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Affiliations

Specialised Geo Pty Ltd is a proud member of various reputable organisations in Australia.

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The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (The AusIMM) provides services to professionals engaged in all facets of the global minerals sector.  With a focus on providing leadership and opportunities to minerals industry professionals, the AusIMM delivers an ongoing program of professional development services to ensure our members are supported throughout their careers, enabling them to provide high-quality professional input to industry and the community.

The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) is the professional organisation providing member services and advocacy for those involved in and delivering public works and engineering services to the community both in Australia and New Zealand.

The Australian Geomechanics Society was founded in 1970. Its origins lie in the National Committee of Soil Mechanics of the Institution of Engineers, Australia established in 1953 and the call for a corresponding society in rock mechanics. In 1973 the society was expanded to include the third discipline of engineering geology and has remained substantially unchanged since that date.

The Mining & Energy Services Council of Australia (MESCA) is an industry body created to assist members in developing and enhancing partnerships while maximising their opportunities for contributions to Mining & Energy projects.  MESCA represents and promotes a diverse range of skilled, innovative providers which include: capital equipment, contractor and consultancy resources, OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) project management, engineering and MRO (Maintenance Repair & Operational) suppliers to the energy and mineral resource industries across Australia.

BOHOGS is the Bowen Basin & Hunter Valley Open Cut Geotechnical Society.  The society is based in the Bowen Basin in Queensland and the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, Australia. BOHOGS is a society where geotechnical engineers can share experience in a friendly environment.

The Bowen Basin Underground Geotechnical Society Inc. (BBUGS) is a non-profit organisation with the aims of providing a forum for mutual technical development, networking, expanding and sharing knowledge, special interest identification, specialist recognition, establishment of national links, expert opinion and influence in relation to the field of geotechnical engineering in the underground coal mines of the Bowen Basin.”

The Australian Centre for Geomechanics is a not-for-profit mining research centre based at The University of Western Australia, Perth.  The ACG undertakes research, education and training activities in the geomechanics disciplines to provide industry with the necessary tools and knowledge to ensure that safety is not simply a top priority on par with productivity, but rather an ethic that guides everything.

The Maitland Chamber covers the entire Maitland Local Government Area and was first incorporated in 1949.  The Maitland Business Chamber exists to promote and protect the trade, commerce, and manufacturing of Maitland and to consider all questions connected therewith, to collect and disseminate statistical and other information relating to trade commerce and manufacturing.  Read more…

Hunter Business Chamber is the independent representative organisation for Australia’s largest regional business community. The Chamber represents NSW Business Chamber in the Hunter, giving members access to a range of additional resources and helping create business prosperity and community through a policy and administrative structure that is directed by members through an elected Board of Directors and specialist committees made up of members.

HunterNet is widely recognised within Australian manufacturing and academia as the most successful industry ‘cluster’ of its type nationally. The organisation involves over 200 companies, active in national and international infrastructure and asset management, energy and resources, defence and advanced manufacturing supply chains. Through its membership, HunterNet represents over 70,000 employees.