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
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 5th April, 2019
Agenda: To come
RSVPs: Please rsvp for numbers and catering to: Dayna Moloney at firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 443 0418.
Keynote Presentation from the following industry experts:
Iain Rabbitts, Lutra
Iain is a Water Treatment Engineer with over 25 years experience in New Zealand and overseas. He has been involved in water treatment plant design and implementation on five continents.
Iain is on the board of Water New Zealand and was a member of the expert panel providing assistance to the Public Inquiry into Havelock North. Iain has helped shape the national thinking on water reform and speaks out about the reforms he believes are necessary to ensure that all New Zealanders have access to safe drinking water.
Iain has spoken at IPWEA events in the past and is always highly engaging.
Myles Lind, NZTA
Myles has over 20 years infrastructure management experience throughout New Zealand as well as Asia and the UK. Myles has held previous senior roles at Franklin District Council, Metrowater Limited and Watercare Services. He was recently the Commercial Manager at Queenstown Lakes District Council and has now returned to Auckland where he is employed with the NZ Transport Agency on the digital engineering and transport operating programme.
There will also be industry updates from IPWEA and presentations from around the south island.
Why should I attend?
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. Agenda to come.
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 way to connect, be inspired, discuss difficulties and learn solutions - for free! They are designed to expose us to new ideas, reinforce a sense of community in public works, and re-energise us for the task ahead!
Young IPWEA – we strongly encourage you to extend this learning opportunity to your younger team members.
Together we can build the next generation of public works professionals.
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