The area for the Otago/Southland Branch of IPWEA NZ is described as follows: The area covered by the Otago and Southland Regional Councils and includes the area covered by the Waitaki District Council.
Erin Moogan, Infrastructure Maintenance and Operations Manager, Queenstown Lakes District Council
We already know how valuable these meetings are – they are essentially free mini- conferences! We strongly encourage you to extend this learning opportunity to your younger team members. Bring them along and they can meet everyone, learn something new and even have the opportunity to present at future sessions. Together we can build the next generation of public works professionals.
The Next Meeting of East Coast Branch will be held on Friday 18 October 2013
Location Central Hawke's Bay
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Update your diary: next meeting - Friday 10th November, 2017
Venue: Dunstan Golf Course, O'Reilly Avenue, Clyde
Why should I attend?
Keynote presenter: Edward Guy.
Edward is a civil engineer and founder of Rationale Limited. As a member of NZ Treasury’s National Infrastructure Advisory Board Edward is uniquely placed to update branch members on the challenges and opportunities facing New Zealand infrastructure practitioners. Edward will provide insight on whether we are on the right path in terms of infrastructure management and investment.
Other great reasons: Updates will be provided by the IPWEA Board along with presentations from both government and private sector professionals from around the South Island. Keep your networks strong, be inspired, and benefit from our speakers perspectives and experiences. Oh, and work on your golf swing, and it's a free event!
Download agenda here.
||Arrivals and morning tea - sponsored by Downer
||Erin Moogan, Branch Chair
Myles Lind, IPWEA Vice President
|Welcome & Update from IPWEA
||Edward Guy, Managing Director Rationale
||IPWEA Update from BNZ Treasury’s National Infrastructure Advisory Board
As a member of the board Edward is uniquely placed to update branch members on the challenges and opportunities facing New Zealand infrastructure practitioners.
||Mark Baker, Senior Engineer - 3 Waters
||3 Waters Vulnerability - Analysis and Applications
QLDC has recently completed an analysis of its Three Waters asset vulnerability in regards to a 1 in a 1000 year earthquake event. This presentation outlines that analysis and the intended uses of the results, including the development of a resilience framework.
||NZTA NOC Contracts
Jack will be presenting to members on what’s different about the NOC model what’s worked well and what learnings there are going into next generation contracts.
||Greg Bodeker, Bodeker Scientific
Thoughts for CODC regarding Climate Change
Presentation on the work completed for CODC on Climate Change as part of the development of their Long Term Plan
||Lunch - sponsored by Downer
||Tee Off - Golf Sponsored by Downer
|| Finish, Awards, excuses and beverages at the 19th hole - Sponsored by Rationale
The benefits of staying connected with other professionals who are active in our industry are huge. Our busy workloads can sometimes leave us feeling isolated. Branch meetings are a great, low cost, way to improve productivity. They provide exposure to new ideas and re-energise us for the task ahead!
Young IPWEA – we strongly encourage you to extend this learning opportunity to your younger team members.
Please rsvp attendance and confirmation of competing in the Golf and your level of golfing ability, to : email@example.com or (03) 443 0418.
NB: Clubs are not available for hire at the venue.
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