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Engineering consultants are the perfect professionals to help you finish your projects correctly. You can count on these people when you are short on time and have a tight deadline, when you do not have the required experience for the project, or when you simply need some fresh insight on a project. If you are in any of those situations, it's time to call an engineering consultant.

Here at iSeekplant, we have a nationwide network of engineering consultants and companies ready to help you with your engineering projects.

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Engineering consultants are the perfect professionals to help you finish your projects correctly. You can count on these people when you are short on time and have a tight deadline, when you do not have the required experience for the project, or when you simply need some fresh insight on a project. If you are in any of those situations, it's time to call an engineering consultant.

Here at iSeekplant, we have a nationwide network of engineering consultants and companies ready to help you with your engineering projects.

Engineering Consulting FAQs

Here's some tips & frequently asked questions on how to find the right engineering consultant for your job

1. What is an engineering consultant?

An engineering consultant is a professional who works with clients to provide them with engineering advice and technical solutions for various projects. To successfully analyse each project, engineering consultants must have the necessary knowledge in all areas of engineering.

  • Project management. Engineering consultants are hired to assess the needs of their clients and translate them into designs (civil engineering), equipment (mechanical engineering), or new systems (electrical engineering) and more. They will oversee the project from the initial stage, ensuring the project timeline for development is followed.
  • Plan technical solutions. When there are technical issues found during the project, it is the consultant's job to find unique solutions to such problems so that the project timeline will not be affected.
  • Build and maintain relationships with clients. To build and maintain relationships with clients, architects, manufacturers, and even the local authorities, consultants will continuously meet with them. This is to clearly understand the client's needs, provide them with the right solutions and inform them of updates along the way.
  • Organise project logistics. Managing and organising project logistics is a major role of an engineering consultant. For instance, it is their job to purchase or supply chain management. Along the way, they will analyse the process and make improvements or find solutions wherever an issue arises.
  • Prepare documentation. There will be documents and reports prepared by the consultant with complete details of their assessments, surveys, inception, and concept planning for the project.
 

2. How to select an engineering consultant?

When looking for an engineering consultant, there are a few things you must consider:

  • Education and engineering license. Engineering consultants must have the necessary knowledge in various engineering fields such as civil engineering. So, hire a consultant whose engineering field of expertise is closely related to your engineering needs. For instance, if you are looking for structural engineering services, then it is best to look for structural engineers. Also, ensure that they have the necessary license proving them qualified for the job.
  • Experience. Easily analysing engineering systems, suggesting necessary improvements, and detecting current and future issues are due to the academic knowledge of a consultant and their experience in the field and design. Experience adds value to a consultant's resume.
  • Certifications. A professional who continues to learn will generally provide better advice and services than those who only have a degree to offer. It adds more value to their services since they continue to learn new solutions for their clients.
  • Software knowledge and experience. An example of learning new engineering solutions is the ever-evolving modern technology in the fields of engineering. Knowledge and experience in using software packages for engineering designs generally make the consultant more ideal.
 

3. How much do engineering consultants make?

On average, an engineering consultant's salary in Australia is about $72,927.00 or an hourly rate of $57.00.

 

4. Where are iSeekplant's engineering consultants located?

iSeekplant has a nationwide network of experienced and well-trusted engineering consultants and engineering companies located in all capital cities from Brisbane to Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne to Darwin, Perth and Adelaide. You may also find them in all major towns and cities from Townsville to Toowoomba and the Gold Coast down to Newcastle, Bendigo, Ballarat and Geelong.

 

5. How to use iSeekplant to find an engineering consultant?

Use iSeekplant's get a quote tool to request quotes from engineering consultants in your area. Start your search in our search bar and find precisely what you're looking for! You can also give us a call on 1300 691 912 or email projects@iseekplant.com.au and tell us your project details to get quotes directly into your inbox.

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