2017 Annual Infrastructure Sustainability Conference
Date(s) - 18/10/2017
Melbourne Convention Centre
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Bringing together leading industry thinkers across government and private sectors to discuss the shifting infrastructure paradigm.
Click here to download the 3 day program – We’ve recently added new speakers!
We are excited to announce that the 2017 Annual Infrastructure Sustainability Conference and Awards Ceremony is on 17th-19th October – for the very first time in Melbourne. The Infrastructure Sustainability Conference brings together industry stakeholders to discuss and debate trends, issues, successes and challenges in global infrastructure sustainability. Join management and professionals from all infrastructure asset types involved in planning, design, construction and maintenance to network, learn and share environmental, economic and social excellence.
This year we have an exciting agenda; including a site tour of the Bayswater Level Crossing sponsored by Laing O’Rourke; panels and presentations on a wide range of pioneering topics and practices; including the benefits of intergovernmental collaboration, funding and finance mechanisms, delivering on the sustainable development goals and a new urban agenda through infrastructure, plus much, much more. Watch this space – we have exciting announcements coming in the following weeks!
Get your nominations in today for the 2017 Sustainability in Infrastructure Awards. The Awards recognise and reward the advancement of sustainability outcomes through projects and assets as well applaud those organisations and individuals who demonstrate leadership in infrastructure sustainability. This year the Gala Dinner and Awards MC is Australian writer, comedian and TV personality Craig Ruecassel – most famous for his work on The Chaser and the War on Waste.
Date: Wednesday 18 October 2017 | Time: 9am to 5pm | Location: Melbourne
Conference categories include:
- Infrastructures role in city and regional resilience
- Enhancement through social inclusion
- Design for cultural context
- Incorporating biodiversity
- Valuing human and natural capital
- Operational asset leadership
- Evolution of decision making based on social returns
- Major achievements for minor works