Six of Beca’s finest have presented technical papers at the 2017 Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) Conference. Held in Dunedin on 21 to 24 June, Beca was proud to present alongside other industry experts under the theme ‘Blurring the Lines – Integrating our Efforts.’
Michael McQuillan, Beca Business Director – Local Government Sector, says “We were delighted to show our continued support to the IPWEA and demonstrate our knowledge and expertise in three waters and transport infrastructure, resilience, asset management and collaborative approaches.”
“With the recent appointment of a new Managing Director, New Zealand - Darryl-Lee Wendelborn and new offices in Queenstown and Nelson, we are even better placed to make a real difference for our local clients and communities. This includes sharing our technical knowledge and experience.”
Beca’s speakers were as follows, with a link to their full papers:
- Mark Christison: Operating readiness – launching capital projects successfully in local government
- Andy Lightowler: Cycle investment in New Zealand – From famine to feast
- Rae Stewart and Patrick Gledhill: All on guard – A collaborative approach to machine guarding at Christchurch Wastewater Treatment Plant
- Dane Macky: Dudley Creek – Keeping both oars in the water
- Jack Brennan: Optioneering overload! Getting to the crux of the problem
- Marcus Gibson: How resilient is your network?
If you would like to discuss the papers above or would like to contact the presenters, contact Beca via the Contact Us page.
For further information on the conference, visit http://ipwea2017.co.nz/