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Future Green Leaders LIVE - Innovators of Tomorrow

Innovation is more than simply having a good idea. Innovation is turning these good ideas into practical solutions that shape our future.

In the next edition of Future Green Leaders LIVE, we’re getting together with some of the industry’s top innovators in technology and construction to show you how it can be done.

Hear from two professionals already working in the industry and one student with a big idea for the future, and then join a structured speed-networking session to mix and mingle with other Future Green Leaders and industry professionals.

Speakers 

  • Will Rayward-Smith, Clean Technology Leader, Laing O’Rourke Innovation Centre
    Will works within Laing O’Rourke’s dedicated innovation team and founded SunSHIFT, a modular re-deployable photovoltaic solution for off-grid and emergency power generation.
  • Matt Kelly, Sustainability Manager Construction, Mirvac
    Matt is an innovation expert in prefab and modular construction and is working on new ways to deliver better construction solutions.
  • Bella Basaglia, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Engineering & IT, UTS
    Bella is a PhD student who specialises in structural timber engineering, which is one of UTS's research strengths via their Centre for Building Infrastructure Research.

Plus we will also be announcing the winner of the Future Green Leader of the Year award. 

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Tickets

  • Future Green Leader / $25.00
    FGL Only
  • Future Green Leader - Bring a Friend / $25.00
    FGL Only

When

Tue 22 Sep 2015 5:15pm - 7:00pm

CPD Points

2 Green Star CPD point(s).

Location

Laing O’Rourke, Engineering Excellence Group, Level 2, 97 Rose Street, Chippendale
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