The 6th Annual NSW Major Projects Conference will be held on the 26th and 27th November 2014 at the Doltone House Hyde Park, Sydney. Attracting well over 250 delegates, this event continues to be the largest Major Projects and Infrastructure conference in the state of NSW.
Big ticket projects such as the $8.3 Billion North West Rail Link, $1.6 Billion CBD and South East Light Rail, the $3 Billion NorthConnex have definitely propelled NSW, more broadly Australia’s position as the infrastructure capital of the world. There is lot of excitement within the infrastructure industry with anticipated projects in the construction pipeline in NSW over the next five years equating to about $85 billion.
At the NSW Major Projects Conference, participants will hear presentations and case studies from a diverse field of high profile speakers within the Public and the Private sectors discussing the planning and delivery of the many critical infrastructure projects shaping NSW. The conference will also review how the Growth Infrastructure Plans will work to support regional growth and allow more efficient planning, priority setting and infrastructure investment.
The conference begins with a ministerial address by the Planning Minister for NSW, the Hon. Pru Goward. Ray Williams, MP, from the office of the Premier of NSW will present an overview of the Transport Vision for NSW. Some key transport topics which will be discussed and addressed at the event will be the delivery of the $14.9 Billion WestConnex Motorway project, the $8.3 Billion North West Rail Link, $1.6 Billion CBD and South East Light Rail, the $3 Billion NorthConnex along with the Pacific Highway Upgrade. The Conference will also see presentations about the leading urban renewal redevelopment projects including the $1.1 Billion Darling Harbour Live Project.
The NSW Major Projects Conference provides a unique platform for project knowledge sharing and is the ideal environment for networking and capitalizing on the business opportunities being created.
For more information on the NSW Major Projects Conference, please visit www.nswconference.com.au
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