Conference Day Two: 6 March, 2019
Wednesday, March 6th, 2019
The 2011 New Zealand earthquake meant Lyttelton Port had to rebuild their port infrastructure and improve their assets from all avenues. This included the need to deepen channels to accommodate larger ships, while also understanding the effects of pile driving on their marine ecosystem. Kim Kelleher will present a comprehensive case study on the projects Lyttelton Port Company has implemented to ensure a strong and sustainable environmental strategy.
- Understanding the effects of pile driving on marine life
- Developing a comprehensive environmental management strategy to improve port operations
- Designing infrastructure that can be both pertinent and ecologically sustainable