The case for steel potable water reservoirs

Start time: 5:00pm AEST. Material selection, sustainability, reducing carbon footprint and steel corrosion protection.
The case for steel potable water reservoirs

About this event

At this event, you will learn the difference between capital and operational expenditures for a steel potable water reservoir and a concrete potable water reservoir.

Event program

5:00pm—5:30pm: Registering and networking
5:30pm—6:30pm: Presentation
6:30pm—7:00pm: Networking

About the speaker

Speaker headshot

Oscar Duyvestyn
Principal Consultant - Coatings & Advanced Materials, AECOM

Oscar is a Principal Consultant in corrosion prevention and materials performance, specialising in protective coatings and tank linings. With almost 30 years in the industry, Oscar has conducted more than 300 condition assessments and prepared more than 500 technical specifications for the protection of complex steel and concrete structures and the remediation of existing infrastructure.

Oscar has experience in shipbuilding and repair, on and offshore oil and gas, mining, ore processing, ports and marine, transport and bridges, water and sewerage, defence, and conventional and renewable energy. He has worked in Australia, Europe, The Middle East, China and PNG.

Event Date Time
28 / 06 / 2022 05:00 pm–07:00 pm
Registration Closes
28 / 06 / 2022 05:00 pm
Venue
Central Queensland University
Corner Abbott Street and Shields Street
Cairns
,
Queensland
,
4870
Cost
Event Registration
Member Rate
0.00
0.00
Event Registration
Technical Society Member Rate
30.00
27.27
Event Registration
Student Member Rate
0.00
0.00
Event Registration
Non-Member Rate
30.00
27.27
Event Contact
  • Contact:
    Engineers Australia Member Services
  • Phone:
    1300 653 113
  • Email:
Maximum CPD Hours
1