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Nexus Ball 2016:  SALT's Matt, Danielle, Simon and Laurence

SALT at the Circus

    Last Friday 7 October, SALT joined fellow planning, environment and development colleagues at the annual Nexus Ball. Organised by VPELA, PIA Victoria and UDIA Victoria, we walked a tightrope fine line between and clowning around and eating our (s)words. The circus-themed night won’t be forgotten anytime soon!  

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SALT: 2016 East Gippsland Business Award Finalist

The East Gippsland Business Awards celebrate innovation and success in regional Victoria. We’re proud to be short-listed as a finalist for three awards: •  Professional Services Award •  Innovation Award •  Child & Family Friendly Award   ‘SALT identified a gap in the market and devised a solution regarding waste planning issues. It is also […]

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Matt and Brad promoted

SALT’s Brad & Matt Promoted

We’re happy to announce two promotions in the SALT traffic and waste teams: Traffic engineer Matthew Keen has been promoted to Design Engineer Waste engineer Brad Parker is now a Project Engineer In their time at SALT, Matt and Brad have consistently gone above and beyond to build client relationships and improve processes. Their new roles will […]

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Life as a SALT Undergraduate | Part 1

In April 2016, we launched the SALT Undergraduate Program. Our latest initiative aims to upskill young engineering talent. James Brownlie and Jo Garretty (SALT’s directors) are spearheading several new ways to drive personal and professional development.  These are the stories of our first three undergraduates.   Conor Hogan My first impression of SALT? Great people. […]

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History of SALT

SALT Turns 5

This April, we celebrated five years of producing high quality traffic engineering solutions for the great state of Victoria. Founding director James Brownlie reflects on how far SALT has come. For those of you who don’t know, SALT began as Sustainable Transport Surveys (STS). For three years, I was based in East Gippsland and operated […]

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Mechanical parking system

Is a mechanical parking system right for my development? | SALT Blog

The installation of a mechanical parking system (such as a car lift, turn table or car stacker) can be one of the most effective ways to optimise a car park layout. Historically, mechanical parking systems have been seen as expensive last resorts. But recent improvements in parking technology and increases in number of suppliers have resulted in mechanical parking […]

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SALT team at triathlon

SALT Going for Gold

On the morning of 6 March 2016, SALT competed in the AustralianSuper Corporate Triathlon. With over 1,800 teams competing, the team’s sense of friendly competitive rivalry was certainly brought to the fore. Family, friends and the rest of the office at SALT comprised an enthusiastic and spirited cheer squad.

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How to Avoid Bin Disasters | SALT Blog

As Greater Melbourne and Sydney’s suburbs continue to grow, so do the number of bins placed on the footpath for collection. But too many developments consider waste management too late in the design process. “Band-aid fixes” often cost time, money and valuable ground floor space. Excessive numbers of bins placed out for collection also reduces street […]

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