NZIQS 2019 Conference - Reinforcing the Future

19/06/2019 - 22/06/2019 • Rutherford Hotel Nelson, 340 Trafalgar Square, Nelson
The Conference is the major event in the NZIQS calendar, bringing together quantity surveyors and industry representatives to network, learn and share ideas about our industry. The NZIQS Conference is a great place to connect with quantity surveyors from both professional and contracting companies - 2018 in Dunedin saw over 260 delegates attend, and this number continues to grow each year – the most NZIQS members you will get in one room all year! There are also excellent networking opportunities to build new relationships and find out what the burning issues are within our industry.
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Speakers

Sponsors

Exhibitors

Schedule

  • 19 June
  • 20 June
  • 21 June
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Alistair Dickie

Hilti

21 June

Andrew Eagles

Chief Executive
NZ Green Building Council
Andrew is a qualified economist with more than fourteen years’ experience in the built environment. Working for consultancies, associations, government and built environment charities, he has a wealth of knowledge in housing, market mechanism, advocacy and the construction supply chain.
Andrew joined the New Zealand Green Building Council in September 2016 as Chief Executive. The NZGBC is the country’s leading not-for-profit for the sustainable built environment. As well as exemplary research, the NZGBC oversees Homestar and Green Star the award winning certifications for New Zealand homes and buildings, and NABERSNZ, the tool for confirming performance of offices in use.

20 June

Barry Calvert

President
NZIQS
Barry’s career in construction began with a builder’s apprenticeship in July 1983, transitioning from ‘on the tools’ work into quantity surveying in the late 90’s. Over the last 17 years he has held various QS, PM and management roles gaining significant experience in commercial, industrial, civil and infrastructure sectors.


Barry specialises in concept and detailed estimating, cost planning and client advisory services. He is also keenly interested in the Asset Management space (condition assessment & reinstatement estimates) along with growing experience in Risk Based
estimating.

Barry is a Member, New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors (MNZIQS), NZIQS Registered Quantity Surveyor and Licenced Building Practioner. His special competencies include, Quantity Surveying – all aspects, including cost planning and scheduling; asset valuation, condition assessment, reinstatement estimates; and contracts, procurement and post contract administration.

20 June

Cameron Bagrie

Economist
Bagrie Economics
Cameron has been an economist for 20 years. For over 11 years he was the Chief Economist at ANZ, heading a team that was consistently ranked No. 1 for its analysis of the New Zealand economy. He developed a reputation for taking a forthright stand on even the hardest of economic issues. He’s also worked as an economist at the National Bank, Treasury and Statistics New Zealand.
At ANZ Cameron took the team beyond commentary on the usual economic indicators and wrote extensively on everything from agriculture to banking and credit facilitation, key industries and Government fiscal policy.
His approach to economics is pragmatic and non-ideological. Too much commentary focuses on what the Reserve Bank does while ignoring microeconomics and the wider economy. As a public speaker Cameron has a real talent for communicating complex issues in layperson’s language.
Cameron holds B Com from the University of Otago and an M Com from the University of Canterbury.

20 June

Geoff Bryan

MC
Geoff Bryan has been lucky enough to spend much of his professional life getting paid for what he enjoys doing rather than working. He is best known as a long-standing television sports broadcaster, and has 35 years experience in the media.

A graduate of Victoria University in politics and history, he succumbed to a youthful desire to play rock music for a living with 2ZM in Wellington before moving to TVNZ in the early '80s. In his time with TVNZ, he was lucky enough to travel the world to major sporting events, including eight Olympic Games – a mixture of Summer and Winter games - from the Seoul Games in 1988 through to Beijing in 2008.

He has covered five Commonwealth Games, numerous Rugby, Cricket and Football World Cups and a wide variety of other sports at top level.

He has seen many changes in sport and the media, but the heart of his job remains being able to relate to either the viewer or listener. These skills draw them in, and add value, to what they are either listening to or watching.

Still not sure who Geoff is?  Maybe this retro headshot will jog your memory.....

