WPMA in association with Property Council NZ
Invite you to register for the upcoming meetings!
Join us for drinks and canapés as we hear from an international developer and a panel of industry experts who will discuss the use of engineered wood products (EWP) in construction and development across the ditch.
Our keynote speaker, Daryl Patterson, Head of Operational Excellence at Lend Lease, is responsible for overseeing operational performance for the company across Australia.
Lend Lease is one of the world’s best-known multinational property developers, with operations in over 40 countries and more than 11,000 employees across the globe.
Lend Lease has a strong focus on sustainability, nature and responsible use of materials, meaning EWP has been a popular product in the development of some of their major projects, including the recently completed Forte which is the world’s largest apartment building of its kind.
Daryl’s presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with industry experts who will answer any technical questions relating to EWP in construction.
When: 14th March 2017
Where: Christchurch Club, 154 Worcester St, Christchurch
Time: 4.00 – 6.00pm
The Christchurch Rego form can be found here: Cost $45+GST for members
Expert Panel – Christchurch:
Julian Addington – Structural Engineer – Engco
Thomas Kaestner – Project Director – Naylor Love
Bernie O’Fagan – RM Designs
When: 16th March 2017
Where: Pullman Hotel, Cnr Princes St & Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland CBD
Time: 4.00 – 6.00pm
The Auckland Rego form can be found here: Cost $45+GST for members
Expert Panel – Auckland:
Mike Newcombe – Senior Structural Engineer – Enovate
Keith Ballagh – Acoustics Engineer – Marshall Day Acoustics
Harriet Peel – Fire Engineer – Olsson Fire
Kevin Stanley – Stanley Construction
Daiman Otto – Director – Tall Wood
Register now! Complete the details above and email to email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: THERE WILL BE LIMITED SPACE SO IT’S ON A FIRST IN BASIS.
We look forward to seeing you at this event.
Dr Jon Tanner
CEO – WPMA