Brighton Regional Sports Pavilion redevelopment at Pontville- a $6 million function Centre, change rooms, kiosk and public toilets – and the Bridgewater Parkland Stage 2 – a $1.7 million parklands including car parking, bbq area, public toilets, landscaping and numerous pieces of play equipment.

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Emerging engineering leader wins big
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