CIBW062 Symposium offers a unique opportunity for the building and construction industry to come together to share knowledge, network and experience on-site case studies on water supply and drainage for buildings. 

70+ PRESENTERS

140 DELEGATES

INDUSTRY TRADE

14+ HOURS NETWORKING

Registration Information

EARLY BIRD NOW CLOSED 

Full Rates 

CIB Member                          $990
CIB Non Member                 $1190
Accompanying Person         $900
Student Fee*                          $750

*(Must be currently studying)

All figures are inclusive of 10% goods & services tax (GST) and in Australian dollars.
Payment is via Visa, MasterCard and AMEX. A credit card surcharge of 3% will be charged at time of booking.

Registration Fees include the following:

  • Participation in 3 off site tours at various Melbourne locations on water supply and drainage for buildings
  • Welcome reception on the banks of the Yarra River at Rivers Edge – Sunday 8th September
  • Two full days of conferencing including keynote presentations and technical papers
  • Over 10 hours of networking
  • Monday Conference dinner at The Park – Overlooking Albert Park Lake

Delegate Program Overview

Sunday 8th September
10:00am – 4:00pm Offsite Technical Tours
5:30pm – 8:30pm Welcome Reception
Monday 9th September
9:00am – 5:00pm Full Day Conference
Evening At Leisure (Melbourne Dine Around)
Tuesday 10th September
9:00am – 5:00pm Full Day Conference
6.30pm – 11.30pm Gala Dinner at The Park

Partners Program Overview

Sunday 8th September
10:00am – 4:00pm Offsite Technical Tours
5:30pm – 8:30pm Welcome Reception
Monday 9th September
9:00am – 4:00pm Melbourne Tour
Evening At Leisure (Melbourne Dine Around)
Tuesday 10th September
9:00am – 4:00pm Melbourne Tour
6.30pm – 11.30pm Gala Dinner at The Park

KEY PROGRAM THEMES

  • Sustainable Construction, water conservation.
  • Health and Hygiene aspects related to Plumbing Systems
  • Modelling of water supply and drainage for buildings
  • Management and maintenance of water supply and drainage for buildings
  • Performance of materials, components and systems used for water supply and drainage in Buildings
  • Plumbing Commissioning

NOTE: Organising and Scientific Committees are required to attend the Plenary Meeting on Saturday 7th September at 5PM.

PARTNERS PROGRAM

Melbourne is known as the event capital of Australia and whilst your partners are busy at the conference, we have organised some interesting activities and tours for you.

Be captivated by the beauty of our country with a trip to one of our top winery producing areas, to the Yarra Valley OR the Mornington Peninsula, with lunch to be enjoyed at the winery.
The day will also include art and culture or a a visit to the famous Healesville Sanctuary with our native Australian animals.

A walking tour of Melbourne weaving through the laneways where you can view the street art that Melbourne has become famous for, is on show. Sample culinary delights at some of our finest food destinations and take in the colour and movement that has put Melbourne on the map as a must see destination.

We also have wonderful cooking schools and you might like to join a class to learn some new tricks for your culinary repertoire. Closer to the city, we also have eclectic streets with shopping and Melbourne is home to some of the finest art galleries.

Our stunning coastline to the south west is also known for the famous Great Ocean Road, where a whole day trip includes the sights of the magnificent region.

Wednesday 11th – Friday 13th September – World Plumbing Conference worldplumbingconference.com

Social Events

Welcome Reception: Sunday 8th September  
 
Please join us at Rivers Edge, from 5.30pm for Welcome Drinks and canapés to mark the official opening of the Symposium. Rivers Edge is located along Melbourne’s Yarra River with city skyline and waterfront views, the perfect backdrop where colleagues can catch up in a relaxed atmosphere. 
Gala Dinner at the Park: Tuesday 10th September 
 
This year’s Gala Dinner will be held at The Park Albert Park, a stunning lakeside venue where delegates can enjoy a spectacular dinner showcasing the multicultural cuisine that has made Melbourne famous. The evening will offer endless opportunities to network, all whilst enjoying a five-star culinary experience.  

Accommodation

Located near Melbourne’s vibrant South Wharf district, this five-star luxury hotel features a collection of rooms and suites designed for a good night’s rest. Take in panoramic views of the city, Port Philip Bay and the Yarra River from floor-to-ceiling windows and enjoy their amazing amenities.

Accommodation for the conference has been arranged in Deluxe Rooms. Rooms come with spectacular views of Port Phillip Bay, as well as impressive entertainment offerings and a separate walk-in shower and bathtub, to make for a relaxing stay.

Breakfast will be available each day in Dock 37 Bar & Kitchen.

