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  • IPWEA / AWA Stormwater Symposium - Friday 22 June 2018

    IPWEA / AWA Stormwater Symposium 
    C3 Convention Centre
    Angelsea Street, South Hobart 

    Keynote Speaker announced:
    Rod Wiese
    Managing Director & Principal Engineer of Storm Consulting, B Eng – Civil (Hons) FIEAust

    Rod has 24 years experience as a Civil/Environmental Engineer initially in State government, then in the consulting arena.  Rod formed STORM in 1997 and has since operated at a senior role to plan and deliver sustainable stormwater/drainage and wastewater solutions. Over the last few years STORM has been privileged to receive numerous Victorian, NSW and national awards for various categories in stormwater management including Stormwater Harvesting and Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD). 

    Rod is regularly invited to contribute to forums and technical discussions or deliver presentations and workshops on WSUD-related issues. He is also invited to discuss introduction of innovative stormwater management practices into various projects.  Rod also has the privilege of serving on the committee in the Victorian Chapter of the Stormwater Industry Association previously holding the positions of President & Vice President of Stormwater Victoria.
  • CPEE - Pavement Recycling & Stabilisation - July 3 2018

    This short Course is ideal for those seeking a working understanding on stabilisation and is suitable for engineers and engineering technologists, project managers and senior supervisors and operations personnel working for federal, state, or local government, consultants and contractors.

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