Thought Leaders Share Insight

AE Smith thought leaders invited to share insight at energy and building related conferences in Melbourne and Sydney

24 Jun 2013
 

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Highlight the significant dividends close collaboration between contractor and design teams brings to trigeneration projects by ensuring all team members understand the underlying principles of the challenge they confront together

AE Smith National Engineering Manager, Leigh Graham (pictured above) has been invited to speak at the All-Energy Australia Conference in Melbourne this October.

Leigh’s presentation titled, “The power dividend generated when contractor and designer collaborate on Australia’s largest trigeneration system in a hospital and research facility” will be delivered jointly with Floth Sustainable Building Consultants National Managing Director, Glenn Ralph. Floth is responsible for design. AE Smith is responsible for installation and commissioning of the trigeneration system at the $1.5 billion Queensland Children’s Hospital in Brisbane.

Their presentation will highlight the significant dividends close collaboration between contractor and design teams brings to trigeneration projects by ensuring all team members understand the underlying principles of the challenge they confront together.

In September, National Sustainability Engineer, David Odd (pictured below) has also been invited to present at the Retrofit & Refurb Conference in Sydney.

David will talk about alternative maintenance practices to maintain and improve NABERS ratings including risk mitigation strategies, energy management, condition based maintenance and plant optimisation.

All-Energy Australia
(Melbourne, 9-10 Oct 2013) is an annual B2B conference and networking forum hosted alongside an exhibition showcasing renewable energy, clean energy, sustainable transport and energy efficiency.

Retrofit & Refurb
(Sydney, 24-25 Sep 2013) conference will target key challenges and solutions that have successfully improved building performance, as well as creating an attractive and comfortable environment for workers that will ultimately drive down costs and increase workplace productivity.