RMA Engineers are proud to join the Fulton Trotter Architects team for the Brisbane to Gold Coast Cycle Challenge to raise funds for The Heart Foundation and Healthy Living Through Cycling.
Torrential rain, cyclonic headwind and flooded roads (and even the odd magpie) didn’t stop this team when it comes to great causes!
Looking the part thanks to Paul Trotter's striking jerseys, the fashion certainly outperformed the weather. Thanks to the Fulton Trotter crew for inviting RMA into their team. A big thank you to Bicycle Queensland for a well organised event, the volunteers and the Queensland Police who stood out in that weather to provide a safe and enjoyable ride. We certainly look forward to next year!
Herron Coorey have kindly let us share their drone footage of the works at Ambrose Treacy College.
Construction of Stage Three of the Ambrose Treacy College Master Building Plan is almost complete, providing more classrooms and specialised teaching and learning areas for Year 11 and 12 students. The RMA team provided civil and structural engineering design for the construction of two new multi-purpose buildings.
A large number of friends and family commuted to this year’s annual RMA Go Kart Challenge on 9th September at Kingston Park Raceway. A total of 10 RMA rev heads from Brisbane and Toowoomba offices competed against some 15 other imposters. The challenge consisted of 3 heats with points tallied towards the final race for podium finish.
Many PB’s were achieved, notably that of Stuart “Bowser” Doyle, who’s veteran performance has produced some marked improvements along with David “Donkey Kong” Schaumburg who managed to take out this year’s Mr Magoo prize. Other notable results include David “Koopa Trooper” Waldock, who must have spun on a banana placing him in 3rd position overall and upcoming speedster Adam “Luigi” Krause whose gentleman tactics became his undoing to claim 2nd place. Anthony “Toad“ O’Neill, who modestly accepted the accolades, scraped into 1st place in the final to take out this year’s challenge.
Thanks to all those that participated on the day, it’s always a good day out and great opportunity to share experiences with our fellow RMA comrades.
When life's tough the Brisbane team does beer and bowls! A massive thanks to Toowong West Bowls Club (possibly Brisbane's best kept secret) for a terrific Sunday afternoon! Bowling optional, jugs of Gold compulsory!