20 June

21 June

Kent Nixon

Business Development Manager
Thermosash
Kent is no stranger to architecture or construction. As a New Zealand Registered Architect he also holds an NZCAD and has toiled in the construction industry for 27 years from the ground up. With a belief that the best education is from ‘doing’ blended with quality education, he began site labouring when just a lad. He has worked through the industry as a draughtsman, project Architect, part time inventor, Project Manager and Design Manager with a Tier 1 Construction company. His current role is Group Business Development Manager for Thermosash where he works both on and in the business working on strategy, technical coordination and project procurement with their local and international client base of construction companies, commercial building investors and Architects.

20 June

Nathan Faave

6 x Adventure Racing World Champion
Adventure has been the theme in his life since developing a passion for the outdoors and adventure sport when he was a young teenager.
He started running marathons at 16-years old and competed in his first endurance triathlon when he was 17. His first competitive sport was mountain biking where he raced extensively from 1990-1996, as a Cross-country racer he won the NZ Junior Title, South Island Championships, was in the NZ Team for 5-years; qualifying for the Olympics in 1996 (but didn't compete), in that time he competed in Australia, Asia and North America.
From Mountain Biking he switched to Multisport getting two podium placings (2nd & 3rd) in the Speights Coast to Coast.
In 1999 he won the Southern Traverse Adventure Race and that launched him into a career in the sport.
Nathan has been a semi professional and full time professional athlete for 18 years. During that time he has represented New Zealand at 4 different sports, attending 15 World Championships. He has captained the New Zealand Adventure Racing team to 6 World Championship victories. He has competed in 28-countries.
Perhaps what makes his sporting career quite extraordinary is he has battled with a Heart Condition ‘Atrial Fibrillation’ throughout his adult life. He has had three corrective surgeries to manage the condition.

20 June

Paul O'Brien

Director
ConVio Consulting Ltd
Paul O’Brien is a director of ConVio Consulting Limited, a specialist construction consultancy set up by him in 2013 to provide leadership and general management to clients, consultants, main contractors, subcontractors and suppliers across the construction industry with a focus on governance, risk identification and management advice at all stages of projects together with dispute avoidance, dispute management and dispute resolution strategies and implementation.
Prior to focusing full time on ConVio in 2018, Paul held national commercial roles at Fletcher Construction, Leighs, Hawkins and Mainzeal. He has almost 30 years’ experience in the construction industry with half of that time spent in New Zealand.
Paul has represented companies in mediation and participated as both a claimant and defendant in adjudication, arbitration and litigation. He has been appointed to provided expert evidence in adjudication, arbitration and litigation proceedings, including on a matter before the New Zealand Court of Appeal.
Paul is a Chartered and Registered QS, holds an Honours Degree in Law from the Open University, a GradDip in Law from Auckland University and is a graduate of the EY Darden Business School Executive Management Programme. He is a Fellow of the NZIQS and a Member of RICS, the NZIOB and the Institute of Directors. He is also an Associate member of both AMINZ and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

20 June

Peter Degerholm

Calderglen Associates Ltd
Peter Degerholm is a qualified alternative dispute resolution (ADR) practitioner with extensive experience in quantity surveying, management and dispute resolution in the New Zealand building industry.

He holds a Masters Degree in Dispute Resolution, and is a Registered Quantity Surveyor, Fellow (Arbitration & Mediation) of the Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand, Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Professional Member of the Royal institute of Chartered Surveyors, and a current member of Society of Construction Law New Zealand and Dispute Resolution Board Federation.

Peter offers services throughout New Zealand in construction dispute resolution as an ADR practitioner specialising in adjudication under the Construction Contracts Act, mediation and arbitration.

Peter regards education as a key part of dispute prevention. He wrote Managing Contractors’ Cashflow -Making the Construction Contracts Act work for you, which was published in 2003 sold 8,000 copies, and Peter delivered numerous seminars and workshops on the Act. Peter sat on committees for NZS 3910, 3915, 3916 and 3917 Conditions of Contract, and delivers full-day seminars on construction contracts. He also provides consultancy services to owners, contractors and subcontractors on commercial, industrial, infrastructure and residential projects, focusing on disputes and dispute prevention.

Peter has extensive practical experience in specialist contracting and professional QS firms. This allows him to appreciate the complex contractual, legal, technical, financial, performance and quality issues that underlie disputes from all perspectives including client, consultant, contractor and subcontractor.

