The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering
The Warren Centre was established in 1982 following public fundraising, coinciding with the centenary of Engineering at the University. The objective of the Centre, as established in that appeal, was to promote excellence and innovation in engineering and greater co-operation between the Faculty, industry and government. The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering was up until 2020 an ASIC registered controlled entity; it has now transitioned back with the the Faculty of Engineering.
Published 2020The Roles Report explores the future role, competencies, education, accreditation, audit and enforcement and regulatory controls for fire safety engineering in AustraliaReport, Research
Published 2019The Regulation, Control and Accreditation Report examines the current requirements or controls over practitioners employed or engaged in the building industry in the practice of fire safety engineeringReport, Research
Comparison of International Fire Safety Engineering Guidelines, Fire Safety Verification Methods and Practice Guides Published 2019The Methods Report takes a closer look at international guidelines and methods currently used for Fire Safety Engineering and considers where fundamental change is needed for AustraliaReport, Research
Published 2019The Education Report discusses the current status of education and training of fire safety engineers; as well as the competencies which are expected of a fire safety engineering professionalReport, Research