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Brendan Attewell becomes a Fellow of Engineering New Zealand

2022-02-06 22:28 | Anonymous

Brendan Attewell is a committee member of the NZSSE, and he has been awarded Fellowship of Engineering New Zealand.

Congratulation Brendan!

Fellowship is an honoured class of membership, recognising the most highly experienced professionals who have made a huge impact on engineering in Aotearoa.

Brendan is a temporary works specialist, whose construction engineering career has been defined through heavy civil and marine infrastructure projects in New Zealand and the South Pacific. His experience includes deep basement methodologies, enabling works assessments, façade retention and party wall support schemes for iconic projects across London and the United Kingdom. Brendan facilitates temporary works risk and awareness courses for Engineering New Zealand and was the inaugural chair of the Structural Engineering Society (SESOC) Temporary Works forum.

Brendan leads a team of in-house temporary works engineers and digital design specialists for The Fletcher Construction Company. He is passionate about delivering safer workplaces.


  • 2022-02-14 18:49 | Anonymous
    Congratulations Brendan, well deserved!!
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    • 2022-03-02 17:13 | Anonymous
      Thank you Daniel and thank you to all the NZSSE committee members and membership for your support!
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