Seminars

Disrupters in Construction & Property 2018

KREISSON use technology to provide better and more efficient legal services to our clients leaving us with more time to focus on educating, inspiring and engaging the property development industry. Join us for the first event in the 2018 series as the industry’s leaders discuss the way visual communication is impacting the property development process.

Our panellists and moderator for this event are all considered ground breakers in their chosen fields and will cover how technology is impacting the whole project process from site acquisition, off the plan sales, VR, BIM, project management and delivery and end use facilities management.

There will be several VR units set up for attendees to experience firsthand the technology being used by developers, engineers and building managers. There will be opportunities to network and play with the VR equipment both before and after the panel discussion.

This event will be limited to 80 people. Ticket price includes networking drinks and canapés.

6.00 – 6.30 pm – Play and network

6.30 – 7.30 pm – Panel presentation

7.30 – 8.00 pm – Q&A

8.00 – 9.00 pm – Further play and network

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Guest Panelists

 

James Guthrie – Regional Director, Head of Residential Building Management Services, Property & Asset Management, Australia JLL

James leads business development for JLL’s Property & Asset Management business line and oversees the Residential Building Management nationally.

James’ broad experience comprises the end-to-end management of high quality residential developments, commercial office towers, industrial portfolios and retail centres. Over the last 20 years James has been involved in many major new developments, leasing deals, capital expenditure projects and redevelopments.

Lucy Guerin – Project Director, APP

Prior to joining APP in 2015, Lucky Guerin worked in diverse fields, including marine engineering, BIM, procurement, handover and commissioning as well as project management. With qualifications and experience in mechanical engineering, she has exceptional technical knowledge, particularly in service delivery. While Lucy is experienced across the whole project lifecycle, she is particularly skilled at identifying program savings and opportunities to add value throughout the project cycle. Since joining APP, Lucky has worked mainly in the education and health care sectors.

Craig Lamont – Business Director BECA

Craig Lamont is the Business Director, Buildings – ANZPac Markets, for the Beca Group. Beca is one of Asia-Pacific’s most respected and leading professional services organisations, specialising in the design and management of projects. These range from prestigious landmark developments, to functional and environmentally sustainable endeavours. It is a multi-disciplinary, with more than 3300 employees, operating in more than 70 countries last year. Beca regularly taps into a rich pool of specialist knowledge and experience to deliver award-winning solutions as a collaborative team.

Chris Omeissah – Co-founder of inovora

At inovora, we seek the realisation of powerful and progressive technologies into value-adding, commercial outcomes for your business.

“PROJECTone” by Inovora utilises an innovative design and sales solution that assists in the communication of pre-construction infrastructure. PROJECTone is a bespoke visualisation tool that revolutionises the design and sale of developmental and fit-out projects across all spheres of real estate.
Through the use of our immersive, high-quality, virtual reality platform; we create a true to life VR experience based off architectural plans that our clients can integrate into their marketing campaigns.

Up until now, consumers have been asked to imagine their future home or office space. From now on, there is no more need for imagination.

Panel Moderator

Claire Martin – Head of Property, KREISSON

Claire is a Property Lawyer at KREISSON who has her Masters in Applied Property Law and received a lot of industry attention following the successful completion of the first paperless conveyance of Australian Real Property as part of her research for her Thesis titled the “Impact of technology on conveyancing”. She is the Chair of the Law Society’s NSW Young Lawyers Property Law committee, Member of both the NSW Law Society’s Property Law and Legal Technology Committees.