Digital Project Delivery - improve collaboration, control & assurance

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Date: Wednesday, 25 July 2018 to Wednesday, 25 July 2018
Address: BRISBANE, QLD Australia
Total Price: $0.00

Technology has become increasingly important to the built environment industry as firms grapple with increasing volumes of data and the complexity of project delivery intensifies.

But what does this mean in practice? Are you still relying on old legacy systems and processes?

This session will provide insight on how technology should act as a framework to remove routine inefficiencies, increase billable hours, enhance collaboration and communication, provide data that can uncover valuable insights, and ultimately, see a design take its place on the landscape as it was intended.


  • Learn how technology can support the end-to-end project lifecycle, to ensure on time and on budget of projects
  • Focus on delivering great projects, let technology shoulder the admin load
  • Benchmark your business process


Shane Fracchia, Director, Fracchia Advisory

Shane Fracchia is a strategist and director of specialist consulting firm Fracchia Advisory.
Shane specialises in strategic design/planning, performance analysis and reporting for the professional and human services sectors. Shane has over 25 years experience across a range of industries including engineering and architectural services, aged care, defence and management consulting.

Brian Kenny, Director, Ashburner Francis

Brian is a senior electrical engineer and a Director at Ashburner Francis. Since 1985 Brian has worked in the building services field across state government and multidisciplinary engineering firms. In 1991 he joined Ashburner Francis and in 2002 relocated to Toowoomba to manage and grow that office. Brian is responsible for the configuration, implementation and roll-out of Deltek PIM within Ashburner Francis.

His diverse experience includes commercial offices, industrial plants, government facilities, shopping centres, resorts and hotels, aged care facilities and schools.

Date: Wednesday 25 July 2018
Venue: Treasury Heritage Hotel, Ryan's Private Dining Room, 130 William Street, Brisbane
Registration: 5.45 pm
Start: 6.00 pm

Cost (includes networking drinks);

$95.00 incl gst Member
$115.00 incl gst Non Member

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Terms & Conditions

  • Cancellations must be made no less than 5 working days prior to the event in order to receive a refund.
  • Replacement delegates will be accepted at any time.Please notify the event organiser of the change.
  • Events are postponed or cancelled at the discretion of Consult Australia
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