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Innovation Bites 12 Feb

Innovation Bites 12 Feb

Enjoy 15min quick-fire presentation, followed by a 25min discussion where you get an opportunity to pose your questions to our guest speaker.

CPD points available. All registrants will receive a replay link to the recording, including absentees. Absentees are still eligible for CPD points on completion of viewing the replay recording.

Date/time: 12 Feb 2019 12:15-1pm

Topic leader: David Chandler from Western Sydney University.

David Chandler OAM FAIB , graduated in Building Science at UNSW. He has extensive construction industry experience across the Australian and Asia Pacific markets. David was a foundation member of the Project Management Institute in Australia. He has led a range of reviews and reports into construction in the Australia's construction industry. He was awarded an Order of Australia Medal in 1989 for services to the industry. His interests follow developments in construction methods, innovation, learning, productivity and the effects of industrialisation and globalisation in construction across these markets. He is a leader of insights into Modern Methods of Construction and Enterprises. He is regularly engaged to advise on public and private project procurement and delivery. He advises enterprises and mentors young constructors on how they may prepare for, and embrace the many new opportunities that the modern construction era will offer. He is the Industry Engagement Lead for the c4SMC initiative in the Construction Management program at Western Sydney University.


PrefabNZ, the heart of innovative construction, are over-the-moon to offer an engaging series of bite-sized webinars to benefit you and your enterprise -- wherever you are.

Providing informal yet informative snappy 45-minute lunchtime learning webinars, held every two weeks on Tuesdays. A new expert introduced every session.

Innovation Bites are open and free for PrefabNZ Members and Cluster whanau organisation Members (NZGBC, NZIA, ADNZ, NZIQS, BOINZ, EngineeringNZ).

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