Coast & Marine Structures: Event Postponement

In light of the recent developments surrounding COVID-19, please be advised that the Coast & Marine Structures Summit has been postponed to the 14 - 16 October 2020

For further information, requests or questions, chat with us at enquire@iqpc.com.au. 

Maximising Trade Opportunities through Future Proofing of Port Infrastructure and Whole of Life Asset Management Strategies

The 12th Annual Coast & Marine Structures 2020 is designed specifically for Port Authorities, Operators, Owners, Engineers and Harbour Masters who are helping to transform the coast and marine landscape in Australia. Come together over a 2 day period to discuss some of the major transformation projects being undertaken in 2020 and beyond.

WHAT'S NEW IN 2020

LEARN FROM 12 NEW SPEAKERS: sharing new and improved asset management approaches to overcome the challenge of aging infrastructure through proactive maintenance plans and increased whole-of-life utility

DEFINE CLEAR STRATEGIES:
as well as preparations to account for larger vessels and higher operational capacity that are future proofed for evolving vessel requirements and growing trade opportunities

UNDERSTAND SUSTAINABILITY:
and how it is best incorporated into design, engineering and operations to avoid cost inefficiencies and minimise pressure of environmental policies to reduce carbon footprint

HARNESS TECHNOLOGY: 
as it's role grows, as well as innovation to automate port operations, integrate new material applications, and enable remote, real time interaction with marine structures

PORT OF BRISBANE:
How Port of Brisbane is overcoming technical challenges in the delivery of infrastructure for the new International Cruise Terminal, piloting BIM software and creating new development strategies that can be applied within future projects

PORT OF TOWNSVILLE:
New updates from Port of Townsville’s Channel Upgrade which is leveraging strategic asset management to ensure incorporation of whole-of life and long-term environmental Aspects

LYTTLETON PORT:
How Lyttleton Port has demonstrated a clear link between lower carbon footprint and decreased capital costs in their design and construction through sustainability planning tools and designing for nature principles

PORT HEDLAND:
Valuable results and applicable learning lessons from Port Hedland’s Channel Risk and Optimisation Project which has excelled trade opportunities and mitigated operational risk with an emergency passing lane, 45 additional minutes in the Sailing Window, and optimised channel depth

BENCHMARK WITH THE BEST

2020 KEY THEMES

Existing Assets & Aging Infrastructure: Optimising Investment

Ports For The Future: Long Term Strategy & Trade

Sustainable Development: Overcoming Environmental Roadblocks And Volatile Conditions

Infrastructure That Lasts: Prevention And Protection

Leveraging Innovation In Technology, Data, and Equipment For Ongoing Operations

SECURE YOUR SEAT

If you’re interested in reserving a spot at the 12th Annual Coast & Marine Structures, reach out to us before spots fill up!