Queensland Infrastructure Projects Conference 2015

1-2 December 2015
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Brisbane, QLD

Queensland Infrastructure Projects Conference 2015

As the organisers of the highly successful QLD Transport Infrastructure Conference Series, Expotrade is pleased to announce the inaugural edition of the Queensland Infrastructure Projects Conference to be held on 1-2 December at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane.

The Conference is supported by the Department of State Development, Queensland Government and is expected to attract in the region of 200 delegates. 

With the mining boom fading, tourism is fast becoming an attractive sector contributing over 17.5 billion to Queensland’s economy and supporting over 220,000 jobs. To support the growth of the tourism sector, integrated resort development projects are being established across the State and the Queensland Infrastructure Projects Conference is the best place to acquire the most up-to-date information on the State’s Integrated Resort Development projects, policy issues, research findings and best practices.

Key topics that will be discussed at the 2 day Conference include the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane, Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Venues, Gold Coast Integrated Resort Development, Gladstone Port Strategic Plan, Gold Coast Light Rail – Stage 2 along with projects in the pipeline across sectors such as smart cities, agriculture, energy and housing, sustainability and overall development of the State.

With presentations from key industry specialists from the government and private sectors involved in Queensland’s key infrastructure projects, the Queensland Infrastructure Projects Conference provides delegates with the perfect opportunity to capitalize on the exciting business opportunities being created.

Queensland Infrastructure Projects Conference 2015

As the organisers of the highly successful QLD Transport Infrastructure Conference Series, Expotrade is pleased to announce the inaugural edition of the Queensland Infrastructure Projects Conference to be held on 1-2 December at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane.

The Conference is supported by the Department of State Development, Queensland Government and is expected to attract in the region of 200 delegates. 

With the mining boom fading, tourism is fast becoming an attractive sector contributing over 17.5 billion to Queensland’s economy and supporting over 220,000 jobs. To support the growth of the tourism sector, integrated resort development projects are being established across the State and the Queensland Infrastructure Projects Conference is the best place to acquire the most up-to-date information on the State’s Integrated Resort Development projects, policy issues, research findings and best practices.

Key topics that will be discussed at the 2 day Conference include the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane, Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Venues, Gold Coast Integrated Resort Development, Gladstone Port Strategic Plan, Gold Coast Light Rail – Stage 2 along with projects in the pipeline across sectors such as smart cities, agriculture, energy and housing, sustainability and overall development of the State.

With presentations from key industry specialists from the government and private sectors involved in Queensland’s key infrastructure projects, the Queensland Infrastructure Projects Conference provides delegates with the perfect opportunity to capitalize on the exciting business opportunities being created.

Featured Speakers

David Edwards
David Edwards

Projects Chief Executive Department of State Development - QLD

Neil Scales |
Neil Scales

Director-General Department of Transport and Main Roads - QLD

Greg Chemello
Greg Chemello

General Manager – Economic Development Queensland Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning

Nigel Chamier OAM |
Nigel Chamier OAM

Chairman - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation Executive Chairman - NAC Investments Pty Ltd

David Quinn
David Quinn

Chief Executive Officer Building Queensland

Michael Roche
Michael Roche

Chief Executive Queensland Resources Council (QRC)

Tim Poole |
Tim Poole

Local Project Director Gold Coast Integrated Resort

Gary Carter
Gary Carter

Port Planning and Development - General Manager Gladstone Ports Corporation


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Topics Overview

  • Queen’s Wharf Brisbane
  • Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Venues
  • Gold Coast Light Rail – Stage 2
  • Current Issues Facing Major Infrastructure Projects in the Resources Sector
  • Assessing Infrastructure Priorities for Queensland
  • Gold Coast Integrated Resort Development
  • Overview of the Gladstone Port Strategic Plan
  • Outlook and Opportunities for the Resources Sector in Queensland
  • Planning Reforms for Queensland
  • Remaining Internationally Competitive: Infrastructure for Modern Queensland Agriculture
  • Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project

Top 5 Reasons to Attend

  • DISCOVER what will be the next major infrastructure projects in Queensland
  • GAIN first-hand insights on the State’s focus towards delivering better infrastructure
  • DISCUSS the challenges facing the QLD Government and how it plans to meet public infrastructure requirements
  • HEAR how the industry is financing projects in transport, housing, energy & other major projects
  • INTERACT with senior executives from public and private sectors

Interesting Facts


25+
INDUSTRY EXPERT SPEAKERS

7 +
HOURS
OF NETWORKING

200+
DELEGATES

Who Should Attend

  • Federal, State & Local Government Department & Agencies
  • Banking, Finance & Law
  • Construction Contractors
  • Suppliers
  • Project Developers & Planners
  • Urban & Rural Developers
  • Road, Rail & Ports
  • Consultants (Environmental / Engineering / Project Management)
  • Economists

Registration Closed!

1-2 December 2015

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Brisbane, QLD

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