Association of Consulting Surveyors NSW State Conference

Thursday, 03 August 2017

Importance of technology

·         Most transport and infrastructure projects are being delivered in the complex and constrained brownfield environment.

·         They require new (and innovative) tools to drive project outcomes.

·         New and emerging technologies are rapidly transforming the way survey and site investigations are done.

·         These technologies have had a clear impact on the Transport cluster.

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Concrete Institute of NSW

Friday, 21 July 2017

Good morning and thank you for the opportunity to speak to you about the exciting, present and future infrastructure projects in

Firstly, I would like to congratulate all the nominees and their commitment to concrete technology and practice in NSW.

As the number one construction economy in Australia, NSW boasts a broad range of transport and infrastructure projects, all requiring the use of concrete to achieve these state-of-the-art structures.

Sydney has around five million people, and projected to grow to more than eight million by 2056.

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Game On

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Madam Speaker,

I rise in the House today to speak in support of the funding and installation of a synthetic playing field in my electorate.

After meeting with a large number of representatives from a wide range of sporting codes I am convinced that a synthetic field will provide increased playing opportunities and improve player safety and well-being.

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Diabetes NSW & ACT

Monday, 15 May 2017

Goo evening and welcome to tonight’s gala dinner.

On behalf of the NSW Government I am delighted to be here and to support this important occasion.

Living with and managing type 1 diabetes is a demanding, frustrating and stressful job and it is particularly challenging for parents of young children and teenagers.

I can’t imagine the blow it must be to receive the news of a type 1 diagnoses.

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