Engineering, Heritage and Nature: Finding the Right Balance

4th Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference
24-26 November 2014, Christchurch

Robin Dunlop, Engineering New Zealand  Engineering Heritage Board Chairperson

The Conference Organising Committee, the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (Engineering New Zealand), its Engineering Heritage Board and Engineers Australia extend a warm welcome and invite you to participate in the 4th Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand.

The conference theme, 'Engineering, Heritage and Nature: Finding the Right Balance,' and the event's Christchurch location, make this year's conference especially topical and relevant with the region being three years into its post-earthquake recovery process. This event is also part of Engineering New Zealand’s centenary year celebrations.

Held at Lincoln University, 24-26 November 2014, the 4th Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference will bring together engineers, heritage professionals, historians, planners and policy makers, stakeholders, students and researchers.

Participants will have a unique opportunity to hear from practitioners involved in Christchurch’s heritage engineering work, as well as other topics about conserving, managing, and recording the interaction between engineering, heritage and nature.

We hope to see you at Lincoln University in November 2014 for what promises to be a distinctive and stimulating conference.

Robin Dunlop, Engineering New Zealand Engineering Heritage Board Chairperson