Recorded web conferences
Bojan and Xenia answered the following questions from students:
- Is Central Interceptor the biggest engineering project you have worked on? What makes it so big?
- What is the smallest engineering project you have worked on?
- What is the difference for your work between a small engineering project and a big project?
- How did you get to be an environmental manager on Central Interceptor?
- What environmental things do you have to manage?
- Do you use maths every day in your work? What sorts of things have to be calculated for this project?
- How is Central Interceptor going to benefit Auckland's environment?
- How will people notice the benefits of Central Interceptor?
Jane and Xenia answered the following questions from students:
- Yesterday we met a Lead engineer. You are a Graduate engineer. What is the difference?
- Why and how did you become an engineer? Was there an event or a person who influenced you?
- What do you think is the cleverest part or the best engineering part of the Central Interceptor project?
- What is the best part of your job, working on Central Interceptor?
- Please tell us about a day when you did a whole lot of different things, as part of your role on this project.
- Central Interceptor will cost over a billion dollars. Why do you think this is good value?
- When will your work on this project finish? What do you think you might do next?
- Central Interceptor will help urban streams and other waterways to be better. Tell us more about that.
- Are you on track to complete the CI on time?
- What is the gradient of the tunnel? Is it quite steep?
- What happens if you drill and make a mistake?
- Do you find anything unexpected in the ground you tunnels through? Obstructions?
- What is the most interesting thing you’ve found in the spoil?
- Has the bore drilled through impenetrable layers?
- What is the coolest fossil you’ve found? The oyster shell looks cool by the way.