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The Second Educational Event for 2019 is fast approaching.
Thurs 21 March Education Event No2
Please put the following dates in your diary for the rest of the year:
Thurs 23 May Education Event No3
10 – 21 June Education Event No4 Proposed European Study Tour
Thurs 1st Aug Education Event No5
Thurs 26 Sept Education Event No6 incl AGM
Thurs 21 Nov Education Event No7
Royal College of Physicians, London, UK,
AHDC Chair Kate Copeland is the Lead Judge in the Category for Healthcare Design (Over 25,000 sqm)
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Ian is a Principal of Conrad Gargett, and an award-winning architect who joined the practice in 2006 after building a distinguished career with firms such as John Simpson Associates and Daryl Jackson Pty Ltd, as well as a period at the helm of his own practice. A highly regarded leader in the architecture and construction industry, Ian has previously enjoyed a term as the Queensland President of the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) and was made a Life Fellow in 2011. He is well-versed in project and design management across industry sectors. His thorough, purposeful approach to design is fuelled by a deep desire to create something meaningful, emphasising function and providing lasting positive experiences for inhabitants. Ian considers his work on prominent designs, such as the acclaimed Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, as some of the greatest highlights of his career. He is committed to a life of learning and education, contributing his knowledge and skills as a mentor through the AIA, a Design tutor at Queensland University of Technology, a member of numerous juries and award panels, and a presenter at design conferences nationally and internationally
1st Nov – TBC Soon-Watch This Space!!! (including AGM)
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22nd November – TBC
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Thursday, 19 April 2018 – Health Sector in Victoria
Speaker: Tony Michele – Executive Director, Delivery – Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority
Tony Michele will speak about the new Victorian Health & Human Services Building Authority and some upcoming changes to how they will be commissioning masterplans and feasibility studies, both of which are expected to involve strong elements of design. Tony will also talk about the forward pipeline of projects in Victoria and the design outcomes the Victorian Government will be seeking.
Tony Michele is the recently appointed Executive Director – Delivery for the VHHSBA, the Victorian Government agency responsibility for planning, delivery and ongoing asset management of all public sector health infrastructure in Victoria. Tony’s professional background is in operational health and hospital-based research as a former senior executive at The Wesley Hospital in Brisbane. Tony brings to his new role a track record for successful delivery of social (health) infrastructure projects, including the $630 million Bendigo Hospital PPP Project, and the $1.1 billion Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, a joint Federal and Victorian Government-funded social infrastructure PPP.
Immediately prior to re-joining government in 2010, Tony was Bid Director at Bilfinger Berger Project Investments responsible for PPP bids for health and hospital projects in Australia and New Zealand. And in 2008, Tony led the PPP team as the client Project Director on the $300 million Victorian Royal Women’s Hospital. Educated at the University of Queensland, Tony also enjoyed working at the University for several years in the School of Biomedical Sciences within the Faculty of Science.
Thursday 24th November 2016
Venue AHDC Annual General Meeting – 6-7pm, AEST
Followed by networking (Christmas Drinks) until 8:00 pm
HOSTED IN BRISBANE:
Brisbane Aurecon office, Level 14, Santos Place, 32 Turbot Street Brisbane
Concurrent video conference of event at the following locations:
Sydney Aurecon office, Level 2, 116 Military Road, Neutral Bay NSW
Melbourne Aurecon office, Level 8, 850 Collins Street, Docklands Victoria
Perth Aurecon office, Level 5, 863 Hay Street, Perth
Adelaide Aurecon office, 55 Grenfell St, Adelaide
All financial members of AHDC are invited to attend (and to vote) plus the current Committee that comprises.
In accordance with the constitution of AHDC, the AGM agenda will be to:
All financial members of AHDC are invited to vote at the meeting.
Anybody who wishes to stand for the committee, please email [email protected] to receive a copy of the nomination form. The form must be returned by COB on 15 November 2016.
Following our Queensland Trifecta cheap nba jerseys presentations on 24 October 2016, a group of HEALTH 8 AHDC members hopped on a bus early the next day, and made the trip to the Sunshine Coast to visit the new SCUH. Don Glynn very kindly gave up his morning to show us around and over AHDC 3 hours we Auf managed to see most of the newly cheap nfl jerseys developed hospital which is programmed to open early next year.
The hospital Villa is very impressive especially in terms of its size and response to the Sunshine Coast environment. The wide hospital street is Entry a great public space and together with the internal landscaped NEW courtyard spaces will assist occupy with way finding and opportunities for patients and their families to de-stress during hospital visits.
The layout of some units generated debate cheap jerseys amongst the group and it will be very interesting 5 to see the results of post occupancy evaluations once the hospital has been operational for some time.
Thanks again wholesale nfl jerseys to Don Glynn, his team and others at Queensland Health for arranging the visit.