CIA NSW Industry Breakfast - Circular Economy

Wednesday 17 July 2024
7:15am - 10:30am (UTC+10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Kirribilli Club
11 Harbourview Crescent, Lavender Bay, NSW 2060
Face-to-Face
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Event Summary

Don't miss out on the upcoming 2024 CIA NSW Industry Breakfast - Circular Economy. At the CIA's conference in Perth last year, sustainability and the circular economy were the key talking points. Moving towards a circular economy in the concrete construction industry is essential for there to be real change in sustainability but it will require significant change in how we specify, design, supply and construct in the future.

This year’s CIA NSW Industry Breakfast will focus on these key aspects, and there is none better than our keynote speaker, Davina Rooney, CEO of the Green Building Council of Australia, to address our delegates on where and how we can start to see these changes.

This year’s breakfast will also be supported by the CIA NEXGen and CIA Women in Concrete groups in NSW. Liam Martin from UTS, will present on behalf of the CIA NEXGen group, and Karen Amery from Sika, and President of ACRA, will represent the CIA Women in Concrete. Both presentations will include details on what sustainability in the concrete construction means in their space.

The CIA NSW Industry Breakfast is an annual highlight on our event calendar, so be sure to register early. You can also book tables of 8 for you and your colleagues.

Program
7.15am     Registration
7.45am     Welcome, Introduction and Awards
8.00am     Keynote Presentation - TBC
8.30am     Q&A Forum
8.45am     TBC
9.45am     Networking
10.30am   Close

Registration
$110.00   CIA Member
$ 55.00   CIA Retired Member & CIA Student Member
$140.00  Non Member
$800.00 Table of 8


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Presenters

Davina Rooney, Chief Executive Officer, Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA)
A property professional with a passion for sustainability, Davina has led the Green Building Council of Australia since 2019. As a qualified engineer, Davina worked on large-scale construction projects in Sydney and London, and spent nearly a year building an award-winning school in the Himalayas. She devoted a decade to driving sustainability at one of Australia’s largest diversified property companies, Stockland, which culminated in Stockland’s recognition as the world’s most sustainable property company. Davina is on the Board of Evolve Housing and the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council, as well as Chairing the Sustainable Procurement Roundtable for the Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre.

Karen Amery, Specification Consultant - Sika and President - ACRA
Karen has 25 years’ experience in construction solutions and providing project specific technical advice to ensure that structures reach their intended design at each stage of the project life cycle from new to refurbishment. Karen has a track record working a diverse range of local projects including multi-residential buildings, aggressive industrial environments and infrastructure. She holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons), Master of Business and Commerce (Dist) and is the current President of the board of ACRA (Australasian Concrete-Repair & Remedial Association).



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Annual Sponsors

Special thanks to our CIA NSW Annual Sponsors for their support throughout the year.
If you are interested in CIA NSW Annual Sponsorship, please email nsw@concreteinstitute.com.au.

              

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