Programme

Current as at 13 February, however the programme is subject to change

Wednesday 25 March 2020 – hosted by Waugh Infrastructure Management Ltd

0900Opening / welcome
Councillor Keith Price
0920Keynote: The Fourth Industrial Revolution. Digital Transformation - an opportunity to reposition Dr Gustav Rohde
1000Keynote: Stephen Selwood
1030Morning tea - sponsored by
Under 35 presentations x 5
1100How do you prioritise work on bridges? Kyle Blyth, WSP
1113Viewing the State Highway through Customer-Tinted glasses. Philip van der Wel, Lonrix
1126Chip loss causing early failure and the long-term effects. Ben Rohde, Central Otago NOC
1139Telling the story: Supplementing pavement deterioration modelling. Kevin Wu, WSP
1152IDS Model updates. Gemma Mathieson, WSP
1205Lunch - sponsored by
1305Rapid Downloads
1410Treatment prediction using machine learning techniques. Sean Rainsford, Fulton Hogan
1422Finding the value of materials testing, a field study. David Alexander, Road Science
1437Road Network performance monitoring and management guideline. Theuns Henning, IDS & University of Auckland
1447Putting TSD on the map - spatially representing traffic speed deflectometer data. Grant Clarke, Downer
1505Afternoon tea
1535RIMS Update
1545Red Bridge investigation. Anu Ileperuma, Hastings District Council and Natalia Uran, WSP
1600The new Candidate Selection Algorithm Project: What, Who, Why, When. Mike Tapper, Beca
1620Keynote: Lifting Human Potential. Chuck Dowell, Launch Complex 1 Manager
1705Wrap up / close
1715Happy hour
1930Forum Mix N Mingle - Wine tasting with Villa Maria, Napier Conference Centre

 

Thursday 26 March 2020

0815Welcome
0825Keynote: Gustav Rohde
0900Transition to streams - Utility access to transport corridors & 2020 Vision

Utility Access to Transport Corridors Stream Programme – sponsored by NZUAG

0910Introduction from Chair
0915Setting the scene. Paul Swain & Tracy Bell, Paul Swain Consulting & Timaru DC
0935Bryce Ongley, Kiwi Rail
0955Better, Longer, Faster! Andrew Healy, beforeUdig
1010Q&A for the above speakers
1020Morning tea - sponsored by
1050Third party damage (TPD) of utility assets in Transport Corridors. Rene DÁth, First Gas
1110When nothing is going right ... Go left!!!! Tanya Bowers, Chorus
1125Havelock North Trunk Water Main – Maximising collaboration to minimise disruption. James Hopgood and Shaun Penprase, Stantec
1145Frederick St 33kV project planning. Brendan Drysdale, Wellington Electricity
1205Q&A for the above speakers
1215Lunch - sponsored by
1315In each other's road. Terry Boyle, NZTA
1335Small RCA. Shelley Wilson, Waimate DC
1355Cracking the Code. Rachel Nottingham, Tanya Bowers and James Ting
1415Q&A for the above speakers
1425Panel of experts
1445Afternoon tea

2020 Vision Stream Programme – co hosted by IDS & REG

0910Introduction from Chair
0915An evidence-based approach for value for money assessment of Roading Infrastructure in New Zealand. Harish Shivaramu, Auxilium Ltd
0935Keeping good roads good - how much is enough? Elke Beca, WSP
0955TBC
1010Q&A for the above speakers
1020Morning tea - sponsored by
1050Live maps - RAMM condition data and programme. Mike Jacobson, Christchurch City Council
1102Deriving value from high speed data. Alison Tomlinson, Queenstown Lakes DC
1117Unblocking the flow of data. Danny Fitzgerald, Fulton Hogan
1132Enabling the sector to succeed. Suzy Ratahi
1152Q&A for the above speakers
1215Lunch - sponsored by
1315A simplified approach to forward works plan modelling to address deterioration rate uncertainty. Ted James
1325Getting it Right - continually improving the sectors data quality. Tony Lange, NZ Transport Agency
1340The Asset Management Data Standard (AMDS) project. Michaela James, NZ Transport Agency
1355The use of genetic algorithms in Road Maintenance Optimisation. Fritz Jooste, Lonrix
1415Not ABC - Another business case! Grant Holland and Ross Waugh, Waugh Infrastructure Management Limited
1430Q&A for above speakers
1445Afternoon tea
1515Awards / Exhibitor draw
1525Deb's Diversity Download. Dr Deborah Lind, Harrison Grierson
1600Close