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Stories from Day 1 (12th, Oct, 99):
Stories from Day 2 (13th, Oct, 99):
The Conference started on a high note with a warm welcome from the Wagga Wagga organisers, fine weather and content rich presentations.
The Conference continued at a fast pace with more exciting presentations keeping the Delegates on the edge of their seats.
Timetable from Day 3 (14th, Oct, 99):
Today is Field Day with insitu demonstrations of the latest innovations ontroduced to the Industry
Pipes Wagga Wagga '99 will be held at the Charles Sturt University Convention Centre in Wagga Wagga. The vibrant city of Wagga Wagga, situated on the beautiful Murrumbidgee River, is the largest inland city in New South Wales, and one of Australia's most important agricultural regions. The Riverina Campus of Charles Sturt University, extending over more than 600 hectares, is one of the largest regional tertiary institutions outside the metropolitan area. The campus is an easy 9 kilometres north of Wagga Wagga city and boasts well-equipped, comfortable Convention and Conference facilities.
The objective of the Conference is to provide engineers and practitioners with practical skills and tools to assist in dealing with pipes. The objective of Pipes Wagga Wagga '99 is to challenge delegates to examine their daily work practices and asks them to discuss how to ensure more efficient methods are always applied.
This year the Conference theme is "A Vested Interest in Pipes with an Emphasis on Pipeline Renewal" and the following topics will be explored in further detail:
The feature of Pipes Wagga Wagga has always been the quality presentations relevant to the industry. A sharing of actual experiences, live field demonstrations of reliners, pipe crackers, data equipment pipe location experts, pipe inspection equipment, suppliers, contractors and pipe cleaners are incorporated in the Conference.
- Structure and Materials
- Construction including Trenchless Technology
- Condition Assessment
- Managing Stormwater, treatment techniques
- Water Infrastructure
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Planners, local authorities, engineers, scientists, consulting engineers, industrialists, environmentalists, equipment suppliers, contractors, service contractors, academics and researchers.
For more information:
- Download: Word Document (72k)
- Visit: http://www.wagga.nsw.gov.au/Pipes99/Pipes.asp