On May 19, 2021 ISCA Connect will host their annual conference with this year’s theme focusing on ‘Resilience and the Role of an Infrastructure Led Recovery’.
The event will highlight how ISCA intends to build a sustainable future in a post-covid world.
ISCA Connect 2021 will be held both virtually and in person and key sessions include:
- Technology, regional growth, climate risk & workforce wellbeing
- Building capacity and capability for the future
- Towards Net Zero
- Circular Economy
- Resilience – Finance, Government and practical action
- Innovations and Impact
Key Note Speakers include:
- The Hon Andrew Constance (Minister for Roads & Transport)
- Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons (Commissioner of Resilience NSW)
- Ainsley Simpson (CEO, Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia)
- Romilly Madew (CEO, Infrastructure Australia)
Tickets for attending the conference on the day include:
- Access to all sessions and panels
- Opportunities to participate in Q and A’s with all speakers
- Access to ISupply exhibitions
- Opportunities for networking, share knowledge and connect
- Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided
- Access to the recorded live stream
The event will be held at The Calyx at the Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney, NSW.
Early Bird tickets are available until Wednesday, 28 of April. For more event information click here.
The Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) is a not-for-profit, member-based body that operates across both Australia and New Zealand. The organisation focuses on enabling sustainability outcomes in infrastructure through a variety of ways including their Infrastructure Sustainability (IS) rating scheme that’s looks at for planning, design, construction and operations of infrastructure assets as well as through providing education, training and capacity building.
The organisation looks to connect sustainable product and service suppliers with projects through ISupply and bring together experts to share industry knowledge, lift community of practice and ensure there is recognition and rewards for best practices.