The Architect’s Role in Industry Reform26 January 2020
Join the ACA – QLD/NT committee and guest speaker Bronwyn Weir for a special lunch presentation in Brisbane on Thursday 5 March. Book now!
Bronwyn Weir, lawyer and co-author of the Shergold-Weir Report, will address the following key issues:
• The architects' role in industry reform
• Key findings of the Shergold-Weir Report
• Initiatives and programs required to implement the recommendations
• Contributions of the architectural profession, including consultation with governnments and other effective ways to manage and deal with the issues
In 2017, the Building Ministers’ Forum (BMF) asked Professor Peter Shergold and Ms Bronwyn Weir to assess the effectiveness of compliance and enforcement systems for the building and construction industry across Australia. The Building Confidence Report (also known as the Shergold-Weir Report) was released in February 2018. It includes 24 recommendations to address the effectiveness of the compliance and enforcement systems for the industry. To gain maximum benefit from this event, we recommend you review the report prior to the event.
Our Speaker – Ms Bronwyn Weir
Bronwyn is the co-author of the Building Confidence Report. Her appointment with Professor Shergold to undertake this work reflects her reputation as a legal advisor on building regulations for more than 20 years. Bronwyn has been advising the NSW and WA governments on their implementation of the Building Confidence Report and she is also part of the Expert Advisory Group appointed to advise the ABCB on its work to develop a national framework for the implementation of the report. Bronwyn is an inaugural Board member of the recently established International Building Quality Centre at University of Canberra. Other related work includes advising on the Victorian Government’s response to combustible cladding and on security of payment reforms for the Queensland Government.
12.30pm for 1–3pm
Thursday, 5 March 2020
Glasgow Room, United Services Club,
183 Wickham Terrace, Brisbane
Member $120 / Non-member $140
Tables of 8 $960 or 10 $1200 (Prices include GST)
1 formal CPD point
Register your attendance and reserve your place here by 5pm on Friday, 28 February 2020.