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prefabAUS Networking Event - QLD

  • 26 Jun 2018
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • AECOM – 8/540 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley
  • 7


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MODULAR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION – Collaboration and Co-creation.

Australia’s modular construction and prefabrication industry is growing steadily, with an ambition to achieve 10% in the market within the next 5 years. This is with increasing emphasis on intelligent materials, components and subassemblies and the integration of these elements into design, procurement and construction.

Fostering Collaboration through the sharing of best practices and challenges and spearheading the Co-creation of new solutions and ideas to overcome barriers and bring the modular construction industry future forward.

Please join us for our networking event in Brisbane, with informative presentations, an update on prefabAUS by our CEO Warren McGregor, followed by networking over canapés and drinks.

Discover best practices from modular builders who have successfully built modern modular commercial and residential buildings in and out of the region.

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Speakers for the evening are:
Jochen Ristig – AECOM Monash Student Accommodation

Monash University is embarking on what will be a landmark sustainability and energy efficiency project in Australia: a 5-storey, 150-key student accommodation building on its Mornington Peninsula Campus. This presentation will highlight challenges encountered and contributing factors which led to a CLT construction solution.

Jamie Coe  – Hutchinson Builders
The breadth and depth of our capabilities: 1400 Bathroom Pods, Two Cancer Treatment Facilities and 40 School Classrooms installed throughout QLD. A snapshot of our last 6 months in Hutchies Modular.
Kim Baber – Baber Studio

Kim will discuss how prefabrication of large scale timber elements can transform the way we design buildings.  Kim will also explain how Baber Studio uses research digital technologies as part of their ‘UQ’ Centre for Future Timber Solutions and showcase how their practices use Building Information Modeling (BIM).

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