Project Description

Anthony McTigueSenior Structural Engineer
Raised in County Clare, West Ireland, Anthony McTigue’s father was a stone- mason, often carving headstones. While Anthony didn’t make his mark on these stones, he was always building things, whether it was in Lego or in found material, such as wood. Following on from his varied interests Anthony went on to gain a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), a Doctor of Philosophy (Civil) from the National University of Ireland Galway graduating in 2004 and 2012 respectively and is an active member of Engineers Ireland – Australia/New Zealand Region and previously of Engineers Ireland – Thomond Region. He has 10 years’ experience as a practicing, consulting structural engineer and 4 years’ academic experience. As a practicing engineer, he was responsible for structural design and documentation of new structures in concrete, steel, timber and masonry, temporary works design, demolition engineering, structural assessment and rectification of existing structures. As an academic, he carried out primary research, laboratory materials testing, data processing, statistical analysis, computer numerical modelling, authoring academic journal articles, conference papers and presentations, preparation, delivery and examination of ungraduated course material covering structural analysis, computer numerical modelling and structural steel and concrete design to British Standard and Eurocode methods.
Anthony has been employed by Engineering Elements since 2015 as a structural design engineer primarily involved with temporary works engineering, demolition engineering and structural investigation engineering. His current role has a primarily focuses on temporary works and demolition engineering for large building and demolition contractors on large CBD projects including Collins Arch, 477 Collins Street, 80 Collins Street, Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, Carlton Connect Initiative, 405 Bourke Street and the Melbourne Metro CBD North and CBD South sites