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  • How the Canning Dam Solved Perth’s Water Supply Problems

    Jul 13, 2018 | 08:11 am

    How the Canning Dam Solved Perth’s Water Supply Problems The Canning Dam is a popular tourist attraction in Perth. The stunning scenery makes it the perfect picnic spot, and there are a number of different walks visitors can complete in the area. These range from short strolls, to longer hikes — look out for the signs that explain the historical significance of the area. There is even a wide path along the dam wall, which means you can take in the view of water on one side and dry[…]

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  • International Engineering & multiculturalism - a delicate balance

    Jul 13, 2018 | 02:31 am

    International Engineering & multiculturalism - a delicate balance Global Engineering organizations have created cross-cultural spaces wherein all races, religions, and personality types coexist. And with more first world countries looking to take their engineering education and training beyond their borders, the meeting of cultures will increasingly occur. Today it doesn’t matter who you are or where you’re from, if you have the knack for engineering you can be educated and trained up to a global spec.As early as the turn of the millennium, the year 2000, the Auckland[…]

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  • Ebenezer Opoku-Yeboah

    Jul 12, 2018 | 01:09 am

    Ebenezer Opoku-Yeboah Ebenezer Opoku-Yeboah is an engineering enthusiast working in the mining industry. He is a registered engineering superintendent with Ghana Chamber of Mines. He obtained his sectional engineers certification in April 2011, but has twenty years of experience in both mobile and fixed plants, specifically focusing on maintenance and installation works.He is presently employed by Gold Field Ghana Tarkwa as Chief Engineer and is presiding over Maintenance and Projects. He has been with them for six years.

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