WSP Managing Director Property, Environment & Resources Andrew Mather said the speakers’ topics focus on how we apply innovative local solutions to tackle a key global challenge.
‘Our team delivers in areas where we can positively influence our impact through smarter precinct design, transport infrastructure, utility modelling and building and portfolio management.
‘Advances in technology are driving the green agenda across urban transformation and is challenging the traditional way we supply energy, water and other key services to the community.
‘Our national team looks forward to engaging in this critical debate and to highlighting some of our recent project solutions with our peers’ said Mr Mather.
Our Green Building Day presentations are:
- 3.40pm on Tuesday 31 May (Sydney): Richard Palmer – Innovations to Inspire - to outline urban utilities and planning levers for sustainability, based on NSW precinct developments and infrastructure projects.
- 3.40pm on Thursday 2 June (Melbourne): Brenda Kingston – Innovations to Inspire – a portfolio monitoring portal solution for building management, engagement and reporting.
- 1.20pm on Tuesday 7 June (Brisbane): Patrick Campbell – Powering Progress - alternative/private utility models for a low carbon building environment.
- 1.55pm on Thursday 23 June (Perth): Tony Watson (panel speaker) – Design Revolution - interface of transport and a low carbon built environment.