PrefabAUS is pleased to announce the latest industry leaders appearing at the 2015 ‘Industry Transformation’ conference.

This year’s conference, held on September 14,15 and 16, brings together some of the world’s foremost thinkers across the prefabrication sector.

John Wardle, founder and principal at John Wardle Architects, will present on the widely celebrated Melbourne School of Design, following the building’s recent transformation incorporating prefabricated design aspects.

Guests of the conference will be given a tour of The Melbourne School of Design and discover the fascinating process behind its conception.

Laurice Temple, CEO of The National Association of Women in Construction, will speak about the future of the construction industry and how transformation within the industry will create better and more sustainable practice.

Rob Colquhoun, managing director of Prebuilt, will speak to the benefits prefab construction can bring to key infrastructure sectors such as education.

Joining them is Peter Healy of Precast, Andrew Nieland of Lend Lease, Adrian Fratelle of Fratelle Group, Matt Rumbelow of Th!nk BIM, Andrew Bradley of ICN, and many more.

Tickets to the conference are selling fast. The event includes additional national and international keynote speakers, project case studies, workshops, panels and optional site visits to explore best practice today and opportunities for innovation in the near future.

We invite you to be part of this important conversation on prefab design, construction, manufacturing, and delivery.

Location

The University of Melbourne, Parkville VIC 3010

Partner Hotel – The Larwill Studio – quote ‘Prefab’ for 20 per cent discount off best rate
See orange box above for discount details.

Dates

Monday 14 September (Optional site tour conference event)
10:30am-4:30pm (approximately)

Tuesday 15 September
8:00am: Registration
8:30am-5:00pm: Conference
5:00pm-7:00pm: Networking drinks

Wednesday 16 September
8:00am: AGM for PrefabAUS Members.
9:00am-5:00pm: Conference

For more information and to book: http://www.trybooking.com/146269