As consultant and provider of professional services Peter encourages his clients to identify and address potential issues and differences constructively, before they become intractable disputes. He provides strategic advice and support services in documenting, tendering, negotiating and settling contracts, and intervening as appropriate when conflict arises.

20 June

20 June

Pic Picot

Founder
Pic's Peanut Butter
From making peanut butter in a concrete mixer in his garage to being awarded a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to business Pic Picot has come a long way in the past ten years.Pic Picot is the Managing Director of Pic’s Peanut Butter, a simple blend of roasted peanuts and salt that in nearly 10 years has become the best-selling peanut butter in New Zealand.
Pic, a legally blind peanut butter lover, with no experience in the food industry, made his first peanut butter for him and his son’s enjoyment in 2007. He leased a small commercial kitchen and sold some at the Nelson Saturday market.
Pic’s Peanut Butter World, their new factory, cafe and peanut butter experience opens in February 2019. Pic’s currently employs 45 people, produces around 20,000 jars a day. It has forty percent of the New Zealand peanut butter market and exports to the US, UK, South East Asia, China and Australia.

21 June

Rick Herd

CEO
Naylor Love
Rick began his career in construction in 1973 as a cadet engineering officer with the Ministry of Works. He worked his way up through the commercial construction industry, eventually working as a Regional Construction Manager for a large national contractor.
He completed an MBA in 1995, subsequently working in General Manager or Chief Executive roles in the marine engineering contracting, the manufacture of engineered wood products (LVL) and the industrial mechanical construction sectors.

21 June

Naylor Love

Gold Sponsor
Naylor Love is one of the largest national commercial construction companies in New Zealand, with offices in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and Queenstown. We have over 500 employees nationwide, with the capacity and expertise to deliver a diverse range of construction projects.
We are proactive construction partners, known for our honesty, integrity, and can‐do attitude. We employ people who are passionate about construction, and are committed to building long-term relationships.
With a proud history of project delivery stretching back over 100 years, Naylor Love has unrivalled experience in commercial construction.

Rider Levett Bucknall

Gold Sponsor
Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) is an independent global consultancy practice with a commitment to delivering high quality outcomes through advice focused on cost, quality and sustainability within property, infrastructure, construction and facilities. The group is one of the largest providers of Cost Management and Advisory consulting services both in New Zealand and globally. With 7 offices nationally and more than 100 staff, Rider Levett Bucknall has the resources and the flexibility to meet the demands of any project.
And RLB clients now have all the information they need at the tips of their fingertips with RLB Intelligence. To access on-the-spot cost data and analytics, download RLB Intelligence free of charge at your app store or visit rlbintelligence.com

Placemakers

Welcome Function Sponsor

Maltbys

QSEP Programme Sponsor

CMP Construction

Motivational Speaker Sponsor

Winstone Wallboards

Motivational Speaker Sponsor

Steel Construction New Zealand SCNZ

Delegate Keep Bag Sponsor

Thermosash

Coffee Cart Sponsor
Thank you Thermosash for giving us not one but TWO coffee carts!

Harrisons Quantity Surveyors

Conference Speaker Sponsor
"Behind each corporation must be the singular force, or motive, that sets it apart from any other corporate structure and gives it it's particular identity" - Shepherd's Law of Economics
At HARRISONS Quantity Surveyors we take pride in working in partnership with our clients. We are a professional Quantity Surveying Practice providing a comprehensive rang of services. HARRISONS Quantity Surveyors has extensive experience in all aspects of the construction industry including residential, commercial, industrial and insurance. We provide Quantity Surveying services to a wide variety of clients in the private and public sectors.