Pan Pacific Melbourne

South Wharf, 2 Convention Centre Pl, Melbourne
Phone: +61 3 9027 2000

We have reserved rooms on hold for CIB W062 Delegates.  Please make all accommodation bookings and payments directly through the Registration Portal to receive these special rates.  Don’t delay or you may miss out!

Price:
$289 per person per night inc breakfast for one or
$309 for double with breakfast for two

Sponsorship

The CIBW062 Symposium represents a unique opportunity for industries to gain exposure to the building and construction community. Don’t miss your opportunity to be at the forefront of leaders in water supply and drainage for buildings. A range of exciting and innovative sponsorship packages are available. Please download the Sponsorship Prospectus HERE

For all enquiries, please contact:

Brad Williams
Director (Hydraulic Services)
Sellick Consultants Pty Ltd

E: brad@sellickconsultants.com.au 

CIB is the acronym for the INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION.

CIB was established in 1953 as an Association whose objectives were to stimulate and facilitate international cooperation and information exchange between governmental research institutes in the building and construction sector, with an emphasis on those institutes engaged in technical fields of research.

CIB has since developed into a worldwide network of over 5000 experts from about 500 member organizations with a research, university, industry or government background, who collectively are active in all aspects of research and innovation for building and construction. Within the Commission W062 of CIB, the attention goes to the field of water supply and drainage for buildings.

Melbourne

Melbourne is the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria. At the city’s centre is the modern Federation Square development, with plazas, bars, and restaurants by the Yarra River.

Melbourne is a hip, dynamic metropolis, with an exciting city centre, inner-city neighborhoods that are full of unique character, and lush green parks and mountain ranges where you can enjoy Australian nature at its finest.

With Melbourne’s combination of world-class dining, art galleries, homegrown fashion and a packed sports calendar, it’s no surprise Victoria’s capital is regarded the world’s most livable city!

WEATHER
Melbourne may be known for its fickle weather – the city has been described as having four seasons in one day – but it can still be enjoyed all year round. Melbourne warms up in summer with mean temperatures between 14 – 25.3°C (57.2 – 77.5°F). These months are dry, with occasional hot spells that can last more than three days. Melbourne’s top temperatures are usually in January and February, when temperatures can occasionally soar past 30°C (86°F).

Hot spots to see whilst in Melbourne include:

  • Street Art: Melbourne is very well-known for its street art, being considered one of the street art capitals of the world.
  • Flinders Street Station: The main entrance to Flinders Street Station is a picturesque cultural symbol of Melbourne you’ll find on many postcards or tourist brochures: this gorgeous building was opened in 1910, and it is listed on the Victorian heritage register.
  • Botanical Gardens: The Botanic Gardens are walking distance from the city centre, and offer an oasis of calm, peace and greenery just outside of the urban bustle.
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground: Home to the Melbourne Cricket Club, the stadium also plays host to the wildly popular AFL, as well as international soccer, rugby and various other events
  • Taste of Italy: The Lygon Street Italian Precinct, also known as Little Italy, is a gorgeous leafy street running through several Melbournian suburbs.
  • The Dandenong Ranges: The Dandenong Ranges is a gorgeous mountain range on the outskirts of Melbourne, and it’s a perfect spot for walkers, cyclists, hikers, nature-lovers and bird-watchers.
  • DFO (Direct Factory Outlets) – South Wharf
    Located only one minute walk from Pan Pacific – here you will find the latest fashion outlets without the huge price tags.
  • Crown Casino: Located 5min walk around the River’s edge towards Spencer Street, Crown Casino is a destination where every experience is designed to indulge your senses with a little something extra. Featuring loads of dining, designer shopping, gaming and entertainment all under the one roof.
  • Southbank: Southbank draws a sophisticated crowd to its cultural venues, which include the Malthouse theater, based in a restored brewery, and the state-of-the-art Melbourne Recital Centre which hosts classical concerts. The lively riverside promenades feature al fresco fine dining and cargo sheds housing craft-beer bars.
  • Federation Square: Home to major cultural attractions, world-class events, tourism experiences and an exceptional array of restaurants, bars and specialty stores, this modern piazza has become the heart and soul of Melbourne. It covers an area of 3.2 ha at the intersection of Flinders Street and Swanston Street built above busy railway lines and across the road from Flinders Street station.
  • Bourke Street Mall: Take a deep breath and dive into the bustling hive of commerce that is the Bourke Street Mall, emerging hours later, arms laden with shopping bags, ears reverberating with the sounds of the street’s lively buskers. Melbourne’s retail heart links Swanston and Elizabeth streets and is only open to trams and pedestrians. Listen out for the bells of approaching trams as you drift between department stores and the flagships of fashion retailers.

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Contact

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If you have any queries regarding your registration please contact KE Creative on +61 3 9866 4111

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