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SoCLA Event - Melbourne - 26 October 2017 - "How to build a wind farm – Key legal and project management issues"

Thu 26 October 2017
White & Case, Level 32, 525 Collins Street, Melbourne

The Society of Construction Law Australia

INVITES YOU TO A PRESENTATION ON:

"How to build a wind farm – Key legal and project management issues"

by

Adeline Pang (Partner at White & Case) and Andrew Kerley (Investment Delivery Manager at Goldwind Australia)

Thursday 26 October 2017, 5:45pm for 6:00pm start

 

SoCLA Event - Perth breakfast - 1 November 2017 with Adrian Hughes QC

Wed 1 November 2017
Parmelia Hilton, 14 Mill Street, Perth from 7.00 am until 9.15 am

The Society of Construction Law Australia, Consult Australia and Association of Consulting Architects present

Breakfast with Adrian Hughes QC in Perth 

For further information and to register please click here

Adrian will also be speaking in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne  in early November 2017 - stay tuned for more details of these events.

 

SoCLA Event - Sydney An Evening with Adrian Hughes - 6 November 2017

Mon 6 November 2017
Allens, Level 28, 126 Phillip Street, Sydney

The Society of Construction Law Australia, Consult Australia and Allens present

An Evening with Adrian Hughes QC

SoCLA Event - Brisbane - Breakfast with Adrian Hughes QC - 7 November 2017

Tue 7 November 2017
Corrs Chamber Westgarth, Level 42, 111 Eagle Street, Brisbane

The Society of Construction Law Australia and Corrs Chambers Westgarth present

Breakfast with Adrian Hughes QC

Please click for further information and to register 

 

SoCLA Event - Melbourne - An Evening with Adrian Hughes QC - 8 November 2017

Wed 8 November 2017
Minter Ellison, Level 23, 525 Collins Street, Melbourne

The Society of Construction Law Australia and Minter Ellison present

An evening with Adrian Hughes QC

For further information and to register please click here 

 

 

Australian Cladding & Building Standards Summit | 7-8 December 2017 – Novotel on Collins, Melbourne

Thu 7 December 2017

In the wake of the 2014 Lacrosse Tower fire in Melbourne and more recently the tragic fire in London’s Grenfell Tower, federal, state, and local governments, regulators and industry bodies throughout Australia are faced with the urgent need for audits and testing of existing buildings for non-conforming building products.

There are a number of unanswered questions around the need for new safety standards, a new system for compliance regulation and uncertainties around who pays for the replacement of non-conforming building products?

The Australian Cladding & Building Standards Summit will look to address these issues and more.

This is going to be a landmark event for the building and construction industry. Find out more here

SoCLA members will receive a 15% discount - please email admin@scl.org.au for the discount code.

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