Seminar on sustainable public infrastructure

Meet industry, council and community leaders who are designing and building sustainable neighbourhoods.

With the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia and others I’ll be presenting a seminar on how to build and operate sustainable public infrastructure.  The first one is in Sydney on Wednesday and Thursday 26 and 27 March. Country seminars will follow later in the year.

The seminar is called, Sustainable Public Infrastructure and you may register there.

IPWEA is going on the front foot to work with councils, elected folk and communities and engineers to get infrastructure into the sustainable mode.  CEO John Roydhouse, has already spoken to The Fifth Estate about the Institute’s initiatives in this field.

The seminar will involve a rich mix of councillors, engineers and research bodies where the focus will be on projects, leading examples from engineers and local government.  More on who will be presenting and the topics in a later post.


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