2022 Webinar Music

Melbourne Water’s MUSIC Guidelines are currently being reviewed and updated. This webinar, brought to you by Stormwater Victoria, provides an opportunity for Melbourne Water along with consultants E2Designlab to share what is being planned for the update and allow members to engage in a Q&A session before circulation of the new guidelines for industry feedback.

The webinar was hosted and facilitated by Tracey Pham from the Stormwater Victoria team.

This webinar coveres:

  • Purpose of the update
  • What is new
  • What is coming
  • Implication of updates for the industry

Speaker - Birgit Jordan

Birgit is a Water Management Engineer currently holding a stormwater technical and policy advisory role at Melbourne Water. Drawing upon 30 years’ experience in the private and public water sector in Australia and Germany, Birgit provides expertise across waterway, stormwater, sewage and drinking water management including Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) and Integrated Water Management (IWM), from design and construction to capacity building, strategic and catchment planning and policy development.

Speaker - Dale Browne

Speaker - Stephanie Brown

Steph is an environmental engineer who is passionate about catchments and communities and dedicated to the protection of Australian waterways. Steph is known for her breadth of technical skills, strategic thinking, and creative communication style which brings a multidimensional approach to her work. She has worked on numerous award-winning projects, including the Scrubby Creek Catchment Recovery Plan and the Small Creek Transformation. Taking on broad and flexible roles to meet the project needs, her inputs range from purely technical to leading the full delivery of critical communication pieces. Steph has worked on major integrated water management strategies, green infrastructure guidelines, and catchment management studies. Currently studying a Master of Science at the University of Melbourne, she is also researching ecosystem processes in 35 headwater streams across Melbourne.