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The Design and Building Practitioners Act 2020 and Regulation will effect major change for the construction industry, with significant implications for architects practicing in NSW. Co-hosted by the NSW Architects Registration Board, this session provides practitioners with critical information direct from Building Commissioner David Chandler, Director of the Office of the Building Commissioner Matt Press, Registrar Dr Kirsten Orr and key Institute members who have been involved in the development of the Act and Regulation.
David Chandler OAM was appointed NSW Building Commissioner in 2019 after an impressive forty year career in the Australian construction industry.
In his capacity as NSW Building Commissioner David is improving the quality of construction and restoring trust in the industry through leading the delivery of Construct NSW, in collaboration with the sector.
Yin has over 20 years’ experience in driving digital transformation across financial, cultural and Government sectors.
She is passionate about enabling real-time data and analytics to augment business capabilities and efficiency levels.
Her previous experience includes leading the HealtheNet Program for eHealth to enable information sharing across hospitals, community health services, primary care and the national health record, myHealth.
In her last role before joining the Office of the Building Commissioner, she led the replacement of NSW’s legacy child protection system.
Matt Press is the Director of the Office of the NSW Building Commissioner and responsible for leading the delivery of Construct NSW – a transformation program that seeks to restore pride and confidence in the NSW building and construction industry.
Matt is passionate about driving change to produce customer-centric outcomes and previously held roles in building regulation, strategy consulting and corporate affairs.
He has worked locally and internationally for organisations such as PwC, Ofcom, Bupa Health and Optus
DR KIRSTEN ORR
Dr Kirsten Orr is Registrar of the NSW Architects Registration Board and a NSW registered architect.
Previously, she was a Director of the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (2016-2020); Professor of Architecture and Dean of the School of Technology, Environments & Design at the University of Tasmania (2016-18); and Associate Professor at the University of Technology Sydney (1999-2015).
She has made leadership contributions to all the major Australian government and professional bodies regulating the practice of architecture, education of architecture students and accreditation of Australian architecture programs.
Craig Burns is an architect with over 30 years’ experience across the design and delivery of a wide range of project types. He is Technical Director at BVN and is a member of the AIA Practice Committee Technical Sub Group. He also sits on the Building Commissioners Watershedding Working Group.
This presentation is equivalent to 1 hour/point of formal CPD and will deliver outcomes related to the following Competency/s from the National Standard of Competency for Architects:
DESIGN; DOCUMENTATION; PROJECT DELIVERY AND PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
3.4 Design response incorporates assessment of relevant legislation, codes and industry standards.
4.4 Inclusion of expertise of relevant specialists and consultants in developing the project design.
4.5 Investigation and integration of appropriate structural, construction, service and transport systems in the project design.
5.3 Evaluation and integration of regulatory requirements.
6.3 Incorporation of the project requirements and objectives in accordance with Project Brief and approved Detailed Design.
6.5 Nomination of quality and performance standards with regard to selected materials, finishes, fittings components and systems.
6.8 Project documentation is in accordance with, and appropriate to, the project contract and project procurement procedure.
7.4 Selection of procurement method incorporates assessment of the impact on selection, contracting and scope of work of consultants and specialist service providers.
8.3 Identification and application of the process and administration systems needed to fulfil all obligations under project contract.
8.7 Identification and application of appropriate and consistent systems for record keeping and maintenance of document revisions.
9.2 Knowledge and application of practice resources required to ensure efficient and effective professional service.
9.3 Identification and application of practice systems and quality management systems to facilitate efficient and timely delivery of architectural services in accordance with project objectives.
9.7 Knowledge of legal and regulatory requirements and obligations in regard to architectural practice, practice management and registration as an architect
At the end of this session participants should be able to: