Society of Professional Engineers in Thailand (SPET) Meeting 21 November 2019
Please find the attached flyer for the next meeting to be held at the British Club, Soi 18, Silom Road, Bangkok at 6.30pm on Thursday 21 November 2019.
“Introduction to Tony Gee” By Iain Mowatt MSc BSc(Hons) FCIOB ACIArb POSHA MHKIE(Ret)
A short presentation to introduce proper Temporary Works controls, peer reviews, the designer’s responsibility and Systems Assurance on Tony Gee’s (contractor’s specialist design) bridge capability and introduction to HK-Temporary Works forum (TWf).
SPET’s speaker Iain, is a Civil Engineer with a post graduate degree in construction management. He has
worked on client side project management in Thailand and for contractors and a consulting engineer in Hong Kong. He was the Engineering and Risk Manager for a Leighton Gammon JV for one of Asia’s largest construction projects, the USD3 billion Express Rail Terminal in West Kowloon and then head of Temporary Works for Gammon Construction. Iain took over the temporary works function at Gammon following a major failure of temporary works with a view to overhaul the way temporary works were designed, certified and constructed. He is the current chairman of the HK-Temporary Works
Iain is the holder of the Derek Smythe award for leadership in safety in construction, awarded for his pioneering work in temporary works, both for Gammon and TWf.
Iain now works for Tony Gee and Partners as the business development director for Asia. He was a past chairman of the Lighthouse Club Asia Pacific Chapter.
Please advise Chris Moore by e-mail that you will be attending in order to gauge fluid matters.
Entry fee is Baht 200 for Members of SPET and Baht 400 for all others.
Kindly respond by email to Christopher Moore spet.bangkok AT gmail.com OR chris AT lasanne.com or on 081-824-1648.
Flyer Download: Flyer 21-Nov 19 by Tony Gee (1)