We have 44 amazing speakers in the mix for #Navigatingthefuture, which takes place in just two weeks.
An intriguing discussion on the state of civil construction and roadmarking in New Zealand is planned, including a panel of senior industry leaders scheduled to analyse the results of the annual Construction Industry Survey. We also have the Leader of the Opposition Hon. Simon Bridges, the Minister of Transport Hon. Phil Twyford and Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick.
Find out how to make the best technology choices from Andrew Radcliffe and Richard Cumins. Join us for a workshop on construction sustainability from Regan Burke of ICB Retaining & Construction, who masterminded CivilShare to re-purpose construction waste at a profit. We also have small business sessions, workshops on trench shoring and roadworker safety, and the launch of the updated Code of Practice for the Safe Handling of Bituminous Materials – a key publication for the industry.
Hear from Charlie Taylor of Taylors Contracting, who took his business solar and reaped the rewards. Hear from Anthony Green and John Henare of Wilson Earthmoving, who have founded a virtual reality training school for excavator operators with support from the Provincial Growth Fund.
We have awesome presentations on road safety planned, including Dr Hamish Mackie on managing competing demands on our roads, Simon Douglas of the Automobile Association on communication of safe speeds, and presentations from Grant Bosma, Barry Bignell, Fabian Marsh and and Dr Jared Thomas on safe intersections and road safety outcomes.
We have careers covered by Peter Doake of the Inzone Careers Coach and Jamie Kissock of the Ministry of Social Development. We have technology covered by drone operators, trenchless pipeline installers and video game creators. And of course our keynote speakers New Zealander of the Year Mike King, City Rail Link Chief Executive Dr Sean Sweeney, master communicator Shayne Thompson and BNZ Chief Economist Tony Alexander.
In short, we have something for everyone. Make sure you’re there and don’t miss civil construction and roadmarking’s event of the year!