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Grant is a proud descendant of the Gumbayyngir and Biripi nations of Northern NSW and currently holds positions as Director and Co-Founder of Jabin Group, a wholly Indigenous owned and managed Engineering Consulting, Project Management and Construction Services company; holds the honour of being the inaugural chairman of the Indigenous Engineers Group within Engineers Australia and is the CEO of Deadly Coders – a Indigenous managed not-for-profit on a mission to ignite learning and career pathways in STEM to Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander primary and secondary students. Grant also sits as a director and advisor for RRAD Communities, an educational non-profit organisation servicing communities around the Lockyer Valley and broader Queensland for youth and disadvantaged youth and is part of GPT Group’s indigenous Advisory board for their community engagement and project developments through Australia

Grant has worked across a wide range of projects and disciplines within the engineering field starting out as a Structural Engineer in his early career then moving into the areas of Façades where he has gained extensive experience in ESD, Design Management, Procurement and Fabrication, working in  both site contractor/construction roles and professional consulting  whilst working on local and international projects within government, aviation, defence, residential and commercial sectors.

In August 2023 Grant was awarded the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology Kernot Medal based on extensive achievements in a wide range of projects and disciplines within the engineering field and dedication to the mentoring and strategic development for youth within the community and Indigenous people with an engineering background.

Further to Grant’s work he helps to mentor young indigenous engineers and looks to develop the Indigenous Engineers Group into a group that provides support, networking and developmental opportunities for current and future Indigenous Engineers.