Leaders and key decision makers from Queensland’s infrastructure sector are set to converge on Brisbane on 14 September for the 4th Annual Queensland Infrastructure Summit.
Presented by the Infrastructure Association of Queensland (IAQ) and hosted at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, the summit – through the core theme of building consensus – will focus on pertinent issues on achieving an economic vision for the state.
The event aims to address key questions for the region’s infrastructure requirements, including: how should the state fund its most important projects? How can a pipeline of investable projects be grown and attract the private sector? What do changes in Federal priorities mean for Queensland?
Including an interactive IAQ Infrastructure Innovation Challenge, the event also plays host to a wide range of industry speakers, including Queensland Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick, Grattan Institute Transport Program Director Marion Terrill, Cross River Rail Delivery Authority CEO Graeme Newton and PP Transaction Manager for ARTC Inland Rail Simon Fraser, to name a few.
The summit aims to provide a platform for infrastructure contractors, planners, policy makers and advisors to share ideas, network and witness the possibilities on the horizon for Queensland’s infrastructure future.
More information and details on attending the summit can be found here.