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Get to know Daniel McCallum

Daniel McCallum is one of our Structural Engineers. Dan leads our Suncorp inspections and has been involved in many iconic projects in our region. How long have you worked at Kehoe Myers? Coming up on 9 years. What drew you to Engineering? The challenge of designing and constructing something from basic materials. As a kid, […]

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Terry Kehoe’s Retirement & KMs 30 Year Celebration

We were delighted to jointly celebrate Terry’s retirement and Kehoe Myers 30 Years! On Friday 14 May, we held a small celebration at the Downs Club Toowoomba. Terry spoke briefly of his career history and the formation of Kehoe Myers. Terry has been involved in many iconic projects in the region, including Wellcamp Airport and […]

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Paper co-authored by Bjorn Jachmann

Bjorn Jachmann is widely referred to as a leader in engineering composite fibre in construction. Bjorn recently co-authored a paper “Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Bars for Concrete Structures: State-of-the-Practice in Australia”. This paper is part of the Journal of Composites for Construction published by the American Society of Civil Engineers. The abstract of this paper has been provided […]

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Get to know Grant…

Grant Parker has just celebrated his first year as a Director of Kehoe Myers Consulting Engineers. To celebrate, we wanted to give you the opportunity to learn a little more about Grant. What do you enjoy about being an Engineer? ‘The satisfaction when I see the finished product is like no other. I enjoy working […]

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The Evolution of Kehoe Myers

Kehoe Myers has been going through changes behind-the-scenes. These changes include: A new Director and Leadership Team New technology to support our team New project delivery processes emphasising communication New project coordination roles to support our clients and engineers with project delivery New modernised office renovations (work-in-progress) A flexible and adaptable approach to project delivery […]

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Kehoe Myers delivering Feasibility Studies

Kehoe Myers has a multi-disciplined team working together on a range of projects at different project phases from concept through to construction. Some of these projects are not purely engineering based. For example, our team delivers early stage feasibility studies, options analysis, project cost/benefit assessments and business case development. For the Queensland Government’s Maturing the […]

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2020 – The year to remember…

2020 is turning into a year to remember! Our year began with devastating nation-wide bushfires, and now we’re all trying to manage this global pandemic. Kehoe Myers, like many businesses, has had to adapt to the ever-changing health, political and economic climate. The majority of our team are working-from-home, and we’ve introduced many new policies […]

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Team Profile – Bjorn’s Global Experience

Have you met Bjorn Jachmann, one of our Directors? Our team comes from diverse backgrounds with experience on a large spectrum of projects. Bjorn’s experience spans multiple countries and some very interesting projects. Bjorn started his career in Germany. Some of his most notable projects include a large research centre for a hospital, the new […]

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An impressive retaining wall…

Kehoe Myers delivered an impressively large reinforced soil retaining wall in 2019 for the Wagner group. The retaining wall located on Anzac Avenue, Toowoomba is 9.5 metres high and 300 metres long. These retaining walls are designed with a geogrid, also referred to as a polymer grid blanket. The geogrid is placed underneath concrete blocks […]

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Kehoe Myers appoints new Director

Kehoe Myers is delighted to announce the appointment of Grant Parker as a Director. Grant is a highly experienced Engineer working in our structural team, and now joins Terry, John, Grant Pendlebury and Bjorn on our Board of Directors. Congratulations Grant!

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