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23 Aug
Who is the Superintendent?

This seminar will provide a practical approach, exploring the role of Superintendent and how it can provide benefits to a project for a smooth process and delivery. It will also provide an insight into challenges with the role and how these challenges can be managed to create strong benefits for a project.

Currently in Perth, there is a growing interest within the construction industry about the role of Superintendent. Who is the Superintendent? What is their role within a project? Why are they important?

This seminar will provide a practical approach, exploring the role of Superintendent and how it can provide benefits to a project for a smooth process and delivery. It will also provide an insight into challenges with the role and how these challenges can be managed to create strong benefits for a project.


Speaker: Gordon Bateup I Director – Project Manager I ACORPP
FRICS, Msc Project Management, BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying, MAIPM, AAIQS


Gordon has over 17 years of experience, locally and internationally, in both public and private sector construction and fit out projects. Gordon has a strong focus covering project management and quantity surveying with a strong focus towards project management, cost management, procurement, risk and sustainability. Gordon is also Greenstar Accredited and a NABERS Assessor and has written a paper on Benefits Management for the workplace.


Gordon heads the project management division at ACORPP, a company that provides project management and corporate property consultancy services to tenants and other users of corporate real estate. Gordon is currently the Project Manager for the Supreme Court Civil Fit out at the new development of the Old Treasury Building (OTB) and has recently finished the new Bankwest Headquarters utilising an ABW (Activity Based Working) environment. Gordon was also responsible for the handover and delivery of the Woodside Headquarters in Perth and while working in the UK, Gordon worked at Heathrow Airport in their capital projects.


With an international perspective on construction and fit out project management, along with a wealth of experience in manag-ing key projects in Western Australia, Gordon brings a dynamic approach to the industry.

 

Date: Wednesday 25 Sept 2013
Venue: Central Park, 152-158 St Georges Terrace
Registration: 5-5:15 pm, 5.20 pm - 6.30 pm (inc. Q&A)
Drinks: 6.30 pm - 7 pm

 

Pricing

Members $25.00
Non-Members $30.00
Prices inclusive of GST.
Includes networking drinks

 

Book Now

Book online at http://www.trybooking.com/DKAP or contact RICS WA at wa@rics.org.au or +61 8 6141 3156

 

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