NCTIR: Moving Mountains to Reconnect Communities
Presented by Charlie Dickson, Stuart Hamilton, Cameron Paintin
Available on demand
When a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck New Zealand in 2016, it not only shattered landscapes but also posed unprecedented challenges for the North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery (NCTIR) team, whose role was to swiftly restore and rebuild the critically damaged transportation infrastructure, reconnecting isolated communities and re-establishing vital links across the affected regions.
This webinar delves into NCTIR’s challenging journey, focusing on how they managed overwhelming data volumes, coordinated with diverse teams in harsh conditions, adapted quickly to changing design requirements, and maintained effective communication with stakeholders amidst ongoing seismic activity. Join Charlie Dickson, Stuart Hamilton, and Cameron Paintin as they offer insight into the strategic solutions, tools, and processes that helped steer the project towards success and ultimately aid the recovery and reconnection of communities.
What You’ll Learn:
- Seamless & effective collaboration across diverse and remote teams
- How to manage and organise large volumes of project data efficiently
- BIM delivery within a quality controlled and secure common data environment
- How to establish a single source of truth within a centralised location for all files & documents
- The power of proper document version control, ensuring accuracy and consistency across all project documents
Available on demand
Duration: 43 minutes
About the Presenters
Civil Design Engineer
Charlie Dickson is Civil Design Engineer at Christchurch City Council. A graduate from the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, his career spans over four decades and has focused on inner city upgrades including tram infrastructure.
Senior Civil Designer
Stuart Hamilton is Senior Civil Designer at Aurecon. His career spans over 30 years in general civil design, with a focus on roading, bulk earthworks, subdivisions and services. He graduated from Otago Polytechnic Te Pūkenga with a NZCE (Civil Engineering) and is a proud member of Engineering New Zealand Te Ao Rangahau. In his spare time, Stuart volunteers as an emergency medical technician for St John New Zealand.
Water Resources Engineer & Team Leader
Cameron Paintin is a Water Resources Engineer & Team Leader at Tonkin + Taylor. A chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng), he has over a decade of experience in geometric and drainage design in 12 Model, water resources, and project management. He was a 12d Geometric Designer during the North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery (NCTIR) alliance for the Kaikōura earthquake response from April 2017 to February 2018 working on two major sites, and 12d Model Systems Administrator from August 2017 to February 2018, where he was responsible for providing a standardised design environment for designers, developing and improving 12d standards for the 30 strong 12d design team, and development of automated processes and tools to improve efficiency between 12d Model and other software packages such as AutoCAD and GIS.