VIC Branch Tech Event | LESSONS LEARNT

VIC Branch Tech Event | LESSONS LEARNT
Hear from experienced water professionals; sharing freely where they've had projects not quite go according to plan and how they responded to such situations to still come out with a good project results.

Purpose of the event

Not every project goes according to plan. And that is OK, as long as you fix it and learn from it. Come along and learn about project issues, how they were fixed, and what we would have been done if we had our time again.

Where: Cardno, level 4 at 501 Swanston Street, Melbourne
When: Thursday 17 May from 5:45 - 8:30pm
Cost: $40 Members or Employees of Corporate Members, $70 Non-Members

Registrations close Monday 14 May at 4pm.

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Our MC
Luke van Rheenen | a Civil Engineer working with CMP Consulting Group.

Our speakers

Alesha Printz | Senior Project Manager, Melbourne Water / President Engineers Australia (Vic).
Alesha will be sharing information about a 1:100yr storm, failed risk mitigation and a ‘floating’ emergency storage tank.

Steve Nye | Regional Leader, Calibre with over 35 years consulting engineering experience across Australia and Asia-Pacific.
Steve will be talking about the importance of thinking “outcome” over task as an engineer.

Nicole Neal
Asia Pacific Environment & Sustainability Director, Cardno and ISCA’s 2017 Individual Leadership in Sustainability Award Winner.
Nicole will be sharing an example from New Zealand, involving main sewer relocation, concrete and what happens when the appropriate checks are not carried out!

Paul Louws
Recently retired Civil Engineer with over 40 years of experience in the Victorian Water Industry.Paul has worked for Melbourne Water, City West Water and Western Water.
Paul will be sharing some very interesting experiences during his career where valuable lessons not to be forgotten, were learnt.

Claire Quinlan
Associate Principal and Highways Business Leader for Victoria, Arup.
Claire will talk about how team performance can be impacted when things go wrong on projects and the importance of managing and motivating your greatest asset (people) to turn things around.

Mel Collett
Director of Technical Practices for Civil Infrastructure in Australia and New Zealand, AECOM.
Mel will be sharing some experiences of what can go wrong in the planning phase of a project and when you should get the lawyers involved.

Greg Chalmers
Director, CMP Consulting Group. Greg will present on a Contractor who decided to reduce project costs by using thinned walled stainless steel piping on a pump suction, and how a simple 2 minute calculation could have predicted the outcome.

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17/05/2018 6:00 PM - 17/05/2018 8:30 PM

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