The AECOM early professional Connect Committee invites you to join them for our annual Networking for the Future event: Building our Future with Sustainable Infrastructure

South East Queensland (SEQ), with Brisbane at its centre, is experiencing a dramatic spike in population growth and economic change. Large infrastructure projects such as Cross River Rail, Queen’s Wharf and Brisbane’s new runway are diversifying our region and enhancing our liveability and sustainability.

With the chance of a combined SEQ Olympic bid on the horizon, leading to greater economic development and infrastructure development opportunities, how do we identify, plan and prioritise this critical infrastructure with sustainability and future legacy in mind?

Join us as our industry specialists share their insights on this exciting topic at this year’s Networking for the Future event.  

Networking for the Future aims to provide early professionals with the opportunity to connect with industry leaders and other professionals, to create lasting networks and share knowledge across all levels of industry.

EVENT DETAILS

Date: Wednesday 13 November 2019 
Time: 5.30pm – 8.30pm with speakers starting at 6.00pm 
Venue: AECOM Brisbane – Level 8, 540 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley
Event Style: Canapes and drinks will be provided 
RSVP: Contact Katy Whelan at [email protected] for more information
 

About our Speakers

We are pleased to announce the following guest speakers will be presenting: 

Priscilla Radice
CEO, Infrastructure Association of Queensland (IAQ)  
Priscilla has founded her career in her unique ability to translate complex concepts into action and outcomes. In her current role, Priscilla champions IAQ’s government engagement, thought leadership and advocacy to support sustainable infrastructure in Queensland.

Priscilla has previously worked in consultancy as Head of Business Strategy for Transport & Resources in Australasia, for the Port of Brisbane as Head of Strategic Projects and in several diverse roles in the port and city place-making across NSW and WA. This diversity of roles has proven Priscilla as a leader with a proven track record in designing, implementing and leading transformational change.

Peter Edwards
Director, Archipelago
Peter is an urban designer and architect combining years of work on major projects with key involvement in urban design professional bodies and advisory panels. He has gained experience in many building typologies and their implication at the master plan level, including commercial, residential, mixed-use retail and major city buildings. Peter brings experienced urban design skills in complex mixed-use master planning.
James Rosenwax
Managing Director, Buildings & Places, ANZ, AECOM
James leads AECOM’s team of dedicated specialists who connect the best ideas and insights from across the globe and professional backgrounds to help cities overcome their challenges and build brilliant futures.

James’ philosophy is rooted in his desire to reframe the questions arising when solving the most complex challenges faced by our urban metropolises. Efficient transport, equitable access to essential infrastructure, governance and collaboration, resilience, place and connectivity are his current focus areas when optimising urban environments – after all when all these elements combine, we don’t just create smart cities; cities become visibly vibrant and delightful. They shine.

 
About the Connect Committee

The AECOM Connect Committee runs development and networking events to connect all professionals in the early stages of their career. Connect works to provide both a support network and exposure to opportunities for professional growth and accelerated development, both within AECOM and industry. To connect with more opportunities follow our Chatter page Connect ANZ.

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