Inspire : Public Works Professional Sept - Oct 2013
PWPro scoops international recognition! Public Works Professional, the offcial journal of the IPWEA, has been recognised at the prestigious international 2013 Content Marketing Awards with a Silver medal (the highest award in that category) for Best Engineering/ Construction Publication. PWPro also received an honourable mention in the Best Association Publication category. Share your thoughts on PWPro by completing our online reader sur vey at www.surveymonkey.com/s/PWPro You can also now follow us on Twitter @PWProMag 7 FUTURE IN FOCUS PLUS IPWEA STATE NEWS | PRODUCT NEWS | EDUCATION & EVENTS WHAT WILL THE PUBLIC WORKS LANDSCAPE LOOK LIKE IN 50 YEARS' TIME? CASE STU DY Condition monitoring of unsealed roads ASSET MANAG EMENT Taking a long-term approach to nancial planning FLEET MANAGEMENT Maximise the e ciency of street sweepers with GPS tracking Public Works PROFESSIONAL THE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUT E OF PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING AUSTRALIA JULY-AUGUST 2012 THOUGHT LEADERS Ian Faulks: What can be done to make school zones safer? Dr Stephen Lees: Putting sustainability back in focus 2013 EXCELLENCE AWARDS Public Works Project of the Year Strengthening Grantham Project, Lockyer Valley Regional Council (Qld), in partnership with GenEng Solutions, Cardno and Pensar Pty Ltd Public Works Leader of the Year Greg McDonald, Director of Infrastructure and Operations, Wyong Shire Council, NSW Keith H Wood Medal Warren Roberts, Chief Executive, Stonnington City Council, Victoria Emeritus Membership • Chris Champion, IPWEA CEO • Patrick Murphy, Director of Infrastructure Services, Scenic Rim Council, Qld • Bevin Eberhardt, Director of Technical Services at Central Coast Council, Tas Emerging Leaders • Anthony McMahon, Boorowa Council, NSW • Cameron Ives, GenEng Solutions, Qld • Ernie Icolaro, City of West Torrens, SA • Oliver Heywood, Brighton Council, Tasmania • Robert Ladd, Pyrenees Shire Council, Vic E.J. (Ted) Hooper Medal for Best Paper Graham Scott, senior consultant, Thinc, Qld Paper: Reconsidering high performance team development for e ective project delivery NAMie (National Asset Management) Award John Halsall, Network Rail, UK Paper: Transforming our approach to the management of civil assets: Network Rail's story This page, from the top: IPWEA President Paul Di Iulio takes a dip with Chopper, an 800kg saltwater crocodile; Young IPWEA delegate at Crocosaurus Cove; Comedian Darren Carr transforms an audience volunteer at the Komatsu Gala Dinner.
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