H H Bunckenburg Trust

Conference Speaker Sponsor
On 10 March 1986 the HH Bunckenburg Memorial Trust was established in partnership with New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors “in recognition of the contribution made to the profession of quantity surveying by the late Henry Herbert Bunckenburg, MBE, ED.”
Henry Herbert Bunckenburg was born in Wellington 28 May 1912, was educated at the Te Aro School and Wellington Technical College. Prior to World War II Henry was a carpenter, he saw war service in Army in the Middle East, rising to the rank of Warrant Officer, and later at Trentham Military Camp as Medical Adjutant being commissioned. On return to civilian life he became a quantity surveyor with the Housing Department under Arch Jones, and soon became his Assistant – a post he held until his retirement in 1975. Henry was not a foundation member of then Quantity Surveyors Institute of New Zealand, but joined as an Associate 21 June 1945. Henry became the institute President twice, in 1954 and 1961-63 - a total of 3 years. He was awarded Fellowship in 1956 and Life Membership in 1972.  He was instrumental in starting the Cadet School for quantity surveyors in the Ministry of Works and Development and was the first full time teacher at the school after retirement. Henry was an outstanding teacher with an excellent exam success rate his teaching had a marked effect on the success of a large number of cadets in qualifying as professional Quantity Surveyors.

L T McGuinness Limited

Conference Speaker Sponsor
LTM was established in 1950 by Lawrence Thomas McGuinness. Since then we have been involved in the construction, fit-out, and refurbishment of many developments of all types and sizes (from $20,000-$150million+). We have a strong presence in Wellington, including key involvement in many of the capital’s landmark buildings and projects. Since 2014 we have been operating in Auckland and continue our record of delivering all our projects on time and to the highest standard.

Rawlinsons

Conference Speaker Sponsor
Rawlinsons is a substantive, pro-active, professional quantity surveying and construction consultancy practice working across New Zealand.

Being able to draw upon the wealth of knowledge and experience provided by our national network and Rawlinsons in-house database, we have invaluable project cost information at our fingertips.
Our cost engineering, quantity surveyors and construction consultants strive to bring your project in on time and within budget, every time.
We provide you with a proactive and innovative service by utilising the collective experience of our specialist team. We utilise the latest international construction cost management techniques and meld them with our historical knowledge of construction methodology and value management, and our extensive database of construction costs.

Savory Construction

Early Bird Registration Sponsor
Savory provides itself on integrity in every aspect of the company. We know our clients appreciate our approachability, accountability and can-do attitude. The group's management take an active, hands-on role in their projects. That's why Savory clients get the attention they deserve, answers when they need them and results that exceed expectations. You can rely on Savory for total contract transparency. Promises made are honored. No arguments. It's little wonder a large proportion of Savory projects are for clients we've worked with previously. How can we help you?

Ecoglo

The demand for Ecoglo photoluminescent (PL) emergency lighting and exit signage solutions continues to increase as building owners and managers realise the benefits.

Current activity includes a major supply contract with CDHB for the new Acute Services Building, and, among others, contracts in Christchurch for AMI Stadium, Boxed Quarter, The Fermentist, plus many general projects around the country including early childhood centres, schools, office buildings, warehouses, etc. Ongoing is the sign replacement market where owners/managers replace battery back-up electrical signs, as they fail, with Ecoglo PL signs.

Ecoglo’s recently released ‘hybrid’ exit sign which uses mains power for charging, but has no batteries, is proving popular. The hybrid sign is installed in areas, such as back stairwells, where the ambient lighting is not sufficient to charge a standard PL sign. The signs are smaller, lighter and don’t need connecting to dedicated wiring, so have less embodied energy and use fewer natural resources than typical electrical signs.

As well as exit signs, Ecoglo has products that can be used to meet F6 "Visibility in Escape Routes".

By utilising the ambient lighting – be it natural or electrical - Ecoglo standard signs and markings significantly reduce the environmental footprint of a building. With no wiring, and no reliance on batteries or lamps, Ecoglo products don’t malfunction, and importantly don’t contribute to toxic waste either. They can be expected to remain functional following natural disasters such as flood, seismic activity and non-catastrophic fire.

Ecoglo systems generate significant savings, not only from the initial cost outlay, but also from the huge reduction in ongoing maintenance and operational costs. A 30-year warranty on standard indoor signs and markers is a huge attraction for astute building owner/managers.

System design is completed following receipt of a fire report showing the escape paths and location of exit signs. An Ecoglo engineer can provide a PS1 (Producer Statement) for the design if required by the local BCA, and can also provide a PS4 on completion of the installation.

