IPWEA NZ's Northern Branch encompasses the following regional councils: Northland, Auckland, Waikato, and Bay of Plenty; as well as the area covered by the Ruapehu District Council, and the Taupo District Council.

Branch Chairperson
Cushla Anich, Director - Morrison Low

These meetings are essentially mini-conferences!  Do extend this learning opportunity to your younger team members, and together let's build the next generation of public works professionals.  Bring them along to meet new contacts and network, learn from expert speakers, and have the opportunity to present at future sessions.  

Next meeting - Thursday 15th August

When: 10:30am - 2:00pm, Thursday 15 August 2019
Host:  Hauraki District Council
Venue: Waihi Academy, 132 Landlyst Road, RD1, Waihi
Cost:  Free (includes morning tea & lunch)
“Plus 1” mandatory requirement: Bring a colleague -seasoned or a young one (they don't have to be a member)

Download the agenda for Northern Branch Meeting - 15th August
To view the agenda please click here

RSVP:  Angie Simpson: by Monday 1 August 2019

Upcoming meetings for 2019 - please lock into your diaries.
Thursday 17th October

Archive (past meetings)

Presentations from 24 May 2019
James Hughes - Climate and Resilience Specialist - Tonkin + Taylor - Adapting Infrastructure to Climate Change
Dr Deborah Lind - Advisory Services, Harrison Grierson - Deb's Diversity Download
Photos from 24th May Branch meeting - click here

8 March 2019 - To
view the agenda - click here

Presentations from 8 March meeting
Myles Lind - IPWEA NZ Vice-President, Welcome, branch update & election
David Ward - Watercare AMP - Demonstrating Value to our customers
Andrew Chin - Our Water future - a discussion document
Jane McCarroll - Skills NZ - Managing the Generational Gap
Jon Williams, Beca - BIM - Building Information Modelling
Tom Mansell - Auckland Council) Sustainable Outcomes
Myles Lind (NZTA) - Digital Engineering for Land Transport

15 March 2018 - view agenda here.  Presentations to come.
16 November 2017 - presentations to come
27 September 2017 - presentations to come