Theresa Braunsch Architectural Specification Consultant at AWS and Trevor Budge, Manager of Regional Sustainable Development at the City of Greater Bendigo were our guest speakers at the March 2020 Bendigo Networking Event.
Theresa spoke on ThermalHEART tm a product designed specifically for the Australian climate. It is a sustainable way to ensure your house is correctly sealed without compromising on lack of clean air which can happen with other seals. The presentation of this product was incredibly interesting and Theresea pointed out how ineffective current systems are (and also why school children lack energy from around 11am onwards).
Following Theresa was Trevor Budge, Manager of Regional Sustainable Development at the City of Greater Bendigo. Trevor spoke on transforming Bendigo City Centre and town planning predictions, recent and current major projects (including their first Off the Plan development specifically designed for the aging population), Heritage overlay, current issues with services delivery (i.e. water pressure) and the current lack of population actually living in the city centre.
Trevor was an interesting and knowledgeable speaker and we ended up having over 30 minutes of question time which included impromptu answers from Councillor Andrea Metcalf who attended the event.
The networking part of the event was also a huge success providing members the opportunity for attendees network with their local peers as well as talk in further detail with the guest speakers.
Congratulations Elaine Centeno, Design Matters Event Coordinator for a very professionally organised and implemented event. We look forward to creating a similar vibe at the upcoming Ballarat Networking Event on Thursday 26 March 2020 from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm AEDT. If you havent booked, click here for details.