Please view our range of news covering everything from PIANC Australia updates, working groups, events and more.
PIANC Working Group 218 which is looking at the implications of invasive alien species for waterborne transport infrastructure, held
An exciting two day Pre-Conference Symposium Nature-based Solutions for Coasts, Ports, and Estuaries on 15 - 16 June
Engineering project examples highlighted in the Engineering with Nature Atlas illustrated the diverse opportunities and growing community of
There are some exciting speakers lined up for PIANC's Pre-Coasts & Ports Seminar, Crisis Management and Natural Disaster
PIANC A-NZ Member Carsten Varming was selected for participation in the new PIANC Mar-Com WG208 Planning for Automation
PIANC MarCom WG 159's state-of-the-art report 'Renewables and Energy Efficiency for Maritime Ports' has been released 167 pages
PIANC's 'Design Principles for Dry Bulk Marine Terminals' has just been released - congratulations to the Working Group
Panama Papers and Abstracts Fully Available All papers presented at PIANC’s 34th World Congress are now downloadable from the new PIANC International
After 18 years as Chair of PIANC ANZ, Neil Lawson has been appointed a Vice President of PIANC International, the first Australian in the role since PIANC’s founding in 1885. And he’s already making an impact.
PIANC International Working Group 153B aims to complete “Recommendations for the Design and Assessment of Marine Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Terminals” by 2020. The updated document will provide guidance to owners and designers of oil and gas terminals worldwide, to facilitate the protection of public health, safety and the environment.
Recent years have seen a step change in the attention to the health of the Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Much of the Queensland Port industry has been exposed to significant regulatory and policy change, particularly related to its dredging activities.
The first PIANC Australia event to be held in South Australia recently took place in Port Adelaide. The networking sundowner event, hosted by the Young Professionals Commission (YP-Com), provided a great opportunity for the local coastal and maritime community to get together and learn more about PIANC.
We are happy to announce that the 3rd PIANC YP-Com Asia-Pacific Seminar is to be held in Korea. To show you our inland waters as well as marine port, we have prepared two venues for this seminar, which are in Seoul and Busan.
Five new members joined the PIANC Australia board at the 2018 AGM held on 22 June. Chair Will Glamore was delighted to welcome Luke Campbell (WA), Chris Carboon (Vic), Katrina Dodd (WA), Peter Engelen (NSW) and Kevin Kane (Qld), noting their representative geographical spread across the country, and their impressive collective level of expertise and energy.
Full program for the upcoming seminar on Port Planning: Trends, Issues and Hot Topics at the Portside Conference Centre, 207 Kent St, Sydney CBD, NSW 2000, on Thursday & Friday 21 – 22 June.
Darwin is Australia’s northernmost capital city, situated in a beautiful harbour setting with pristine coastal beaches and shorelines.
PIANC Australia’s Young Professionals Commission (YP-Com) is pleased to announce its first networking sundowner of 2018, taking place at Helm Bar in Darling Harbour (Sydney) from 5:30pm on Thursday 8th March.
It is my great honour to be elected as the Chair of PIANC Australia. Over the past 19 years, under the leadership of Neil Lawson and the PIANC Board, PIANC Australia has grown to become an integral part of the port and maritime industry. Read more about what we aim to achieve!
the BTV was an amazing week full of interesting and inspiring technical tours and presentations. Great thanks to Will Glamore and everyone from PIANC Australia for the organisation of not only a fantastic Biennial Technical Visit, but a unique combination of events with the AGA, BTV and the Australasian Coasts & Ports 2017 Conference all well-aligned, creating fantastic additional joint activities and networking events.