Community membership is open to everyone who has an interest in making the changes in infrastructure necessary for the 21st century, there is no fee – and we welcome you all!
However, for those community members who would like to go further and actively contribute to the goals of Talking Infrastructure, invitations are offered to become full (i.e. voting, direction-setting) members.
Please welcome our most recent Full Members:
Neville’s company, EDAB, has a speciality in transport infrastructure. He has a PhD in Asset Management and is the International Vice President of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT). Neville has taken on the role of Chair of the Talking Infrastructure’s Perth City Chapter.
Hein is Infrastructure Asset Management Consultant at WA Integrated Asset Management. Hein is a member of the Perth City Chapter and a contributer to the Blog. Multi-talented, Hein also has broadcasting experience in South Africa.
Sophie is an experienced facilitator and Strategy and Sustainability Consultant at Upthink, a member of the Perth City Chapter and contributor to the Blog. When we realised that we both had an interest in Nudge Theory and Behavioural Economics and its relationship to infrastructure, Sophie and I collaborated on a series of blogs on Nudge Theory.
Chris is Director of Strategic AM Pty Ltd, is a management consultant specialising in the water industry. Chris was a regular contributor to Strategic Asset Management and is one of the first to have made the essential transition now to Infrastructure Decision Making. He is a contributor to the Blog and a specialist advisor to Talking Infrastructure.
ACTION If you would like to be invited to become a full, voting, direction-setting, member of Talking Infrastructure, there are TWO simple steps you need to take:
Step One: Join the Talking Infrastructure Community as a Community Member
Step Two: Text me your mobile number so that we may organise a chat to find out what you are interested in and would like to see us do.
Penny Burns, Chair, Talking Infrastructure, 0434 406 751