IPWEA Transform 2021

IPWEA Transform 2021

Posted in Latest News, Special Features//May 05, 2021

IPWEA Victoria’s first virtual conference will be held just over a week from now from the 13-14 May, with the event dedicated to connecting attendees with sponsors, exhibitors, presenters and peers. 

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IPWEA Victoria launches online leadership programs

IPWEA Victoria launches online leadership programs

Posted in Latest News//March 30, 2021

This year IPWEA Victoria is hosting its engineering and management leadership programs

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The LOGiT IPWEA Indigenous Scholarship announced to empower Indigenous students

The LOGiT IPWEA Indigenous Scholarship announced to empower Indigenous students

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//February 25, 2021

IPWEA, together with LOGiT is excited to announce the launch of the LOGiT IPWEA Indigenous Scholarship, aimed at supporting Indigenous professionals in Australia to build capability and credentials in Asset Management.

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Managing public infrastructure assets: trends and predictions for 2021, by IPWEA

Managing public infrastructure assets: trends and predictions for 2021, by IPWEA

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//January 19, 2021

IPWEA speaks to two municipal engineers about the year ahead, looking at the opportunities and challenges for public

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Simple steps to smart asset management with IPWEA

Simple steps to smart asset management with IPWEA

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 07, 2020

Effective asset management is about ensuring the provision of services that the community values today – and delivering certainty for the generations of tomorrow.

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Climate change poses a significant risk to infrastructure – Opinion

Climate change poses a significant risk to infrastructure – Opinion

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//August 05, 2020

Climate change poses a significant risk to infrastructure, as extreme weather events such as heatwaves, droughts, bushfires, storm surges and flooding become more frequent. Opinion by David Jenkins, CEO IPWEA Australasia. 

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