Wednesday 11, September 2024

Please join us for this year’s free LCANZ AGM on Thursday 11th September 2024 from 3pm to 6pm at Mott Macdonald, L2 Boardroom, 2/139 Packenham Street West, Auckland CBD.

The AGM will be principally an in-person event, but a videocall link will be provided to all registered members who are unable to attend in-person.

In addition to the AGM, we are excited to hold a presentations session from our LCANZ members (4pm-5pm). See details below. This event is by open invitation to both members and non-members. Please click here to register.

  • Our venue capacity is limited to 50 people, so please register early to avoid disappointment.
    • In person registration will close at 5pm on Monday 9th September, or when capacity has been reached.
    • If you register to attend in person and are no longer able to, please let us know so that we can make your place available to others.
  • Online capacity (via Teams) is unlimited, and registration will remain open to the start of the event.

Invitation to 16th Annual General Meeting of the Life Cycle Association of New Zealand

Date: Thursday 11th September 2024
Time: 3pm – 6pm
Venue: Mott Macdonald, L2 Boardroom, 2/139 Packenham Street West, Auckland CBD
Online: Details will be emailed to all registered attendees

Event includes:

2:30pm – Doors open for prompt 3pm start

3:00-4:00pm – LCANZ AGM with the following Agenda

  • President’s report
  • Treasurer’s report
  • Committee elections
  • LCANZ updates
  • EPD Australasia update
  • General business

4:00-5.00pm – Presentation by LCANZ members

5.00-6.00pm – Networking

To register, please click here: LCANZ AGM 2024 | Humanitix


LCANZ member presentations

Our member Studio Pacific Architecture will give a presentation on ‘Navigating Carbon Assessment and LCA in the Architectural Design Process’ where they explore carbon benchmarking in architectural projects, including current initiatives and future plans (typology-based strategies). They will show applications of life cycle analysis in landscape architecture and whole-of-life carbon assessment in residential masterplans.



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