FRAME 2016 CON­FER­ENCE – SPEAK­ERS PRO­GRAM

Australasian Timber - - FRAME -

1 - Tim­ber and wood in build­ing con­struc­tion

“Build­ing con­struc­tion with pre­fab­ri­cated tim­ber and en­gi­neered wood” (Top­ics for all del­e­gates)

“Shap­ing De­sign for Tim­ber-Real Creative So­lu­tions”

Dy­lan Brady, Con­duc­tor, Deci­bel Ar­chi­tec­ture

“Trends and op­por­tu­ni­ties in pre­fab­ri­cated build­ing sys­tem de­vel­op­ments”

Ray Thomp­son, Gen­eral Man­ager – In­no­va­tion & Mar­ket De­vel­op­ment, CSR Build­ing Prod­ucts

“En­gi­neered wood in build­ing con­struc­tion and new prod­uct de­vel­op­ments”

(Speaker to be con­firmed) Dis­cus­sion fo­rum with speak­ers and panel mem­bers

Morn­ing break

2A - New de­vel­op­ments in taller tim­ber build­ings (De­sign & Build­ing top­ics)

“How high can we go? A re­view of cur­rent and new NCC tim­ber build­ing height in­creases to ap­ply in May”

An­drew Dunn, CEO, Tim­ber De­vel­op­ment As­so­ci­a­tion (NSW) “Cost com­par­isons and de­sign con­sid­er­a­tions for an 8 storey tim­ber apart­ment build­ing”

Richard Smith, MBM Con­struc­tion con­sul­tancy

“Ini­tia­tives for de­sign­ers and builders to as­sist the spec­i­fi­ca­tion of tim­ber con­struc­tion sys­tems”

Eileen New­bury, Mar­ket­ing & Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Man­ager, For­est & Wood Prod­ucts Aus­tralia

Dis­cus­sion fo­rum with speak­ers and panel mem­bers

2B - Man­u­fac­tur­ing tech­nolo­gies and plant au­to­ma­tion (Tim­ber & Pre­fab­ri­ca­tion top­ics)

“Pan­elised con­struc­tion sys­tem ben­e­fits for mid and high-rise res­i­den­tial de­vel­op­ments” Adam Strong, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor / Part­ner, Strong­build.

“New con­cepts and in­ter­na­tional tech­nolo­gies emerg­ing in pre­fab­ri­ca­tion plants”

Char­lie Hutch­ings, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, Hun­deg­ger Aus­trala­sia

“Plant pro­duc­tiv­ity im­prove­ments from au­to­ma­tion to in­crease out­put and lower costs”

Ran­dek speaker, Swe­den (TBC)

Dis­cus­sion fo­rum with speak­ers and panel mem­bers

Lunch break

3A - En­gi­neer­ing & man­age­ment of tim­ber build­ing con­struc­tion (De­sign & Build­ing top­ics)

“En­gi­neer­ing so­lu­tions for tim­ber and wood mid-rise and high-rise build­ing con­struc­tion”

Barry Young, Di­rec­tor, Tay­lor Thom­son Whit­ting (TTW) “Ad­vance­ments in de­sign and con­struc­tion of mid-rise wood framed build­ings in the past 20 years”

Joe Polder, Ter­ri­tory Man­ager-Orange County Cal­i­for­nia, Simp­son Strong-Tie North Amer­ica

“The plan­ning process re­quired for de­sign, sup­ply and con­struc­tion of tim­ber build­ings”

Jar­rod Ker­rins, Project/Pro­duc­tion Man­ager, Tim­ber­built So­lu­tions.

Dis­cus­sion fo­rum with speak­ers and panel mem­bers

3B - Pre­fab­ri­cated panel sys­tems pro­duc­tion and sup­ply (Tim­ber & Pre­fab­ri­ca­tion top­ics)

“De­vel­op­ments in pro­duc­tion, sup­ply and in­stal­la­tion process for pre­fab panel sys­tems”

Hans­bert Ott, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, HOMAG / Wein­mann, Ger­many

“The fu­ture is 3D soft­ware for CAD/CAM dig­i­tal fab­ri­ca­tion in tim­ber frame and mass tim­ber con­struc­tion”

Lau­rent De­cos­terd, Pres­i­dent, Cad­work Canada.

“New con­cepts in pre-as­sem­bled closed wall panel & floor cas­sette sys­tems for dwellings”

(speaker to be con­firmed)

Dis­cus­sion fo­rum with speak­ers and panel mem­bers

Af­ter­noon break

4 - The fu­ture for tim­ber build­ing sys­tems (Top­ics for all del­e­gates)

“Think dif­fer­ently and find in­no­va­tive so­lu­tions for multi-res­i­den­tial tim­ber con­struc­tion”

(Speaker to be con­firmed)

“Fu­ture sup­ply of tim­ber and en­gi­neered wood prod­ucts to Aus­tralian mar­kets”

Erkki Va­likan­gas, Head of Over­seas Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment, Stora Enso Build­ing So­lu­tions Aus­tralia.

“Creative ar­chi­tec­tural de­sign with tim­ber in sus­tain­able build­ings for the fu­ture”

Ge­off Cro­ker, Prin­ci­pal, FJMT Stu­dio (Fran­cis-Jones More­hen Thorp Ar­chi­tects).

Dis­cus­sion fo­rum with speak­ers and panel mem­bers

Con­fer­ence Clos­ing Hospi­tal­ity

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