Project Melbourne Conference

Project Melbourne: Driving business and stimulating growth is a multi-segment summit bringing together all the players involved in the future of infrastructure.

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Project Melbourne Conference 29 Oct 2014 Melbourne Marriott Hotel, Melbourne, Australia
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The headline grabbing budget announcement by the Victorian government promised some $27 billion in building projects to stimulate the state, but mainly focused on the development of Melbourne. The main aim of this program is to showcase those projects to construction firms, project engineers, consulting companies, financers, and anyone else in the project value chain to understand what is going on, what is being spent, specific project timelines, and ultimately how their business can get involved.

The key for being involved is for industry and government to meet and network with project leaders about imminent development opportunities and future building Melbournes burgeoning transport system.


Driving business and stimulating growth
Future proofing Victorias transport
Impacts and reforms: Transport infrastructure in Victoria
Victorian transport: State of Play and the all key Players
Ensuring uplift and creating value-add in a mega-project
Victorian transport industry snapshot

Project Melbourne is an all-encompassing program bringing together the key stakeholders in the Melbourne projects landscape
Immerse yourself in the latest thinking around future proofing Victorian transport
Excellent networking opportunities with key stakeholders in transport and infrastructure
Gain valuable insights into the economic impact of infrastructure development
Learn from the best and brightest in transport infrastructure

1 Day Conference (29 October 2014): $ 764.50 AUD

Speakers: Tim Pallas, Shadow Treasurer, Victorian Labor Opposition, Steve Boshier, Asset Integration Manager, V/Line, Ben Davis, Victorian Branch Secretary, Australian Workers Union, Toby Lodge, Principal, HASSELL, Catherine Moore, Partner, K & L Gates, Peter Mutton, Associate Director, Institute of Railway Technology, Monash University, John Begley, Chairman, Ministerial Freight Advisory Council