This is a catered event held at Stantec’s 55 Collins Street office on Thursday 26th May at 3pm.
There are limited spots so book now to avoid missing out!
If you have bought a ticket to this event and can no longer make it, please contact Hans Gao and Kim Diep.
Note: All attendees will be asked to fill out a H&S risk assessment form on the day of the event (prior to the site visit). It is also recommended that all attendees are to wear enclosed comfortable footwear suitable for site visit.
Government Health Guidelines
This event will be run in compliance with the Government’s health orders applicable to our venue. These may impose mask wearing, density limits and other COVID safe requirements including being fully vaccinated.
If the government requirements change in advance of the event, we will contact you and update you about your attendance.
If you are no longer able to attend because of vaccination or other requirements, please contact us as soon as possible to discuss available options.
If the event is cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, you are entitled to a full refund of your ticket price in accordance with the cancellation policy.
James Laing is a transport engineer with over twenty years’ experience in the UK and abroad. James brings a portfolio of work covering many aspects of transport planning and design. James is a specialist in active travel and the bulk of his work is geared towards developing accessible and inclusive places where people want to spend time. In London, James was also responsible for leading a team carrying out Healthy Streets assessments, a tool used to ensure that transport designs focus on the promotion of cycling, walking and public transport use. In 2021 James was part of a team of experts that was commissioned to develop the Healthy Streets Design Check Australia tool which was released in July 2021
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