WIN Waikato, in partnership with WSP Opus and Fulton Hogan, warmly invite you to visit the almost complete Huntly Section of the Waikato Expressway. Find out how the Expressway will provide a much needed transport upgrade for the Waikato community, and assist in significantly reducing travel times between our main centres. Hear about what our talented women engineers, ecologists, landscape architects, project managers and digger drivers have done in this environmentally significant and challenging project.
Infrastructure New Zealand is delighted to invite you to an Infrastructure Delegation Briefing Session ahead of our departure to Asia mid-March. At this briefing session we will;
Following the Briefing Session, the delegation has been kindly invited to a Welcome and Networking Function at the private residence of the Chinese Consul General, Xu Erwen. A bus will be provided to transport all delegates from the Russell McVeagh offices on Shortland St to the Welcome Function, in Epsom, Auckland.
We strongly encourage you to attend these events to ensure you are fully briefed on the delegation prior to departure.
Each year, Infrastructure New Zealand leads a delegation of senior public and private sector leaders overseas to explore new ideas and approaches to delivering infrastructure. In March 2019, we are pleased to announce that we will be travelling to Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai to investigate:
Infrastructure New Zealand delegations are targeted at CEO and GM level management of public and private sector organisations. They are designed to provide an opportunity for industry leaders to interface with global peers, share knowledge and experience, build relationships and create a cohort of strategic leaders in infrastructure planning, funding and delivery across New Zealand. Delegation outline:
Sunday 17 March
Delegation welcome dinner and briefing
Monday-Tuesday 18 - 19 March
Road pricingIntegrated transport and development
Wednesday 20 March
Thursday-Friday 21 - 22 March
Regional long term planning and investmentTransport and development funding and delivery
Sunday 24 March
Monday-Tuesday 25 - 26 March
National planning and developmentGrowth management and new cities development
Wednesday 27 March
Thursday-Friday28 - 29 March
Growth management and new cities developmentCities and transport of the future
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