Laminex

Gib

Kingspan

The world’s leading provider of products and services with sustainability at their core, Kingspan is recognised throughout the construction industry for its commitment to innovation, design, quality and technical expertise.

Stainless Kitchens

Established in 1980, our staff has extensive knowledge and over 30 years’ experience in the industry catering for the North Island region mainly. We have recently opened a new Stainless Steel fabricating facility in Christchurch giving us the opportunity to cover the country nationwide.
We operate within the food service, hospitality, medical, retail and domestic markets both in New Zealand and the South Pacific. We pride ourselves on our levels of customer service and providing a value increasing and positive experience for all our customers.

Potter Interior Systems

  • We are experts in the distribution of quality products and proven solutions to the commercial construction market throughout New Zealand. Our services include passive fire protection, aluminium partitions, suspended ceiling grid and panels, insulation, whiteboards, pinboards and acoustic wall coverings.

Exactal

Exactal is recognised worldwide as a leading supplier of innovative and advanced software options for quantity surveying and estimating markets.
Our flagship platform CostX® combines comprehensive BIM and 2D takeoff, spreadsheet-based workbooks, professional report production and more.
Exactal operates from nine offices worldwide, supporting a wide range of construction clients.

Konnect Shop

Thermosash

Social Event

Welcome Drinks

05:30 PM 07:00 PM Conference Exhibition Area, Maitai 2 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Conference Plenary

Conference Registration Opens

08:15 AM 09:00 AM Maitai 2 Foyer, Rutherford Hotel

Grab your name tag, mix and mingle with your fellow delegates. And don't forget to grab a coffee from one of the two Thermosash Coffee Carts before heading into conference.
Conference Plenary

Conference Welcome and House Keeping

09:00 AM 09:15 AM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Speakers

Conference Plenary

NZIQS Presidents Update

09:15 AM 09:30 AM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Speakers

Motivational Speaker

Motivational Speaker

09:30 AM 10:30 AM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Nathan has been a semi professional and full time professional athlete for 18 years. During that time he has represented New Zealand at 4 different sports, attending 15 World Championships. He has captained the New Zealand Adventure Racing team to 6 World Championship victories. He has competed in 28-countries.
Perhaps what makes his sporting career quite extraordinary is he has battled with a Heart Condition ‘Atrial Fibrillation’ throughout his adult life. He has had three corrective surgeries to manage the condition.

Speakers

Meal Break

Morning Tea

10:30 AM 11:00 AM Maitai 2 Exhibition Area, Rutherford Hotel

Conference Plenary

Going Bust in a Boom

11:00 AM 12:00 PM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Speakers

Conference Plenary

Technology Speaker

12:00 PM 12:30 PM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Meal Break

Lunch

12:30 PM 01:15 PM Conference Exhibition Area, Maitai 2 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Conference Plenary

The Green Building Revolution happening in Construction and how it impacts cost

01:15 PM 02:00 PM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Andrews presentation will cover
  • The Zero Carbon Act, Living Standards Framework and new rules for construction waste. What does it mean for me?
  • Over 25,000 homes are being built to Homestar- what is it and what does it cost?
  • What research can I refer to for costs to provide clients?

Speakers

Conference Plenary

NZS3910: It ain't broke, so don't fix it?

02:00 PM 02:45 PM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Peter and Paul will put the proposition that NZS3910 (and related) conditions of contract need to be regularly reviewed and updated, and that we need to start now..
The vast majority of NZ construction contracts are let under NZS 3910, yet it has only had two ‘limited scope’ reviews in the last 20 years. The industry is not static, and the rate of change is ever-increasing, so our contracts need to keep up.
Contracts are being drafted with ever more extensive and onerous special conditions – is that a reaction to an inadequate contract, or are clients just being unreasonable?
Some questions the industry should be asking:
• • What works well in 3910?
• • What are the opportunities for improvement?
• • What are its shortcomings?
• • Who should decide what to keep, what to change?
• • What is the process?
• • If not 3910, then what?

There is no ongoing review process or mechanism for NZS3910 and the related standards. Being mindful that the 2013 edition took around 4 years to see the light of day, we must start now if we are to see a 2023 edition.
Peter and Paul aren’t looking to offer answers. They hope to provoke a wider industry dialogue on ensuring that NZS3910 continues to serve the needs of the industry.

