Graham Marsh take a whole-of-project approach to every project we work on. We connect with all stakeholders in the project to ensure you, our client, get the professional engineering services you need, without compromising other elements.
We like to get involved as early as possible to ensure the project
- suits engineering as well as other needs
- is cost-effective
- is functional
We have an eye for detail and an eye for practicality, which means
- less re-work
- better end-results
- an aesthetically pleasing AND functional end-project
We offer a personal service
When you call Graham Marsh engineers, you’ll speak with Graham and he is the engineer who will look after your project.
Graham established his private practice in Brisbane in 1985 after fifteen years of diverse experience in the construction industry in South Africa, USA and Australia. Since then he has worked on many, many projects, including large multi-purpose developments.
For Graham, it’s the sense of achievement that he enjoys most about engineering. He believes in producing work that is not only of a high quality and functional but also, fulfills his client’s engineering needs within the physical boundaries.
One of his favourite projects is one of his earliest – Du Toit’s Kloof in South Africa, completed in 1980. This project involved the construction of two bridges and the entrance road to the Du Toit’s Kloof Tunnel. It was constructed under traffic and within strict restrictions. It was a challenging project for someone so young, and one of his career highlights.
Civil Engineering Degree, University of Cape Town – 1972
Graduate Diploma in Environmental & Municipal Engineering, Queensland University of Technology – 1989
- Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Australia and Chartered Professional Engineer
- Registered Professional Engineer in Queensland
- Member of Stormwater Industry Association
- Member of Australian Water Association