FEATURED SPEAKERS

Menno-Henneveld

Menno Henneveld

Vice President

World Road Association

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Menno was appointed Commissioner of Main Roads Western Australia in 2002. He provided ten years of leadership for the State’s $1.7 billion/annum road agency with responsibility for managing the State’s 18,000km and $42 billion road network.

 

Prior to his involvement with the road transport industry, Menno had an extensive career in the Water Industry in WA, providing Senior Executive leadership across a range of functional areas.

 

He has held many international, national and State positions, including Chairman of Austroads; Australia’s Delegate to the World Road Association; Chair of the WRA Communications Commission and is currently a Vice President of the WRA.

 

He is a past Board Member of the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB); Foundation Chair of the WA Pavement Research Centre; Founder and past Chair of the ROADS Foundation, and is currently an Independent Director on the Board of the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia.


Speaking On:
Assessing global road maintenance models to benchmark best practice
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Mark Kinvig

Business Improvement Manager

NZ Transport Agency

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Mark has over 20 years experience in the construction sector, working initially within an in-house local authority consultancy in north Liverpool, responsible for the delivery of transport related projects.

 

Arriving in New Zealand from the UK in 2005 Mark worked for the Hastings District Council initially as their Roading Asset and Programme Manager and later as Alliance Manager delivering the Council’s capital works programme in a partnership with the private sector.

 

Mark was appointed as the NZ Transport Agency’s Napier State Highway Manager in 2009, accountable for management of the Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne network.  With the increasing financial constraint on road Maintenance funding, Mark took up the challenge and, in 2011, was appointed into the Business Improvement Manager role for the Agency, accountable for the delivery of the M&O transformation project for state highways.


Speaking On:
Examining a ‘nationally planned, regionally delivered’ model
Lessons learnt from different state approaches to contract delivery models

Workshops:
Driving cost efficiency through smart asset management
Greg-Evans

Greg Evans

Director

Roads and Maritime Services NSW

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Greg is an energetic, creative leader who has built strong relationships with his staff, colleagues and industry parties. He has built a successful career with Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) as a Civil Engineer and Manager, working throughout Regional NSW to deliver a range of projects and programs in Civil Construction and Asset Maintenance. His strong skills in change management and leading initiatives has seen him deliver a number of successful projects and reforms across the State. As Director of Asset Maintenance he has lead the recent implementation of Stewardship Maintenance Contracts in Sydney.

 

Greg is passionate about safety and enjoys the opportunity to interact with staff on sites to improve safety outcomes for both his workers, his contractors and the travelling public.


Speaking On:
Developing & implementing stewardship maintenance contract models
Lessons learnt from different state approaches to contract delivery models
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Mark Mackay

Executive General Manager QLD/NSW/ACT Roads Infrastructure

Downer

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Mark Mackay is senior executive from Downer who has worked across a range of road maintenance frameworks across Western Australia, Victoria, NSW and QLD.

 

He has inside knowledge gained through a number of roles within Australia’s leading maintenance contractor as well as a number of other key maintenance organisations.

 

Mark will give a candid insight into the challenges encountered from his experience over a range of maintenance contracting delivery models from Schedule of Rates Contracts through to Performance Specified Lump Sum Contracts.

 

The success of any outsourced maintenance arrangement largely depends on workforce performance, collaboration and engagement across contractor and client groups. Mark will also outline the workforce challenges that need to be addressed and overcome throughout the evolution of maintenance contracts.


Speaking On:
Lessons learnt from different Australian contract delivery models

Implementing reforms & best practice

Infrastructure and asset management are the core focus for local government across Australia. Australian governments spend more than $7 billion maintaining and renewing the road network every year.

 

This conference will explore the different innovative delivery models which are being implemented across Australia and draw together lessons learnt to determine best practice in road maintenance. Are you trying to develop the most sustainable, cost efficient delivery model to meet your maintenance goals?


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  • How to measure & benchmark performance
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  • How to effectively develop & implement a contracting model
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  • How to drive sustainability through strategic asset management
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  • How to foster & drive innovation in the maintenance workforce
Day 1
Menno-Henneveld

Menno Henneveld

Vice President

World Road Association

Jason-Linnane

Jason Linnane

Group Manager, Facilities and Services

Port Stephens Council

Morven-Cameron-2007

Morven Cameron

Director of Community Development

Lake Macquarie City Council

Andrew-Thomas

Andrew Thomas

Former President SA

Institute of Public Works and Engineering Australia

Day 2
Mark-Kinvig-2

Mark Kinvig

Business Improvement Manager

NZ Transport Agency

Greg-Evans

Greg Evans

Director

Roads and Maritime Services NSW

Mark-Mackay-2

Mark Mackay

Executive General Manager QLD/NSW/ACT Roads Infrastructure

Downer

Jeff-Anderson

Jeff Anderson

Director Network Management

Main Roads Western Australia

WORKSHOP A
WORKSHOP B

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