The 8th Annual WA Major Projects Conference will take place on the 20th & 21st of June at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre. As WA’s largest construction and infrastructure event, attracting over 300 delegates annually, the conference continues to provide an essential platform for discussion of the state’s priority infrastructure projects, sector outlooks and future growth plans.
As Western Australia’s economy is readjusting after the mining boom, the conference will feature presentations on evaluating opportunities in key growing sectors set to strengthen the state such as tourism, transport, education and health.
Industry professionals from the public and private sectors will present their insights on the shifting WA market, while also focusing on important infrastructure projects such as Roe 8 and the new Perth Museum. This unmissable event will highlight the potential for growth in the state.
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.
TUESDAY MARCH 07, 2017
In the lead up to the WA State Election on March 11th 2017, transport infrastructure continues to loom large as a debated topic for the state.
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 08, 2017
With economic and financial capacity directed to infrastructure as well as transport projects across Western Australia, the Federal and State governments have allocated substantial funds for major projects.
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