Join us for Tasmania's project management night of the year.
Join us for a captivating fireside chat with Sam Wilson-Haffenden, General Manager Major Projects at TasPorts, hosted by the Tasmanian Chapter. Sam is an esteemed engineer and naval architect with a wealth of experience in the civil and marine industries, having worked on numerous projects in Australia and Europe. His expertise and deep engagement in these initiatives make him an invaluable resource for gaining insights into successful project management and navigating complex landscapes.
Following the fireside chat, we invite you to enjoy cocktails, canapés, and networking opportunities. Additionally, we will be presenting the 2023 Project Management Achievement Awards, providing a perfect occasion to celebrate the accomplishments of your team this year. This event serves as an exceptional platform to connect with like-minded professionals, fostering valuable relationships and acknowledging the excellence of project management in Tasmania.
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Registration fees and inclusions
The registrations will close 1 week prior to the event date.
- Members: $40 | Non-members: $50
Payment is by credit card only. If you prefer to pay via EFT, please contact us at [email protected].
- Speaker presentation
General Manager Major Projects at TasPorts
Sam is an engineer and naval architect working for the Tasmanian Ports Corporation as the General Manager Major Projects. He has worked in the civil and marine industries across a range of projects both in Australia and Europe. Sam is currently Project Director for TasPorts largest infrastructure project in 27 years, Devonport’s QuayLink. A $240m investment to future proof Devonport as a tourism and freight gateway for the next 50 years. The project will support the increase freight capacity by 40% and passenger numbers by 160,000 per year. He is also working on the Macquarie Wharf redevelopment project, the realignment of wharves 4, 5 and 6 to create a single continuous quay line to significantly increase utilisation of the Port of Hobart as the international gateway to the Southern Oceans.
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