This event will feature a focused look at the way in which advances in the construction, water & energy sectors are opening up opportunities for the development industry to deliver more innovative and sustainable outcomes.

What do the communities of the future look like?

Join us to hear 3 x key note presentations featuring case studies that highlight best practice in this space, each addressing a particular area of focus; energy, water, and build methodologies. Following the key note presentations we will also have a half hour panel discussion with leading industry representatives, to further examine and debate the opportunities for industry in this space. Featuring;

Energy- Ripley Town Centre, Sekisui House Australia

  • Lance Randall, Managing Director- Carbon EMT and Taku Hashimoto, Senior Development Manager- Sekisui House

Ripley Town Centre is a 1.4 Billion Dollar development incorporating a shopping centre, stage 1, retirement village, apartments, commercial components, medical and educational facilities. Being a 11KV embedded network this diversified development lends itself to renewable projects that will underpin the future peer to peer selling options, being further enhanced by the introduction of battery storage down the line.

Water- Aquarevo, Villawood Properties

  • Niki Hendriksen, Development Manager- Villawood Properties and David Bergmann- South East Water

Aquarevo is a unique collaboration between South East Water and Villawood Properties to create a residential development in Lyndhurst, south east of Melbourne, where homes will feature a
range of unprecedented water saving features.

Construction- DeHavilland Apartments (the first multi-unit density timber building in WA)

  • Stuart Hawley, Director- Bluerock Projects

DeHavilland Apartments heralds the way for sustainable timber construction technology in WA. Bluerock Projects has demonstrated that time and costs can be reduced alongside an improvement in quality. DeHavilland Apartments uses a range of prefabrication, modularisation and in-situ build techniques. Located in the heart of Midland, The DeHavilland Apartment building incorporates WA sourced and manufactured timber along with a number of other ethical and sustainable features that the market is increasingly looking for.

Following these keynote presentations, a panel discussions will feature;

  • Taku Hashimoto, Senior Development Manager- Sekisui House
  • Tao Bourton, Director- Yolk Property
  • Padraic Mellett, Founder & Director- Offsite
  • Warren Phillips, Senior Development Manager- LandCorp

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Event Details

Date: 06 Sep 2019
Time: 7.30 - 9.30am
Location: Astral Ballroom, Crown Perth (Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood WA 6100)