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We're just two weeks away from the Inside Construction Expo 2023. Have you decided which stages to head to for your professional development?

We’re just two weeks away from the Inside Construction Expo 2023. Have you decided which stages to head to for your professional development?

An event dedicated to major commercial and civil projects in the Australian construction industry, the Expo is being held from September 20 to 21 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The conference program promises to be informative and engaging, with six themes being discussed over three stages across the two-day event.

The conference will cover the following six major themes:

  1. Workplace Wellbeing and Team Management
  2. Digital Transformation and Connectivity
  3. Sustainability and Environment
  4. Construction Productivity
  5. The Skills Gap: Training, Education, Recruitment and Careers
  6. Health and Safety

View the program here.

Tickets to attend the conference are FREE and provide trade show access.

Who will be speaking at the Inside Construction Expo 2023?

Speakers include:

Katie Eyles

Katie is the Accelerating Net Zero Buildings lead at the National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS). Her team is developing an embodied emissions rating tool that will be the national standard for measuring, verifying and comparing embodied emissions in new buildings and major refurbishments.

A core aspect of this work is collaborating with people across the building industry to define and design it. A collaborative approach is critical to ensure we develop a tool that’s trusted and meaningful. It drives behaviour change to reduce emissions.

Katie has a background in service design and digital strategy.

John Toomey

John Toomey is an international speaker, writer and thought leader.

His impressive background in high-performance Roles in professional sports, including 7 AFL Clubs, and Culture Development roles in two A-League Clubs, and as Coach of an Olympic Gold Medallist, brings richness and depth to his presentations.

He holds a Phys Ed degree from Deakin University, did his Masters Studies in Applied Physiology at Victoria University, studied and taught Human Consciousness as an Avatar Master for 15 years. Toomey is a published author and has lectured at multiple universities in PE and Medicine. He served for 5 years on RMIT University’s School of Health Sciences Program Advisory Committee.

In 1999, John authored and published Australia’s first accredited Certificate in Wellness Leadership and Australia’s first Fitness Industry specific Pilates Teacher Training course. He is also a licensed Avatar Master and Wizard and delivered courses in 4 countries. Avatar is a deeply profound practice in the exploration and integration of consciousness.

Currently, John is the Global Chair of the Global Wellness Institute’s Workplace Wellbeing Initiative, the world’s premier advisory group on workplace wellness.

He’s delivered over 3,500 corporate presentations, spoken at conferences worldwide, written two books and hundreds of published articles, completed 4 National Thought Leadership Tours in Australia, and appeared on multiple podcasts globally.

John is an avid runner and ocean swimmer. He has 3 adult children and 6 grandkids.

Kieran Mackenzie

Kieran completed a Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Commerce followed by a PhD in Engineering, at the University of Sydney. He joined Laing O’Rourke’s R&D team to deliver innovation on bids and projects and commercialise new products.

In 2020, Kieran raised venture capital to spin off Laing O’Rourke’s artificial intelligence vision technology into a separate company, Presien.

Paul Murfitt

Paul has worked in the sustainability field for more than 25 years. He comes to Sustainability Victoria from DELWP, where he has been leading workstreams on policy and programs addressing energy sustainability, affordability, reliability and security since 2016.

Paul was CEO of the Moreland Energy Foundation Limited for over eight years and also worked for 10 years with Sustainability Victoria (mainly with predecessor organisations). He also delivers a subject at RMIT University in the Masters of Renewable Energy Engineering program – The social, environmental and economic context of sustainable energy. Paul is excited to be at SV to work with the Victorian community to achieve zero net carbon emissions and build a circular economy.

To register, you can head to the Inside Construction Expo website.

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