The IPWEA NSW & ACT State Conference is held annually and runs for two days. The aim for the conference is to bring together public works engineers, individuals and companies that work within the municipal works sector to network, share knowledge and be recognised.
The theme for this years conference was #CelebratingSuccess and covered public works events across NSW & ACT. This conference was highly anticipated by all, with the chance to enjoy some face to face interaction… something we have all missed out on over the last couple of years.
Delegates were greeted with informative presentations by Local and State Government, live demonstrations, social events and networking areas for exhibitors. It was a great opportunity for the ESP team to discuss the current challenges within the Tactile Ground Surface Indicator market and the solutions that ESP are able to offer to overcome these challenges.
Overall, the ESP team had a great time exhibiting at this event, showcasing our latest products and discussing benefits to the community in the field of DDA compliance, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators & Stair Nosing.
Image (above) – ESP exhibitors Mat & Taylor on the ESP stand at Parliament House to discuss the importance of Tactile Ground Surface Indicators and the benefits of ESP’s Access® Tile TGSI’s.
A diverse range of delegates include works officers, maintenance staff, managers, directors, engineers, technical officers from NSW & ACT and who work within local and state government.
Individuals and businesses that work within the municipal works sector.
What is IPWEA?
IPWEA is an acronym that stands for ‘Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia’. They are the peak association for the professionals who deliver public works and engineering services to communities in Australia and New Zealand. IPWEA provides services to it’s members and advocacy on their behalf.
There are currently more than 4,750 IPWEA members and have an online community of more than 30,000.
Images (above) – Delegates exploring the trade booths of the Great Hall, Parliament House – IPWEA NSW & ACT State Conference
Image (above) – Parliament House, Canberra (Conference Location)