Posted by australian institute of landscape designers and managers
on 3 May 2016
The LNA would like to encourage members to attend the Landscape Technical on Barangaroo: The Brief, The Challenges, The Solution to be held on Tuesday 10 May from 5:30 to 7:30pm hosted by AILA ACT and Austral Masonry.
Maria Rigoli, Landscape Architect will provide an overview of how she led her team across the eminent project, Barangaroo in Sydney. Barangaroo is said to be Sydney's last CBD waterfront development, and will reshape Sydney's headland into a residential, commercial and recreational precinct with over 75,000 native plants, unique tidal pools and walking and cycling tracks open to the general public. The project used 2 kilometres of Austral Masonry's patented Magnumstone retaining walls, which each weighs 621 kilograms, and were used as passive retaining walls in a cantilevered design.
Date: Tuesday 10 May 2016
Time: 5:30 7:30pm
Venue: Ainslie Arts Centre 30 Elouera Street Braddon ACT 2612
Cost: Free for AILA members, $20 for non members
CPD Points: 1.5
Please click here to find out further information on the event and book your ticket.
Author: australian institute of landscape designers and managers
About: AILDM is Australia's leading association of qualified landscape design and management professionals. You'll find AILDM members in all states and major cities, as well as many regional centres, and our association has been going strong since 1994.
We work closely with TAFE colleges to foster the next generation of landscape designers, and we support all our professional and student members with networking, advice and mentoring, business and technical skills development, business marketing, and special membership benefits including discounted insurance premiums.