CIB World Building Congress 2013, Brisbane (CIB)

Organization: Queensland University of Technology,

Venue: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Location: South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Event Date/Time: May 05, 2013 End Date/Time: May 09, 2013
Registration Date: May 05, 2013
Early Registration Date: Mar 22, 2013
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Description

The CIB World Building Congress 2013 will showcase some of the world’s best research and development in the built environment and construction sectors by a global research network of more than 5,000 members focused on innovation. This year’s triennial event focuses on the relationship between construction and society, especially how research helps maximise the contribution of constructed assets to social goals, and meet emerging social needs. Session themes range from engineering to architecture, planning, safety, marketing and law.

The Congress will represent more than 50 CIB Working Commissions and Task Groups, in session themes ranging from engineering to planning, architecture, safety, marketing and law.

This is an opportunity to network with academic, business and industry leaders and share and build knowledge from many perspectives. It is also an opportunity to visit Brisbane, the capital of Queensland and a city which continues to recover from natural climatic disasters that require significant investment, innovation and ongoing reconstruction.

Conference registrations are now open and the website gives all the details.

Venue

Cnr Merivale and Glenelg Streets
Queensland
Australia
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Organizations

Queensland University of Technology,
Gardens Point
Brisbane
Queensland
4000
Australia

Conference Speakers

Dr Wim Bakens, Secretary General, CIB

Professor Martin Fischer, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and (by Courtesy) Computer Science, Stanford University.

Brian Krause, Manager, Integrated Building Solutions Turner Construction Company.

Peter Verwer, Chief Executive, Property Council Australia

Shyam Sunder, Director of the Engineering Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), U.S. Department of Commerce

Graeme Newton, Chief Executive Officer, Queensland Reconstruction Authority

Peter Barrett MSc PhD DSc FRICS, Professor of Management in Property and Construction, Salford University, UK

Carole Le Gall,  Chief Executive Director of the CSTB (Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment)

Professor Lyn Beazley, Chief Scientist of Western Australia

Pieter Burghout, Chief Executive, Building Research Association of New Zealand (BRANZ)

Peter Barda, Executive Director, Australian Construction Industry Forum

Julieanne Alroe, CEO and Managing Director, Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Limited

Michael Roche, Chief Executive, Queensland Resources Council (QRC)

Mark Menhinnitt, Chief Executive Officer, Construction and Infrastructure, Australia

Caroline Pidcock, Director PIDCOCK Architecture + Sustainability, Sydney, Australia