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    WoodSolutions tour of Melbourne, Wodonga and Sydney for building professionals

    WoodSolutions

    WoodSolutions is organising a three-day tour of Melbourne, Wodonga and Sydney for building professionals in June 2018 following the Frame Australia conference.

    To begin on Wednesday 20 June in Melbourne, the tour will take participants to Australia’s largest CLT plant in Wodonga as well as a number of mass and timber framed buildings in Sydney. The tour to Wodonga to see XLAM’s CLT plant will be by luxury coach, and flights to Sydney have been arranged as well as overnight accommodation, if required.

    The tour continues Thursday 21 June and Friday 22 June to many buildings currently being constructed or recently completed in and around Sydney. The buildings range from cross laminated timber apartments, offices, schools and community halls to a laminated veneer lumber industrial shed and a 6-storey timber framed apartment building.

    The tour is strictly limited to building design professionals such as architects, developers, engineers, certifiers and cost planners among others with an interest in timber design.

    Cost of the tour includes a flight from Albury to Sydney and accommodation on Wednesday and Thursday nights in Sydney, breakfast and lunch, and luxury bus travel. A reduced rate is available where accommodation is not required.

    Note: Previous tours have been popular and sold out very quickly. Limited seats are available and will be allocated in order of receipt of full payment.

    Tour Cost (includes GST)

    Melbourne to Sydney

    With Sydney accommodation $1,850.00

    Without Sydney accommodation $1,250.00

    Sydney to Sydney

    Without Sydney accommodation $1,550.00

    Dates Wednesday 20th, Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd June 2018

    Time 8.00 am to 6.00 pm all days

    Food Lunch is included on all days

    CPD CPD certificates of attendance available for all professionals. Informal CPD points may be available from professional bodies.

    Itinerary

    Wednesday 20 June

    8.00 am - Meet bus at Melbourne CBD location (TBA)

    8.30 am to 12.00 pm - Travel to Wodonga

    12.00 to 3.30 pm - XLAM’s CLT Plant*

    4.30 pm - Flight to Sydney

    6.30 pm – Hotel

    *XLAM CLT plant tour is for timber building design professionals only. For timber industry representatives or associated businesses, XLAM reserves the right to approve access to the plant. If access is denied, an alternative arrangement or full refund will be given.

    Thursday 21 June

    8.30 am - Meet bus at the Country platform at Central Station

    8.30 am to 12.30 pm - Visiting various timber buildings

    12.30 to 1.30 pm - Lunch

    1.30 to 4.00 pm - Visiting various timber buildings

    5.30 pm - Return to the Country platform at Central Station or Hotel (TBA)

    Friday 22 June

    8.30 am - Meet at the Country platform at Central Station

    8.30 am to 12.30 pm - Visiting various timber buildings

    12.30 to 1.30 pm - Lunch

    1.30 to 4.00 pm - Visiting various timber buildings

    Personnel Protection Equipment (PPE)

    A hi-vis vest and hardhat will be supplied. Participants are required to wear steel capped boots on some sites. All PPE requirements will be notified before tour commences.

    Itinerary Changes

    The tour operators cannot guarantee that all the intended buildings will be accessible as conditions or situations may restrict access on the day. WoodSolutions will try to provide the advertised tour but reserves the right to make changes to the tour programme.

    Registration

    Please complete the registration at this link ASAP; seats strictly limited.

    Itinerary

    Please note: WoodSolutions reserves the right to cancel this event and/or change the itinerary without notice. Registrants may be contacted by WoodSolutions about future seminars and events.

    Date: Wednesday 20th, Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd June 2018 (8.00 am to 6.00 pm)

    Venue: Various locations

    Contact: Mariela Amarante | Phone: 02 8920 0446 | Email: [email protected]

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