This is your chance to get the upper hand on others when it comes to sourcing and securing concrete remediation work via tendering. Tendering is the process of inviting bids for large projects, it is usually practiced by government institutions. The main objective of the Tendering Process in Construction is to eliminate favoritism and corruption in awarding works to construction companies.
Your panel members for this discussion are made up of Contractors, Consultants, Asset Owners from Gold Coast City Council, and a supplier.
If you are wanting to sponsor this event please give ACRA a call on 02 9645 3692 or Mike Rutherford, leader of the ACRA Sub Branch on 0427 405 771.
This is a not-to-be-missed discussion with Q&A.
Panelists consist of:
Luke Menefy from SMEC – Luke leads SMEC’s Materials Technology team across Queensland and the Northern Territory, focusing on infrastructure asset management, durability, and materials technology.
Luke is highly regarded within SMEC and in the broader consulting industry for his leadership qualities and commitment to high-quality project delivery. He has built his reputation as a leader through the successful delivery of projects across a broad range of disciplines for SMEC, including ports, transport, water, and wastewater infrastructure.
Ryan Young from RawWorx- Ryan is the Managing Director of Raw Worx Pty Ltd. Raw Worx are specialist contractors working in various industry types.
Ryan created and focused the company to be a leading service provider throughout the Construction, Structural, Civil, Infrastructure, Marine, and Rail industries.
Having worked on some of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects Raw Worx has earned a reputation for providing professional repair solutions, whilst remaining cost-effective, trustworthy, and exceeding the client’s expectations.
Michael DiCristo from EpiMax Technologies. At 18 years of age, Michael forged a career as a Corporal in Electronic Warfare within the Australian Army for a tenure of 8 years. In 2004 he landed in construction with Remedial Building Services for 8 years. His role was focused in resin flooring, fireproofing, and concrete repairs. Progressing from application through to estimation and project management. Since 2012, he maintained technical representative roles with BASF and Sika, until 2020 where he now heads up the QLD Business Operation for EpiMax.
Sandy Reiser from City of Gold Coast Council, Executive Coordinator Category and Relationship Management City Procurement City of Gold Coast
Tiffany Parker is the Senior Structural Engineer City Assets Transport and Infrastructure City of Gold Coast. Tiffany Parker is a Senior Structural Engineer acting as Asset Custodian for transport structures located within the City’s road reserves. She takes a lead engineer role in capital bridge rehabilitation and replacement projects. Her key areas of experience are bridge condition assessments, planning, scoping and procurement of bridge renewal projects within a local Government environment.
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