Founder, Managing Director
Dennis is a descendant of the Yidinyji Nation in Far North Queensland. Dennis holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) and Master of Environmental Engineering and was awarded Registered Project Manager (Certified Practicing Project Manager) status by the Australian Institute of Project Management.
Dennis’ career commenced in local government before moving into the private sector with global engineering consultancies where he has spent most of his career. As a school leaver Dennis moved away from his community and then returned with qualifications and experience to help develop communities across Cape York through delivery of projects including water and sewerage upgrades, roadworks and housing construction and refurbishments. A stage of Dennis’ career that he is thankful for.
Grant Maher is a descendant of the Gumbaynggirr and Biripi people from Northern New South Wales. Grant has over 16 years' experience as a structural and façade engineer and is a Registered Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng), Registered Professional Engineer Queensland (RPEQ) and Fellow within Engineers Australia. Grant holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)(Struct), Bachelor Commerce and Master of Design Science (Sustainable Design).
Grant has worked across a wide range of projects and disciplines within the engineering field with extensive experience in Façades, ESD, Design Management, Procurement and Fabrication, gaining experience in both contracting and consulting roles whilst working on local and international projects within government, aviation, defence, residential and commercial sectors.
Further to his professional work, Grant helps to mentor young indigenous engineers and hope to develop the Indigenous Engineers Group into a group that provides support, networking and developmental opportunities for current and future Indigenous Engineers.