The Infrastructure Collective Wellington: Site Visit at Omāroro Reservoir
05 May 2022
Omāroro is a 70m diameter concrete reservoir currently under construction at Prince of Wales Park. It is part of Wellington Water’s ongoing work to improve the resilience of the region’s water supply network and increase water storage in the case of a disaster. The tank, which will be buried after its construction to reinstate the park, will have the capacity to store up to 35 million litres of water.
01:00 PM - 02:30 PM
WIN Northland: Whāngarei Boys High School Visit
04 May 2022
The construction of Whangārei Boys High school has been ongoing since January 2020. A NZD60 million project, it is the largest Ministry of Education project currently under construction. While construction has been delayed due to COVID, it is set for operation for school term 2 this year. Multiple stakeholders have been involved in the project and the speakers will share insight to the processes involved in building the largest school in Whangārei.
Timelapse of the construction process so far can be viewed here.
Whangārei Boys High School
05:00 PM - 07:30 PM
The Infrastructure Collective: The Inner Circle with Abbas Nazari
13 April 2022
Infrastructure NZ's The Infrastructure Collective Network is pleased to invite you to a close-knit interactive session with an industry leader exclusively for our members. We call it 'The Inner Circle'.
Speaker Abbas Nazari will use his experience and expertise to lead you through how to better understand your own situations and how he overcame the cultural diversities in his journey to date. From a child refugee granted asylum to New Zealand to being named a finalist for the 2022 Young New Zealander of the Year.
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
The Infrastructure Collective Auckland: Burnout to Brilliance with Jess Stuart
12 April 2022
Learn how to achieve peak performance without burning out in the process.
We live in a constant state of overwhelm and exhaustion whilst simultaneously striving for high performance. It’s not sustainable and it’s why burnout has become so prevalent. That was before the global pandemic which exacerbates the level of change and uncertainty leaving peak performance even harder to achieve.
Busyness is fashionable, we wear it like a badge of honour but it doesn’t lead to high performance. But quantity does not always mean quality and being busy does not mean we’re productive, in fact the opposite is often true.
In our modern world the pursuit of brilliance and peak performance has led to the increased prevalence of burnout and it’s not sustainable, we need to redefine peak performance to ensure we can be our best without burning out in the process.
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
WIN Auckland: CRL Live Virtual Tour
08 April 2022
Join WIN Auckland and the Link Alliance team for the first live, virtual tour of the City Rail Link (CRL) project. We will tour areas of the CRL’s Mt Eden construction site, including the future redeveloped station and the tunnel boring machine (TBM) while it is being re-assembled. This virtual event is open for registration to all WIN members across NZ.
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM
TIC Wellington: The Future of Wellington's Infrastructure
07 April 2022
This event will be a discussion of Wellington’s Infrastructure and its future. Drawing on the perspectives of the panellists, the discussion will cover the purpose and direction of our local infrastructure pipeline, the challenges we will face, and the solutions available to us.
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM