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Many of you know my back story, that my wife had always said I was a tough employee, always thinking engineering could be done better. When we had the opportunity to adopt a wonderful wee lad
Many of you may have heard Leon Daly is moving on from his GM role after 11.5 amazing years at Motovated. He will be heading down south to significant new challenges, managing high-value projects for NZAS (NZ Aluminium Smelter)
Wow, it’s been a busy month! I hope you all had a nice break and don’t mind getting back into it. Some highlights from below include an article on Jhan Vernon, a Motovated Engineer that’s going to ride the equivalent of Mt. Everest in a day – Please support his Everest Challenge below! And we had a very smart young man join us for his Professional Engineering Work Experience this summer, see our thanks to Leo Wright below.
Congratulations KiwiRail for taking the risk, and involving New Zealand firms in creating a world class rail experience! Motovated was part of the AK Carriage journey, and fondly remembers designing, analysing and developing production drawing and processes for the P11 Bogies which carries the TranzAlpine and Coastal Pacific carriages on their amazing journeys.
Carl Pavletich runs the local FAB LAB CHCH. Motovated engineers work with him often, and I had the opportunity to get to understand what drives him and what other things he is up to. Carl has a passion for Human Centred Design.
We hope you’re surviving the countdown to Christmas – the run up to the holidays is hectic as usual! The team took some well-deserved time out for our Christmas party, with some beautiful weather, excellent food and great company with all the extended family and kids. I hope you’re all scheduled for a well-earned break as well. Keep us in mind if you need a bit of help in the New Year, we’re ready to hit the ground running…
Message from Greg It’s been a busy month! Leon presented […]
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University of Canterbury Guest Lectures on “Real World Boundary Conditions” […]