Speakers

Meal Break

Afternoon Tea

02:45 PM 03:15 PM Conference Exhibition Area, Maitai 2 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Conference Plenary

Break Out One - NZGBC

03:15 PM 04:00 PM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

A case study of the cost of building green
Conference Plenary

Break Out Two

03:15 PM 04:00 PM Waimea Room, Level 2, Rutherford Hotel

Conference Plenary

Break Out One - The Retentions Regime - is it working?

04:00 PM 04:45 PM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

The long-awaited and well-intentioned CCA Retentions Regime has been in force for a little over one year. It’s early days, but already industry feedback and a recent High Court judgment suggest it’s not working as well as had been hoped, and that compliance is poor.
Peter Degerholm will explain the CCA retention regime, followed by open discussion on getting the best out of it.

Speakers

Conference Plenary

Break Out Two - Facades of the Future

04:00 PM 04:45 PM Waimea Room, Level 2, Rutherford Hotel

Not much has changed in the concept of a curtainwall as we know them now since their early use in the 1920’s. A by-product of other advancing technologies such as industrialised steel manufacturing and reinforced concrete – freeing up the now non-structural loaded building perimeter so the use of non-structural materials such as glass can replace the historically heavy and dead loaded facades of old. Nearly 100 years on and what is different…?
Let’s take a quick trip into what the future may hold for our future buildings facades, what environmental factors may they need to adapt to? what might they look like and be made of?…..in fact we don’t need to look to far – many of the futures facades are being trialed and built right now.

Speakers

Conference Day One Close

05:00 PM 05:00 PM Matai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Social Event

Optional Thursday Evening Dinner - additional cost

06:00 PM 09:30 PM

There is no scheduled conference dinner on Thursday 20th June however delegates can choose to add one of the two following options to their registration

Moveable Feast $90 per person

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to dine your way around three Nelson City restaurants! Your Moveable Feast has been designed with a specific style of cuisine in mind as it showcases the amazing variety of dining options in Nelson City.
Fully escorted and easy walking between each venue with surprises along the way.
Price includes all three courses and a glass of wine, beer or soft drink on arrival at the first venue and coffee with dessert.

See what is in store for you here

Miyazu Fite Nite $70 per person

A one night only event starting at 6pm, where the expertise of our Japanese teppanyaki chefs will battle dish for dish against our resident Oceano chefs at the Rutherford hotel.
For every Japanese sushi and teppanyaki dish created and served, we will also create and serve a European style dish, which will be also created as much as possible on the teppan grill.
In this food battle of very different food and culture styles, we will see the chefs cook live, to fill the restaurant with enthusiasm and entertainment, and show how the Teppan grill technique can be so flexible.
Every guest receives a score sheet where they can judge each dish during the evening and eventually decide on the winning team. Will it be Team Japan or Team Rest of the World?
Guests will sample seven courses.

NZIQS 2019 Annual General Meeting

09:00 AM 10:30 AM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Meal Break

Morning Tea

10:30 AM 11:15 AM Conference Exhibition Area, Maitai 2 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Conference Plenary

Personal Development Speaker

11:15 AM 12:15 PM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Meal Break

Lunch

12:15 PM 01:15 PM Conference Exhibition Area, Maitai 2 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Conference Plenary

Risk Transfer

01:15 PM 02:30 PM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Risk Transfer - What are the solutions? 
A discussion with Rick Herd, CEO of Naylor Love and the NZIQS Council.

Speakers

Meal Break

Afternoon Tea

02:30 PM 03:15 PM Conference Exhibition Area, Maitai 2 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Conference Plenary

Internet of Things

03:15 PM 04:00 PM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Speakers

Motivational Speaker

Motivational Speaker

04:00 PM 05:00 PM Maitai 1 Room, Rutherford Hotel

Speakers

Conference Close

05:00 PM 06:00 PM

Speakers

Social Event

Conference Dinner

06:00 PM 11:30 PM The Energy Centre, Founders Park, Nelson

Buses will depart from outside Rutherford Hotel for Founders Park