Programme

The draft programme follows and is subject to change.  Current as at 13 January

Wednesday 17 June 
0930 - 1230Tour summary / Professional Development Session for new professionals.
Tour 1: Harbourside shared path tour
Tour 2: Central City and Waterfront Development
Tour 3: Ross Creek Reservoir Refurbishment
1230Registration open
1300Welcome /Opening
1345 - 1445Keynote: NEXT: Thriving in the Decade of Disruption. Matt Church
1445 - 1515Afternoon Tea
1515 - 1600Young Leaders Report - 2019
U 35 Presentations - Three mini presentations
Leveraging wellbeing outcomes through procurement and partnerships.
Chris Barton
A multi-generational work force – the future is bright.
Jessie Winter
The bold story of a young engineer and the ailing Mangaweka bridge. Camiel van Schoonhoven
1600 - 1715Hynds Pipe Systems Presentations. Three presentations will be advised 1 Apr 2020
1715 - 1815Hynds Pipe Systems Happy Hour
1900 - 2300HEB Market night
Thursday 18 June 
0830 - 0925Keynote: Update on the Economy. Kevin Stirrat
0925 - 0940IPWEA Australasia update
0940 - 0950American Public Works Assn (APWA) Update
0950 - 1010Keynote: Jennings Randolph International Fellow
1010 - 1030IPWEA NZ Excellence Awards finalists
1035 - 1105Morning Tea
1105 - 1305Concurrent Session One
Four concurrent sessions
1305 - 1405Lunch
1405 - 1500Concurrent Session Two
Four concurrent sessions
1500 - 1530Afternoon Tea
1530 - 1700Concurrent Session Three
Four concurrent sessions
1900 - 0000IPWEA NZ Conference Awards Dinner
Friday 19 June 
0730 - 0830Enjoy a light breakfast in the Exhibition Hall
0830 - 0845Keynote: Update from the NZ Infrastructure Commission. Jon Grayson
0845 - 1030Panel: Being Bold: our Future Workforce A mini presentation will then be followed by a Panel including Susan Freeman-Greene, Pete Hodgson, Peter Silcock and Jon Grayson
1030 - 1100Morning Tea
1100 - 1230Concurrent Session Four - Four concurrent streams
1230 - 1330Lunch
1330 - 1350IPWEA NZ President's update Myles Lind
1350 - 1435Keynote: How Science, Engineering and the Community can work together to deliver on climate change. Professor Juliet Gerrard
1435 - 1445Close