This speed networking session will allow delegates to introduce themselves and swap business cards with other conference attendees.
Unearthing a Vertical City: The Southbank by Beulah Competition
Adelene Teh, Executive Director/Co-Founder, Beulah International
The Green Spine: Future-Proofing Melbourne
Jan Schellhoff, Associate Director, UNStudio, Netherlands
Going Green: Sustainable Skyscrapers and the Challenges Surrounding their Inception
435 Bourke Street: Redefining the Melbourne Skyline
Cian Davis, Director, Bates Smart
3 World Trade Center – Revitalising New York City
John McElgunn, Partner, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, UK
Vincom Landmark 81: The Tallest Skyscraper in Vietnam
Jason Hutchings, Director, Atkins, Hong Kong
Refurbishing Australia’s First Skyscraper: 33 Alfred Street
Matthew Morel, Director, JPW
Paperless jobsites, it’s not the future, it’s here! And as we enter 2019, the future of construction in Australia looks bright. Output in the industry is set to grow by 7.1% in Australia alone. Importantly, there are opportunities for businesses to realise significant performance improvements if they can adopt new technology and make full use of digital tools on the jobsite.
PlanGrid will provide insights into some of Australia's most iconic Buildings & Skyscrapers that are using digital technology in the field for better collaboration, reducing spiralling construction costs and less rework.
Scott Harvey, Regional Sales Manager, PlanGrid
The Developer and the Skyscraper: Where Have we Been, and Where are we Going?
*Danny Flynn, Managing Director, Stable Properties
Engineering High-Rises Smartly and Innovatively
Matteo Tirapelle, Founder/Managing Director, Hera Engineering
Technology and the Skyscraper: Opportunities, Changes, Challenges
Ray Brown, Managing Director, Architectus
COCKTAIL NETWORKING FUNCTION
This speed networking session will allow delegates to introduce themselves and swap business cards with other summit attendees.
Passive House High-Rises
Chris Nunn, Head of Sustainability, Real Estate, AMP Capital
Can Skinny Skyscrapers Transform City Precincts?
Dylan Brady, Conductor, Decibel Architecture
Melbourne Square: Connecting the Structure to the Precinct
Paul Curry, Director, Cox Architecture
Vertical Workplaces: Shaping the Way Organisations Operate
Abbie Galvin, Principal, BVN
Integrated Engineering for Highly Constrained High-Rise Developments
*Marc Colella, Industry Director, Building Structures Practice Lead – AUS/NZ, AECOM
The Importance of Collaboration in Fostering Effective Design Outcomes
Amanda Stanaway, Principal, Woods Bagot
Angela Ferguson, Managing Director, Futurespace
David Stewart, Executive Director, WT Partnership
Ray Marshall, Principal, ARM Architecture
Seetha Poduri, Senior Engineer, WSP Australia & New Zealand
The Healthier the Building, the Healthier the Tenant?
Cameron Dymond, Associate Principal/Regional Property Leader, Arup
Rethinking Tall Building Fire Safety for the Future
Mark Evans, Associate & Fire Engineering Leader, Aurecon
Building Code Changes and Their Impact on Skyscraper Façade Design
A number of landmark changes to the National Construction Code have recently been announced – what impact does this have on façade design for high-rise buildings?
How do we, as design professionals, refine the way we design facades amongst these changes, and yet still create quality, safe, and aesthetically pleasing building envelopes?
David Ritter, Associate Director, Atelier Ten
Building Safer, Developing Smarter: High-Rises of the Future
Crown Sydney from an Engineer's Perspective
Simon Cloherty, Principal, Robert Bird Group
How the Past of the Skyscraper Can Inform the Present
Dr Giorgio Marfella, Lecturer in Construction Management and Architecture, University of Melbourne
Vertical Retirement Villages: Connecting to a City’s Broader Technical Infrastructure
Dr David Tuffley, Senior Lecturer in Applied Ethics & SocioTechnical Studies, Griffith University
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