What has been an incredible journey of growth, challenges, successes, brekky BBQs and trivia comps for over a decade at […]

Engaging Communities

Often in life, arguments are won by those who shout the loudest, not necessarily those who are armed with facts […]

The Transport Connection

Critical to the success of any city and region’s growth is transport. The ability to seamlessly and efficiently move people […]

Emma turns 10!

One of our favourite Inertians reached the big decade milestone this week, the one and only Emma Clements. From admin […]

The Cost of Car Ownership

When we think of car ownership, we think of the usual suspects: Repayments Depreciation Fuel Insurance Servicing But what we […]

The Missing Middle

The missing middle, first christened over a decade ago by Daniel Parolek, a California architect and urban designer, the phrase […]

How Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is the answer to Gender Diversity in Engineering

Written by Kate Heliotis, Structural Engineer at Inertia Engineering Two weeks ago, countless industries around the world acknowledged International Women […]

Rethinking Dwelling Targets and Suburb Plans

As Queensland struggles to manage the availability of land, rising property costs and significant interstate migration, maybe it is time […]

International Women in Engineering Day 2021

Happy International Women in Engineering Day! A day to champion ladies breaking the mould in engineering and technical roles around […]

Land Pressure and Booming Population Poses Challenges for Development and Liveability

Supply and demand. The relationship between the quantity of an available commodity and the quantity that vendors wish to buy […]

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