Connect with young and experienced water professionals for an exchange of ideas on the tips and traps of process plant design, commissioning and operations at the next Queensland Branch Technical Event.
Experienced Chemical Engineer, Peter Griffiths, will share his lessons learned of what does and doesn't work in this challenging field and his experiences across a range of projects. Peter will be joined by two Young Water Professionals who will ask all the questions you've ever wanted answers to and invite audience discussion. There will be an opportunity for networking following the session with canapes and drinks kindly sponsored by Aurecon.
Peter is the Director and Principal Chemical Engineer at pH Water Consultants and has spent his professional career consulting in the water and wastewater industry. His experience includes preparation of contract specifications, tender evaluation and contract administration as well as detailed design, commissioning and optimisation of wastewater treatment plants. Peter has published a number of research papers in international referred journals.
Deni is an Environment and Planning consultant who recently joined the Aurecon Water Advisory team in Brisbane. As an undergraduate, Deni developed a passion for the water industry during a placement at Urban Utilities where she worked in the trade waste team. In the following two years, Deni gained experience in Water Infrastructure, completing detailed design for pipelines and pump stations. As a Young Water Professional, Deni is keen to learn as much as possible from more experienced members of the water sector and is excited to have an open discussion about how to get the most out of a career in water.
Thomas is a Principal Water and Wastewater Engineer at Redland City Council. Throughout his career, Thomas has undertaken various roles across the full lifecycle of Water and Sewerage projects, including Infrastructure Planning, Detailed Design, and Superintendency. This experience has enabled him to provide a holistic approach to projects with a balance of well-developed technical knowledge and understanding of constructability considerations. Prior to his current role, he was the Water Infrastructure Team Lead at AECOM Rockhampton where he led a number of projects, from conveyance through to treatment for regional Local Government and Defence clients.
To learn from the experiences of a process design expert and connect with a diverse group of water professionals.
||Thursday 14 July 2022
||Registration from 5.45pm for 6:00pm
||Aurecon, 25 King Street, Bowen Hills
||Presentation, Networking, Canapes and Drinks