Sustainability In Public Works Conference 2014

74 Entries
 
 
3 years ago

By Matthew Brennan

To demonstrate the benefits of applying the Infrastructure Sustainability (IS) Rating Scheme to the design phase of a sewage treatment plants upgrade project.

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In ...

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3 years ago

By John Martin

Sustainable communities are places where people are actively involved working together to apply creative and innovative solutions to the challenges presented by external ...

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3 years ago

By Adriana Sanchez



The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) showed that, in 2004, owners and operations managers bore two thirds of the total industry cost ...

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3 years ago

By Carol Boyle



Cities and towns across NZ are developing plans and strategies for long term visions of their urban centres. Following the global trend, these visions embrace ...

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3 years ago

By Peter Higgs



The 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes have resulted in significant costs to New Zealand as a whole. Some of these costs relate to uninsured losses for infrastructure ...

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3 years ago

By Glynn Ricketts & Mark Griffin



This abstract describes the functional design of a stormwater harvesting, treatment, storage and distribution system in Oaklands Park, in the ...

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3 years ago

By Dan Stevens & Josiah Simmonds

As we focus our minds on sustainability and effectively managing and developing our public assets for future generations, it is important that we ...

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3 years ago

By Rick Walters



Introduction

This paper introduces and presents the newly revised IS rating scheme category ‘Climate Change Management’. This revision was undertaken as part ...

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3 years ago

By Anna Scott



Stage one of the Gold Coast light rail project is a city changing infrastructure project that integrated new and existing transport systems to provide more sustainable ...

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