Date:
23 Sep 2019,
6.00PM – 7.30PM
duration:
1 hr 30 mins
Venue:
Department of Conservation
Address:
10 Sewell St
Hokitika
Cost:
Free event
Register Add to Calendar 2019-09-23 18:00:00 2019-09-23 19:30:00 Pacific/Auckland [WORK3-001] Tom Hopkins is a Project Manager with the Department of Conservation in Hokitika. In 2013 Tom spent 6 months working for the US National Parks Service in their engineering team in the Intermountain Regional Office in Denver, Colorado. Department of Conservation Engineering New Zealand hello@engineeringnz.org

Tom Hopkins is a Project Manager with the Department of Conservation in Hokitika. In 2013 Tom spent 6 months working for the US National Parks Service in their engineering team in the Intermountain Regional Office in Denver, Colorado.

Tom's work was part of a professional exchange organised between the Department of Conservation and the US National Parks Service – in 2012 we hosted one of the Intermountain Regional Office's engineers in DOC's Hokitika Office. Come along and hear about the projects Tom got involved in and the similarities and differences between the two organisations.

Tom is the West Coast Branch's Treasurer and Secretary. He is the Senior Works Officer – Āpiha Matua and Pike River Mine Transition Project Director for the Department of Conservation – Te Papa Atawhai.

Everyone is welcome to attend – feel free to invite any family and friends who may be interested in the topic to come along.

Light snacks will be provided.

Presenters

West Coast Branch