Sharing Expertise to Help Liveable Communities Thrive at Ozwater 16
In Melbourne this week, three eminent WSP water specialists will share their expertise at Ozwater’16.
WSP General Manager for Water, Dean Toomey said the speaker’s topics show the depth of the company’s water capabilities and its innovative work.
‘Our team supports clients to deliver a diverse range of water infrastructure projects in communities across the country.
‘From asset management and optimisation in Queensland, to flood protection and urban renewal in New South Wales, and to the creation of potable water in communities in Tasmania.
‘We are constantly expanding our capabilities with new knowledge and highly-skilled people – as you will see at Ozwater’16,’ said Mr Toomey.
The Ozwater’16 presentations are:
1:15pm on Tuesday 10 May: Geoffrey Frost – The use of hollow fibre nanofiltration for treatment of coloured surface water.
10:45am on Wednesday 11 May: Anthony Domanti – Improving system operability and benefits of asset re-use – the Alfred Street Pump Station Upgrade Project. This is followed by a poster presentation on Learning from Pump Witness Testing – a German experience.
4:00pm on Wednesday 11 May: Nick Taylor – Green Square: protecting communities and enabling urban renewal through effective flood risk management.
On from 10-12 May, Ozwater ’16 is Australia’s international water conference and exhibition. See www.ozwater.org