At DMA, we think it’s the things you don’t see that matter.
Like the inner workings of an office building, the lighting at your favourite art gallery, the air conditioning that helps keep you comfortable when you go to hospital, or the plumbing at your local shopping centre. This inner beauty is what keeps our communities, homes and workplaces ticking, and helps our days go more smoothly.
This is what our team of mechanical, electrical, fire, hydraulic and vertical transport engineers work to create every day with a commitment to delivery, reliability and finding new ideas to solve old problems remains the same.
It’s a commitment we share with our clients – clients who trust us to help them optimise the usability and efficiency of their buildings. Clients who, like us, are part of the cities and communities that need us to make things work beautifully, too.
Which is why at DMA Engineers we always strive to create inner beauty.
UQ is a research-intensive institution in the top 50 universities world-wide, offering choice and opportunity in undergraduate and postgraduate learning.
The HaBs Faculty Healthy Ageing Initiative is a developing network designed to build a community of practice around healthy ageing, incorporating research, research training, curriculum development, student activities, and community engagement.
In line with Faculty strengths in research, teaching and engagement, this initiative focuses on applied aspects of healthy ageing, with four major themes:
- understanding and managing the transitions of ageing
- interventions and health service design for chronic illness, disability, and rehabilitation
- strategies to achieve the goal of living well in older age
- development and use of digital technologies to make health-related services and information widely accessible to all regardless of age or capacity.