Industry Presentation - Building a Sustainable Car Park

  • 11 Feb 2020
  • 14:45 - 17:30
  • Level 7, 350 Kent Street, Sydney
  • 14


  • Must be a member of Parking Australia
  • Not a member of Parking Australia

Car Parks are not usually thought of when discussing sustainable buildings, but they do have many advantages over other commercial buildings. Car parks are the ideal structures to meet an organisation’s sustainability targets. Solar PV, energy efficient lighting, water harvesting and Electronic Vehicle charging, are just some of the features that car parks of the future will incorporate.

Our speaker, Renae Sambrooks, has a vast understanding and experience in delivering sustainable car park projects. She will not only explore sustainable projects that can be undertaken, but also look at recent case studies, outlining both the environmental and financial benefits that have been achieved.

Whether you’re from local government, the retail sector, private parking operations or a university, this event is not to be missed.

Registration opens at 2.45pm for a 3pm start. Renae's presentation will be followed by networking drinks and canapés. Free of charge for members to attend. $60 for non-members.

About Renae Sambrooks

Renae is a commercially focused leader with an outstanding record in developing programs that lead to positive outcomes, such as income generation, sustainability and cultural change. She is currently a Director at Fuse Consulting, a company which helps organisations to generate new ideas and commercialise innovations for sustainable growth.

In her role as General Manager, Energy and Commercial, Renae was responsible for the development and delivery of Vicinity’s ‘Integrated Energy Strategy’ and business innovation models. She led a national team in developing and embedding innovation solutions across the portfolio, including the largest Australian renewable energy investment ($73m) in shopping centres with 30MW solar, batteries, blockchain, microgrid and energy management systems.

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