FSC expands into planning and project controls
Earlier this year, we introduced our Planning & Project Controls service, which reflects our dedication to providing specialised expertise, adaptability, and a strong commitment to simplifying complex projects. Since the launch of this service, our team, under the leadership of Dirk Slabbert, has successfully engaged in a wide range of projects.
FSC is a Top 4 Great Place To Work!
Celebrating success at FSC! The 2023 Great Place To Work® Australia New Zealand Pty Ltd (GPTW) list has been revealed, and we’re ecstatic to share that FSC has secured a remarkable top 4 ranking of companies in the entire country!
FSC welcomes Alexander Vukotic
Welcome to Alexander Vukotic who joins FSC as Principal Consultant – Manager NSW.
FSC provides Silica Dust Monitoring
FSC recently performed a successful silica and respirable dust monitoring assessment for Laing O’Rourke at their Bridge Inn Road upgrade project in Melbourne.
FSC bolsters environmental capacity and expands into site investigation services
FSC has announced a boost of its suite of environmental engineering services, now providing site investigation services to primarily construction clients.
Preparing an As-Built Recycled First Plan
FSC was engaged by Whelans Group to provide environmental and sustainability advice on the Princes Highway East Upgrade project, between Traralgon and Sale.
Melbourne-based multidisciplinary engineering firm launches in Queensland
FSC has announced the launch of its Queensland office, located in Riverside Centre at 123 Eagle Street, in the heart of the Brisbane CBD.
Helping to sustainably build a new home for the Spirit of Tasmania
FSC was engaged by BMD as environmental advisors at the construction of the new terminal for the Spirit of Tasmania work at Corio Quay.
Guide to Underground Utilities: Managing risk on infrastructure projects
FSC Group’s Technical Director, John Fitzgerald, explores the risks associated with underground utility works and provides a best practice guide to assist.
Emerging Leaders: How to create the engineering career you actually want
Lachlan Smith, FSC Group’s Managing Director explores his experiences as an Engineer and gives tips to create the career you actually want.
Understanding Temporary Works
John Fitzgerald, FSC Group’s Technical Director explores Temporary Works and how processes have improved to reduce the risk of infrastructure failure.
What is Design Management?
Design management is increasingly important in the construction and infrastructure industries. Learn about design management and its role in engineering.
Smart Cities: What does the future hold?
As technology advances, engineers must advance with it. By embracing smart cities, engineers can improve efficiency and quality of life.
The dimensions of decisions: Using time, scale and compounding change to your advantage
Are you undervaluing your decisions? FSC Director, Lachlan Smith, explains how making the right decisions today can have a compounding effect in the future.
How we connect our workforce to deliver better outcomes
Our infrastructure, project delivery, engineering, environmental and design teams work alongside each other so we can deliver better outcomes for our clients.
Behind the scenes: What it’s like to be an engineer at FSC
We’re working hard to build a business that values integrity, cares for people and builds great things. Discover what it’s like to be an engineer at FSC.
You can’t measure everything: How to deal with uncertainty for better project outcomes
FSC Group’s Managing Director, Lachlan Smith, gives his opinion on how to drive better project outcomes with his 5 tips for dealing with uncertainty.
How to assess, manage and treat Non-Destructive Digging (NDD) waste on your project
Large-scale infrastructure projects taking place in our cities has led to a need to minimise disruption. Learn more about NDD Waste Management.
Behind the scenes: How we use UAV technology to better visualise our projects
We’re committed to finding new and innovative ways to visualise what we’re building. That’s why we use state-of-the-art UAV technology for surveying, 3D modelling and capturing footage of our projects.
How Infrastructure Is Transforming Australia in the Wake of COVID-19
Over the next five years, there’s an estimated $246billion worth of infrastructure work on the horizon, helping Australia’s economy bounce back.
How to make a great pizza
On our last team day, we visited Ladro in Prahran to learn how to make great pizza. Here’s what we learnt.
How we’re solving budget blowouts with PARMA, an easy-to-use cost tracking app built specifically for civil engineers
We’ve developed an easy-to-use app, PARMA, to help civil engineers make better resource decisions ahead of time.
What 2021 holds for FSC – State of the Union
At FSC we live and breathe our ethos of ‘working towards the next big thing’, and 2021 will be no different.
Solving Problems with Digital Engineering
FSC is revolutionising the way infrastructure is built with digital engineering. Found out how digital engineering helps deliver better projects, faster and more efficiently.
Behind the scenes at FSC – The Connected Project
At FSC, we’re building it better. Discover how we continuously innovate, while continuing to deliver for our clients.
A message from FSC
As we are all aware, COVID-19 is having a huge impact on Australia as well as the infrastructure community.
Construction and the Art of Prediction
Much of an engineer’s working life is spent predicting the future. Whether in relation to the physical world in the design space, or in project management predicting timelines and costs.
Sedimentation Tanks: New NDD Waste Treatment System
NDD waste disposal has been a major environmental issue and cost burden on infrastructure projects, and the use of NDD techniques continues to grow.
Getting things Done
At FSC, we focus on the fundamentals of our work at the core to improve our day to day performance. Much like a soccer player practices passing, we ensure we place the right focus on things like managing your time and communication, as these influence everything else we do.