Auckland | Women In Property Power Panel

4:30pm Wednesday, 17 October 2018
7:00pm Wednesday, 17 October 2018
Educational
B:HIVE, Smales Farm
72 Taharoto Road Takapuna
Auckland, Auckland 0622
New Zealand

Auckland Infrastructure and Intensification: Myths and Facts

Come along to hear from our Power Panel at the B:HIVE, a new build at Smales Farm, as they will be discussing the effects of intensification on Auckland’s infrastructure including;

  • Development challenges
  • Water, wastewater and transport challenges
  • Environmental and sustainability

This panel of infrastructure leaders will delve into some of the myths and facts associated with this complex topic. You will hear from each speaker on their area of expertise, followed by a panel discussion and an opportunity to ask questions.

Men and women welcome. Property Council New Zealand is committed to an industry which leverages diversity to drive success. Please consider this when registering participants for this event.


Facilitator

Dale Paice 

Technical Director - Civil Engineering, Beca

Dale is a Civil Engineer and Technical Director at Beca. She is also the Manger of a Development Infrastructure team – a group of Surveyors and Civil Engineers who work across Auckland (and further afield) to investigate, design and support the construction of infrastructure. Dale’s specialty is stormwater management. Her recent projects have focussed on catering for growth and regeneration within urban Auckland, considering things like flood risk and water quality effects from intensified development. A recent highlight has been working with HLC on a programme to optimise Auckland’s state housing assets.


Panel Speakers

 

Sarah Sinclair 

Chief Engineer, Auckland Council

Sarah Sinclair is Chief Engineer of Auckland Council, managing Engineering and Technical Services, and currently Acting Director of Auckland Emergency management. Sarah contributes to several governance bodies, across infrastructure, diversity and resilience, to make the infrastructure industry more innovative, sustainable and welcoming. Sarah is one of 35 women fellows of Engineering NZ, and a recent recipient of their MacLean Citation for exceptional and distinguished service.

Aimee Barwick

Advisory Sector Lead New Zealand, Mott MacDonald

Aimee is the Advisory Sector Leader for Mott MacDonald in New Zealand and has over 16 years’ experience in land use planning, transport and delivery of large scale local government infrastructure projects. With extensive project management and multi-disciplinary team leadership experience on multiple projects from inception through to construction, Aimee understands the importance of transitioning and applying strategic concepts into actual infrastructure delivery and the challenges this presents. She has played a key role in significant housing, transport and wider infrastructure investments – leading to significant changes in funding and delivery models as a result of her work with Auckland Council through the Housing Infrastructure Fund and more recently working with Crown Infrastructure Partners.

Aimee values collaboration and integrative thinking. As a project director, she leads by example, sets a clear vision and equips multi-disciplinary teams with the tools and environment to deliver on that vision. Aimee understands the link between project success and strong working relationships with internal and external clients and builds a project environment where all participants can work together to achieve success by drawing on a wide range of technical expertise and thought leaders to deliver great outcomes.

Viv Heslop 

Head of Sustainability, Auckland Transport

Viv is a passionate sustainability practitioner with a specific focus on how we live, where we live + how we move. To advance this passion she has been involved in behaviour change work, led the delivery of sustainable development at Wynyard Quarter, developed the sustainability agenda for Panuku Development Auckland and is now the Head of Transport Sustainability at Auckland Transport. In her current role she is tasked with amplifying the sustainability agenda and guiding the organisation to play its part in addressing some of the key challenges and opportunities for Auckland’s transport system.

Ilze Gotelli                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Major Developments Manager, Watercare Services Limited

Ilze Gotelli is Major Developments Manager at Watercare Services Limited. She has worked in the New Zealand water sector for ten years.  Currently, she is responsible for managing Watercare’s engagement with large-scale housing developers and Watercare’s largest commercial customers.  In this capacity, she is proactively involved in the dialogue on infrastructure requirements to service Auckland’s growth and housing requirements.  Prior to this role, she was Environmental Planning Manager, responsible for leading Watercare’s inputs to the Auckland Unitary Plan. She also led Watercare’s involvement in Council and Government led initiatives on growth and development, providing input on the infrastructure aspects of servicing growth in Auckland.  Before joining Watercare, Ilze was an international consultant working on water supply and sanitation, electricity, and other infrastructure projects and has worked in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

 

 


Registration

Ticket prices

  Price 
 Members (50% discount) $45.00
 Non-members $90.00

All prices exclude 15% GST.


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Event timings

Registration4:30pm
Panel Discussion5:00pm
Finish7.00pm

                 

 

 

Special thanks to our Women In Property Event Series Sponsor

                                                                        

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