IPWEAQ conference attracts record delegates
The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia, Queensland’s State Conference is expected to attract record numbers of delegates this November.
The three-day event will be focused on collaborative engineering and will feature 12 streams of content. Some of the topic areas include integrating planning, engineering versus law, from strategy to design and robust project outcomes.
“Thirty-six councils from across Queensland will be represented this year, together with 52 organisations that supply and contribute to the public works sector,” said IPWEAQ Chief Executive Officer Leigh Cunningham.
“Delegates who attend our conferences are responsible for delivering the projects we need every day – our roads, bridges, dams, community centres and stadiums. They are specialists who have dedicated their career to making Queensland great.”
The conference will run from Tuesday, 8 November until Thursday, 10 November at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Excellence Awards Gala Dinner will take place on 9 November.
A total of 15 awards will be presented to councils and individuals who have excelled in their field delivering best practice and innovation in public works projects across Queensland.
For more information about the gala dinner or the conference, visit: https://ipweaq.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/ipwea-queensland-conference-2016/ipweaqconference2016.
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