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Day in the Life of a Building Services Engineer

09 July 2020 8:30 - 9:30


CPD Hours

Day in the Life of a Building Services Engineer

An insight into the careers and experiences of building services engineers. What university students need to know.

About this Event

CIBSE YEN NSW is hosting a webinar for university students to hear from a variety of young engineers who will be sharing their professional experiences in the building services industry. They will be providing insights on the different opportunities and some of the guiding principles used in the building services space. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions so come prepared!

Our panel is comprised of the following engineers:

Kelly Pan – LCI Consultants

Kelly Pan is a mechanical engineer at LCI Consultants and an alumnus of University of New South Wales. She currently works on the mechanical systems designs for hospitals and commercial spaces, referencing her site experiences from her previous building management and control systems role. Her passion is to use her past and present knowledge to better improve a buildings design and energy efficiency.

Michael Seal – Lucid Consulting Australia

Michael has been working as a Hydraulic Services Engineer with Lucid Consulting Australia since December 2018. He is also in his final year of a Civil Engineering degree at The University of Technology, Sydney. His experience extends beyond theoretical engineering practice, with over 15 years experience working in a welding trade. Michael is passionate about continuous improvement and is always looking for ways to better conventional methods of practice in the workplace.

Melanie Finch – Norman Disney & Young

Melanie is a project engineer at Norman Disney & Young (NDY) with a background in mechanical engineering. She specializes in upgrading existing systems and better positioning properties for the future as part of NDY's Asset Performance team, particularly within the retail and commercial sectors. She graduated from University of New South Wales with a combined degree of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and Bachelor of Commerce (Finance).

Baoying Tong – AECOM

Baoying Tong graduated from Sydney University and is an electrical engineer with AECOM based in Sydney. He is currently a member of JTC-001-01: Smart Cities Reference Group at Standards Australia reviewing the standards and developing roadmap for Smart Cities. He is also running a project for IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) to promote cultural diversity in the international standardization world.

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