How Digital Engineering at Lendlease is facilitating the smarter delivery of the iconic Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project
We have the unique opportunity to get a glimpse into the digital engineering around the Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project – addressing all who feel affiliated to or are curious about Digital Engineering (note that the two presenters, Melinda Borg and Dominique Berger — Lendlease Engineering– have no approval to talk / answer questions about construction in this project).
When: Wednesday 31 October, 2:00pm-3:00pm
Where: Malaysian Theatre, MSD (basement)
Summary: Digital engineering is an essential tool for any infrastructure project. Digital Engineering can, and does involve a variety of technologies and systems, across a multitude of disciplines. The collaboration and integration of these disparate technologies and systems is where we at Lendlease believe the real value is realised. However, this integration is not always plug-and-play.
GIS Manager – Melbourne Metro (Lendlease)
After graduating from RMIT, with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Geomatics, Melinda started her professional career at VicRoads on the Graduate Program. Working in the Land information and Survey group, scoping Road Safety projects in Gippsland and even learning to programme traffic lights. Moving into Engineering consulting, Melinda worked on some well-known projects across Victoria including: The Victorian Desalination Plant tender, the old Kodak Manufacturing site in Coburg, Regional Rail Link and even the first phases of a unique tunnel project, now known as Melbourne Metro. After a stint in Mining at RioTinto, Melinda returned to Engineering consulting to work on another significant rail project in Sydney Metro and the HarbourLink planning studies in Sydney. Now with Lendlease Engineering, Melinda is managing the GIS for the Metro Tunnel Project as part of Cross Yarra Partnership (CYP).
Senior GIS Analyst – Melbourne Metro (Lendlease)
Dominique is a passionate Geographical Information Systems (GIS) consultant with 16 years’ experience working for Government and Corporate clients. She has a background in Utilities, Local, State and Federal Government, Transport, Mining, Resources, Oil and Gas and Engineering. Dominique’s background in focused around GIS systems and infrastructure support and management. On completion of her IT degree from QUT, Dominique undertook a graduate program with the Department of Transport where she fell into GIS whilst supporting the departments ArcIMS applications. A move to Esri Australian in Brisbane and Singapore led to her working on a variety of technology implementation across wide range of clients, such as Brisbane City Council and Singapore Power. A move to London saw Dominique working for the Australian Oil and Gas company on a natural gas pipeline project across Turkey before heading back to Australia to begin work Lendlease Engineering on the Metro Tunnel Project as part of the Cross Yarra Partnership.