Innovation in Healthcare Facilities & Productive Buildings Seminar

Monday 30 September, 2013



Celebrating  26 years of service
plus the opening of CETEC's
new Brisbane office

Innovation in Healthcare Facilities & Productive Buildings

Thursday 10 October, 2-6pm

Speakers include:

  • Richard Royle - Executive Director, Uniting Care Health (The Wesley Hospital)
  • Nicholas Burt - CEO, Facility Managment Association of Australia
  • Alex Mofidi - Associate Director - Water, AECOM
  • Kathy MacDermott - Queensland Executive Director, Property Council of Australia
  • Derek Jacobs, Director - Infrastructure, Brookfield Johnson Controls 
  • Mark Thomson - Corporate Sustainability Principal, Schiavello
  • Adjunct Professor David Hood, AM - National President (2012), Engineers Australia
  • Lisa Rogers - President, Mycometer Inc
  • Plus other high level industry executives

Session 1: Innovation in Healthcare Facilities      2:30 to 4:15      

Topics will include:

  • Healthcare leadership
  • Design risk in healthcare facilities
  • Overview of the supply of water quality in Queensland
  • International perspective on microbial risk
  • Technical risk management in healthcare water systems
  • Sustainable healthcare solutions

Networking Break                                                     4:15 to 5:00

Drinks and canapés will be served

Session 2: Productive Buildings                             5:00 to 6:00 

Topics will include:

  • The role of FM in building performance
  • Highlights from the Property Council’s Action Agenda
  • Productivity gains from IEQ optimization
  • The impact of climate change on the built environment


Venue:  Level 9 Rooftop - Wesley House, 140 Ann Street Brisbane

Registration for Session 1:  2:00 to 2:30 pm

Registration for Session 2:  4:15 to 5:00 pm

RSVP:  By Friday 4 October either via email or (03) 9544 9111

You are welcome to share this invitation with your colleagues or industry associates

Join for one or both sessions -  
All attendees welcome for the networking and drinks break

Spaces are limited