Event Dates

25 - 27 May 2017


Click here for full costs


Adelaide Convention Centre


For more info

Keynote Speaker

The Missing Ingredient of Leadership

The future is steaming ahead on a track of continued digital innovation, but ‘mind the gap’.
Between the fast moving juggernaut of change is the ever present need to get your message across and a widening chasm of interpersonal skills to inspire and engage.
Dr Louise Mahler’s is a thought leader in the field of presence and influence who advises C-Suite internationally on how to live the change.

Her innovative thinking and distinctive style drives palpable change for the individual, the group and has potential to change a nation.

In this highly interactive and often hilarious session you will develop an understanding your physical and vocal options as an integral part to motivating and inspiring others, especially in the diverse fields of the AEC environment.

You will have an opportunity to diagnose your own habitual patterns of engagement, build new skills and enjoy every moment.


Adelaide is South Australia’s cosmopolitan coastal capital. Its ring of parkland on the River Torrens is home to renowned museums such as the Art Gallery of South Australia, displaying expansive collections including noted Indigenous art, and the South Australian Museum, devoted to natural history. The city's Adelaide Festival is an annual international arts gathering with spin-offs including fringe and film events.

Adelaide Convention Centre

The Adelaide Convention Centre is a large convention centre on North Terrace, Adelaide, Australia. It was the first purpose-built convention centre to be built in Australia. The convention centre was constructed over part of the Adelaide railway station, together with the Hyatt Regency Hotel (now the InterContinental Hotel), Exhibition Hall and an office block in the 1980s as part of the Adelaide Station and Environs Redevelopment (ASER) project. It has been rebuilt and extended upon a few times since its original construction in 1987. In 1999 an extension was planned and in late 2001 it was unveiled. It was designed by Larry Oltmanns who was a design partner with SOM at the time. The project won the Royal Australian Institute of Architects 2002 Awards of Merit: BHP Colourbond Steel Award, Interior Architecture and New Building

If custom countdown is giving an error you may need to enable javascript - please visit Support Center for support.

“A great conference in a really good facility which met all personal and work related requirements.”
-Erika Voges, Wood & Grieve Engineers, RTC ANZ Delegate
“As my first RTC I can say I was impressed and found it hugely beneficial! Thanks.”
- Adam Carlson, Holmes Consulting Group, RTC ANZ Delegate
“I've been to all the RTCAustralasian conferences since the last one at Jupiters. They've all been an excellent experience and this one was exceptional in my mind. Often my colleagues come out all excited about potential improvements for a period after the conference and that's great!.”
- Matthew Boynton, Wood & Grieve Engineers - RTC ANZ Delegate