The WA Major Projects Conference is WA’s premiere infrastructure and development industry event. It provides an accessible platform for specialised industry experts to discuss priority infrastructure projects, sector outlooks and future growth plans regarding Australia’s largest state. The conference attracts over 300 attendees annually, and will be held at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre on the 21st and 22nd of March 2018.
With the release of the 2017-18 State Budget, the Western Australian Government has committed $2.7 billion into transport, rail and roads, $465 million investment into WA school infrastructure and $731 million in health and mental health facilities.
The WA Major Projects Conference brings together a mix of national and international, private, public and governmental executives. Industry professional speakers will deliver presentations on projects in sectors such as transport, education and tourism. Key topics include the Metronet Project, World Trade Centre Project, the Greater Curtin Plan, The Towers and Ritz Carlton, and the Kings Square Redevelopment Project. Those who attend will have the opportunity to network, learn and have a role in helping mould WA’s future.
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24, 2018
In 2017 The Economist named Perth the seventh most liveable city in the world. Beating Sydney to a spot in the top 10, Australia’s western capital city is coming into its own.
MONDAY DECEMBER 18, 2017
The $270 million redevelopment of Kings Square, Freemantle, is currently in construction planning stages with Probuild.
MONDAY DECEMBER 04, 2017
In a bid to better connect Perth and its surrounding suburbs, aid future residential needs, create jobs and ease congestion on Western Australian roads, the State Government has developed a long term plan in the form of Metronet.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 13, 2017
Coined as ‘Bringing Innovation to Life’, the $500 million Greater Curtin Vision aims to propel Perth’s Curtin University into the same competitive league with the likes of Oxford or Harvard Universities.
FRIDAY MAY 19, 2017
Western Australia’s Metronet project has received an investment of $1.8 billion from the Federal Budget among a range of infrastructure projects, creating more jobs in the rail and road sectors.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 26, 2017
Western Australia is looking to new areas of growth in key sectors such as agriculture, technology and tourism as the economy transitions from predominately resource driven investment.
Great event. Got some great contacts. Networking was great. Picked up 4 jobs. Staff helpful and polite
It's always great to engage with people outside the office, although still in a like-minded setting. WA Major Projects Conference provided that opportunity along with the added bonus of relevant and informative speakers.
Senior Business Development Manager