Panel Event: Programme Preparation and Updating 101

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25/07/2024 at 4:00 PM ⇢ 25/07/2024 at 5:30 PM

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PANEL | Whangārei  | CPD :3 


Join the Institute with highly experienced Project Managers Karsten Thomsen and Scott Eunson to discuss the preparation and updating of construction programmes.

This conversation will combine construction planning thoughts, programme methodologies, updating, progress tracking, forecasting, reporting, MS-Project, and NZS3910/SA2017 requirements.

This will be an interactive conversation with opportunities during and after the presentations for your questions. 


Date:    Thursday 25th July 
Time:    4pm - 5.30pm 
Venue: May Bain Room, Whangarei Library

Cost:     Free for NZ Institute of Building members; $50 + GST for Non-Members 
CPD:     3 credits

 **This is the second event we’ve put on in Northland for a while. We are planning on doing more in the region and would love to grow our membership whānau. If you are unsure about becoming a member we have a 3 month free trial membership ( Trial Membership Application ( available which means you can try before you buy. Alternatively, if you sign up for the event and pay for your ticket – we can take that money off your membership fee should you sign up as a member within two months of the event.

Karsten Thomsen

Karsten is a National Operational Analyst at Brosnan based in Northland. Karsten is originally from Denmark and has called New Zealand home since 2003. He has more than 30 years’ experience in Project Management with the last 10 of these spent at Brosnan in a number of roles including General Manager Operations, Programme Manager, Project Director, and Project Manager. Karsten is interested in Programming, legal, high-performance psychology and coaching, and is a former professional high-performance Badminton coach. He has been married for 26 years and has three adult children.


Scott Eunson 


Scotts a highly skilled Project Manager with a diverse career in the construction industry. He possesses strong leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills. His experience includes roles such as Project manager, Site Manager and Foreman for companies like Cook Brothers Construction, Scentre Group/Westfield, and Tom Conor Construction Ltd. Scott has successfully managed multi-million dollar projects up to 40million in value. With a strong track record of delivering exceptional results, Scotts used programs to create ideal methodologies at the tender stage of projects as well as tracking their progress and substantiating any EOT instances.


May Bain Room, Whangarei Library


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CPD Credits: 3

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