As a not-for-profit organisation, our core purpose is to provide leadership in the field of waterborne transport infrastructure to advance the communities, economies and environments in Australia and New Zealand. To ensure we are delivering on this purpose and in the spirit of continuous improvement, we are keen to hear from our valuable members and interested colleagues.
PIANC De Paepe-Willems Award 2022 For this prestigious and generous PIANC International prize, young professionals (under 40) are invited to submit a paper on subjects
Dave Hopper looks forward to sharing the WG195 report with peers in Australia and working to promote Ecosystems Services concepts incorporation into WTI projects.
Call out for new MarCom Working Group WG240 – Guidance for ports in small island countries. Apply now!
WG208 analyses state-of-the-art and best practices when planning for automation in container terminals. Congrats to all involved especially PIANC ANZ contributors Carsten Varming and Tom Condie!
Two new highly relevant MarCom Working Groups – calling for ANZ representation – BIM for Marine Projects, and Tsunami Mitigation in Ports. Apply now!
PIANC is calling for nominations from National Sections for a new MarCom Working Group. WG224 Planning of Fishing Ports will be an update of WG18. Apply to the PIANC ANZ Board by 15 Feb 2021.
The first cohort completed PIANC ANZ’s inaugural Mentoring Program in December 2020. Participants came from a variety of maritime organisations from around the region. Feedback from both mentors and mentees shows the experience to be enjoyable and very valuable. A second round will begin in March 2021.
Call out for new Working Group – WG236 Sustainable Management of the Navigability of Free Flow Rivers
PIANC is calling for nominations from National Sections for a new joint InCom/EnviCom Working Group. Sustainable Management of the Navigability of Free Flow Rivers. Apply to the PIANC ANZ Board by 29 Jan 2021.
THIS SEMINAR IS NOW AVAILABLE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL
PIANC ANZ APAC2020 kicked off on 1 Dec with the pre-Conference symposium on “Nature Based Solutions for Coasts, Ports and Estuaries”.
At the recent PIANC ANZ AGM we welcomed two new members to our Board, Laurence Benn and Jackie Spiteri. Laurence is Principal Engineer – Critical
The PIANC ANZ Mentoring Program aims to provide members with an opportunity of giving back to their coastal and maritime industry colleagues through sharing professional
The video is now available for PIANC WA Chapter’s free online seminar on climate change adaptation for ports and maritime infrastructure and operations. Presented by PIANC’s