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Nat. Historic Heritage Workshop Call for Papers

Media Release - www.ipenz.org.nz/media
Monday, 8 March 2004

National Historic Heritage Workshop Call for Papers

Papers are being sought for this year’s National Historic Heritage Workshop to be held on 3 - 4 August in Wellington.

This year The Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) is joining with the Department of Conservation and the NZ Historic Places Trust to hold the workshop, which has a special focus on engineering heritage in Australia and New Zealand.

There will be three broad programme headings: Recognising Heritage; Preserving Heritage; and Promoting Heritage. The deadline for papers and presentations is Saturday, 10 April 2004.

Anyone interested in engineering heritage, including engineers, other heritage agencies, council planners, consultants, and some community group representatives, are welcome to contribute to the workshop that covers most aspects of heritage management.

Notes to journalists

About IPENZ
The Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) is the professional body which represents professional engineers from all disciplines in New Zealand. The Institution sets internationally bench-marked qualifying standards for degree qualifications in engineering and thus serves engineers by securing formal recognition for their professional standing. IPENZ provides services for about 9000 members.

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