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Learn how Australia Pacific Airports Melbourne project teams have been able to schedule construction works and develop an approval process for runway closures, taxiway closures and downgrades, gate closures, and roadway closures allowing for a safe and coordinated programmed that complies with the operational requirements of the airport as it embarks on the largest construction programme of works in its history. Hosted by the Asset Management Council, guests will hear from Alex Pavlickovski, Asset Performance Manager at Melbourne Airport.
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Australia Pacific Airports Melbourne (APAM) is currently embarking on the largest construction programme of works in its history, which includes a third runway, new taxiways, terminal expansion and landside road access improvement.

One of the challenges when working within an operational airport is the ability to get access to critical infrastructure to complete construction works.

During this event, hosted by the Asset Management Council, guests will hear from Alex Pavlickovski, Asset Performance Manager at Melbourne Airport.

Alex will educate us about how the project teams are able to schedule construction works and develop an approval process for runway closures, taxiway closures and downgrades, gate closures, and roadway closures allowing for a safe and coordinated programmed that complies with the operational requirements of the airport.

Date
19 / 09 / 2019 - 05:30 pm to 07:30 pm
Registration Closes
19 / 09 / 2019 12:00 pm
Venue
Rendevous Hotel
328 Flinders Street
Melbourne
,
VIC
,
Cost
  • Members:
    $0.00
  • Non Members:
    $30.00
Key Speaker(s)
Alex Pavlickovski
Host(s)
Asset Management Council
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