Water has becomes an ever increasingly valued resource. This may explain why there are so many fields of water engineering seeking to find, manage and utilise water more sustainably. Notably these fields of engineering include, but are not restricted to the: investigation, planning and design of water and wastewater systems; investigation and design related to strategic infrastructure such as roads, rail and mines; and the integrated management of catchments to minimise the impacts of flooding.
To highlight the broad range of water engineers brought together and the technical discussions facilitated by Water Engineering Panel, the Sydney Division is holding its annual networking event The Confluence of Water Engineers on the evening of 2 March 2010.
The aim of this evening is to promote the monthly meetings of the Water Engineering Panel providing topical presentations, industry information and networking opportunities to all water engineers.
The Chair will introduce the Water Engineering Panel and provide an overview of its activities to advance knowledge and interest in the field of water engineering.
Drinks and light snacks will be provided.
When: Tuesday 2nd March, 5:30-7:30pm
Where: Engineers Australia Auditorium, Ground Floor, 8 Thomas Street, Chatswood NSW 2067
Further details: Karen Brakell, ph 92725346 (firstname.lastname@example.org)