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Annual WA Major Projects Conference
Perth, Australia 13 – 14 March / 2012
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About the conference
WA Major Projects Conference is the largest major projects and infrastructure conference in Western Australia. In 2011, WA Major Projects Conference attracted over 350 delegates. The 2012 conference is expected to be bigger and better.
The WA Major Projects Conference will focus not only on the areas of investment but will also focus on other sectors of infrastructure that play a vital role to ensure the future growth of the state including projects that attract strategic investments to Western Australia.
The times ahead are filled with opportunities and the "WA Major Projects Conference” is intended to help delegates take advantage of the emerging opportunities through learning and sharing.
The conference will provide the ideal opportunity to examine projects shaping the state with the main aim being to assist both the public as well as the private sector in better understanding the WA Market and providing them with an effective, efficient and environmentally viable means of being involved with projects.
Sectors covered in the conference agenda:
- Public Transport
- Land & Property
High profile speakers from both Public and Private sectors will deliver an informative and exciting program. The announcement of major projects and policies will enable the conference's high level attendees to better examine and identify the business and investment opportunities that are taking shape in their industries.
By providing a high-level forum for discussion, debate and doing business, this conference will help contractors, suppliers, and the public sector to work together in ensuring that the WA Market is still the best place to live, invest and do business.