Come and join us for FutureNet’s fourth event of 2012 –
network with young professionals and hear from your fellow peers on some
interesting projects where they have broken conventional thinking to problem
solve, open up possibilities, create opportunities, or expanded their
Registrations now open! Earlybird prices until 10 August.
Speakers will include:
a Land Use/Transport Planner from MWH Global who has been seconded to develop
and coordinate the Gold Coast City Council’s (GCCC) Active Transport Strategy.
Daniel’s presentation will focus on how he developed a trusting relationship
with GCCC officers and how this can benefit young professionals to exceed their
Tina Patrick a Senior Consultant -
Stakeholder Engagement, Parsons Brinckerhoff and Dominic Byrne a Project Manager,
Baulderstone who worked together on the Gold Coast Rapid Transit – Roadworks
South. Tina worked alongside Dominic to assist the engineering team achieve
project deliverables by reducing project impacts on the community, which, in
turn reduced the impact of the community on the project.
Resource Engineer at AECOM will discuss how her role as Co-Founder of the Power
of Engineering project has expanded her professionalism. This role has allowed
Felicity to work outside the ‘box’ of her everyday role to empower
around Queensland to develop their own teams and become inspired to make the
difference they want to see around them.
the Queensland ESD Technical Leader with ARUP will share his experiences from
his role as the Lead Building Services Engineer on the Thameside Prison (UK).
Liam played a pivotal role in achieving the world’s First BREEAM Outstanding for
a Prison building. The Prison is now able to operate with 45% of the energy
demand of a typical building and achieved an 80% reduction in carbon emissions.