For over a decade, the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (NSW Division) has steered the conversation across the Engineering industry through the annual Regional Forums.
These Forums create an exceptional platform for local Public Works professionals to collaborate on upcoming projects whilst providing invaluable networking opportunities. Since their inception, the Regional Forums have educated numerous local professionals, provided innovative solutions to contemporary issues as well as assisted in bringing cost-effective solutions to all corners of New South Wales.
The IPWEA NSW Regional Forums are one day, seminar style events that are held within different towns across New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. The Events Team will travel the state between Monday, 24th February and Friday, 3rd April visiting 12 unique towns aspiring to connect local communities. The 2020 Regional Forums will take place in Ballina, Nambucca Heads, Nelson Bay, Blayney, Warren, Armidale, Griffith Bungendore, Bega, Bowral, Warwick Farm and Manly. For full dates and venue information please visit www.ipweansw.org/regional-forums.
Each Regional Forum begins with an opening address provided by the local Member of Parliament or Mayor and is followed by a comprehensive, engaging, topical program. Partners and suppliers to the Public Works industry formally present,share their experiences, discuss emerging challenges, provide insights into upcoming projects and showcase their latest products/technologies.
The IPWEA NSW Regional Forums attract and connect over 500 delegates each year. These events are open to the general public and are of particular interest to Engineers, Public Works Managers, Supervisors, Consulting Engineers, Technical Staff Councillors,Group Managers, Contractors, Directors of Infrastructure and Engineering as well as Engineering and City Services Cadets.
If you would like further information on attending or presenting, please contact IPWEA NSW Events & Admin Coordinator – Siana Cairns on email@example.com or (02) 8267 3013
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