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The NSW Chapter celebrated another succesful End of Year Celebration, starting with a committee team building exercise at the Enigma Room, Sydney.

Split into two teams, we were mysteriously led into each of the two rooms....blindfolded.  For 60 minutes we ventured on a fantastic journey, uncovering the tricky, but solvable puzzles, (eventually).  The complex challenges based around a fantastic story line provided an incredible and exhilarating experience, which we all thoroughly enjoyed.

The rush the team got when solving puzzles and escaping just in time was incredible.  The team thoroughly enjoyed the experience and was an awesome team building event.
After escaping, the teams recuperated with a couple of well deserved beers and toast to another successful CIBSE NSW End of Year Celebration.

We'd like to introduce our new committee members from 2017:

Alanna DibdinChristie RimesRhiannon West & Jonathan Deadman

The new members join the hard working and dedicated committee, who deserve recognition for their tireless efforts:

Ian WhiteMartin CraigPhil SennSteve Hennessy, Ryan Crabbe & Paul Angus

Finally, thanks and wish all the best to the committee members stepping down this year:

Rochelle FernandesMat Klintfalt & Tejes C Das

I'd like to thank everyone for your support throughout the year, we couldn't do it without you.  I'd also like to take this opportunity to thank the committee for their hard work, perseverance and teamwork throughout the year. The success we have seen within the New South Wales Chapter is fantastic, I am so proud to be part of a team that is leading on so many fronts, thanks to the committees efforts.

On behalf of the CIBSE NSW Chapter we look forward to seeing you at the events in 2017.

1987-2017 | 30 years as an official CIBSE Region.  We look forward to celebrating this important milestone with our members, look out for some exciitng technical and social events occuring.

Have a safe and enjoyable break.  Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Best wishes

Paul Angus