Whilst the glamourous Rail and Road tunnels are visible and exciting to the public, with ample space to perform maintenance activities, the forgotten world of Utility tunnels have been just as crucial in keeping our societies operating since the first millennium.
Utility tunnels are smaller than their larger transport cousins, and the added issue of noxious gas environments makes maintaining these tunnels inherently more complex. Various companies undertake routine maintenance activities on drainage networks, including sewer tunnels.
Lee will share the challenges faced with managing and maintaining these tunnels after construction is completed.
Arrival and registration: 5.30pm - 6.00pm AEST (Brisbane time)
Webinar / presentation: 6.00pm - 7.00pm AEST (Brisbane time)
Networking: 7.00pm - 7.30pm AEST (Brisbane time)
Lee Gnezdiloff, CPEng MIEAust
Project Manager, Veolia
Lee has over 20 years’ experience delivering challenging and complex maintenance projects within SEQ in the water and construction industry, and as an RPEQ since 2007. He has been the responsible engineer for conveyance network designs from concept through to IFC drawing packages, and as a project manager has managed teams to deliver network pipelines and pumping infrastructure, and supporting infrastructure (including civil buildings and structures, dams, creek diversions, roads, bridges and culverts) across locations in Queensland. Lee has worked for private and public clients, specialising as a superintendent’s representative for conveyance networks and civil infrastructure construction projects, and is currently a Project Manager for Veolia Network Services.
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