Frank Bryant, the founder of Cardno BSD, has been awarded the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia’s (IPWEA) highest honour, the Keith H Wood Medal.
Mr Bryant was presented with the medal in front of more than 500 people at the opening of the International Public Works Conference in Cairns.
Named after Keith H. Wood AM, a founder of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia, the peer-nominated medal is awarded by the Municipal Engineering Foundation and recognises an outstanding engineer for their dedication and contribution to local government.
In a career spanning more than 32 years, Frank has made a significant contribution to the public works industry as founding partner of consulting firm Cardno BSD, a key service provider in WA’s consulting engineering industry.
Prior to forming Cardno BSD in 1982, Frank had a successful career in local government engineering, holding positions including City Engineer for the City of Belmont. He also served as Executive Manager for the Western Australian division of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia from 1987 to 2007 and was a key figure in many of the division’s successes.