Barangaroo Reserve Project Sydney, Auckland

22 September, 2017 | 07:30 - 08:30

Venue address:

Aurecon Auckland
139 Carlton Gore Road
Newmarket
Auckland
New Zealand
The Barangaroo Reserve was awarded the Edmund Hambly Medal for setting a global benchmark for sustainable development within a major city.
The Barangaroo Reserve was awarded the Edmund Hambly Medal for setting a global benchmark for sustainable development within a major city.

About this event

The Edmund Hambly Medal recognises an engineering project that makes a substantial contribution to sustainable development. Last year it went to The Barangaroo Reserve. The Reserve is a waterfront development in Sydney.

The completed project is a public recreational space, which sets a global benchmark for urban renewal and sustainable development within a major city. Hear about the engineering challenges and triumphs from Aurecon Technical Director Ken O'Neill who worked on the project for almost four years.

This is a free event courtesy of your NZ ICE Local Association. Please register your intention to attend by emailing: transtasman@ice.org.uk so we know approximate numbers for catering.

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