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6th Annual
NSW Major Projects Conference 2014

26-27 November 2014, Doltone House | Hyde Park - Sydney, NSW


The 6th Annual NSW Major Projects Conference 2014 - “Rebuilding New South Wales”, will be held on the 26-27 November 2014 at Doltone House | Hyde Park - Sydney. This event continues to be the largest major projects and infrastructure conference in the state, attracting 250+ delegates annually.

With the recent budget announcement, NSW has shown its commitment towards ensuring the state continues to move towards sustainable economic growth.

The NSW State has committed $60 Billion into Infrastructure projects over the next four years outlining the Government’s priorities in the foreseeable future. Major investments into Rail and Road projects will ensure the critical issues of congestion are being resolved, working towards the city’s economic and social prosperity by delivering world class transport and road networks.

The Conference will bring together both government and private speakers involved in various key infrastructure projects around the state to provide an insight and update about the funding, status, timelines, opportunities and priorities of these vital projects.

Some key transport topics which will be discussed and addressed at the event will be the delivery of the $14.9 Billion WestConnex Motorway project, the $8.3 Billion North West Rail Link, $1.6 Billion CBD and South East Light Rail, the $3 Billion NorthConnex along with the Pacific Highway Upgrade. The Conference will also see presentations about the leading urban renewal redevelopment projects including the $1.1 Billion Darling Harbour Live Project.

The 6th Annual NSW Major Projects Conference will evaluate in detail the above projects and will also discover the investments being made across health, water, energy and land.

NSW is entering a once in a generation opportunity to reimagine how it plans and prepares for the State’s future growth.

Join us at the NSW Major Projects Conference as we examine how the State aims to tackle these critical projects to ensure NSW continues sustainable economic growth.


6th Annual
NSW Major Projects Conference 2014

26-27 November 2014, Doltone House | Hyde Park - Sydney, NSW


The 6th Annual NSW Major Projects Conference 2014- “Rebuilding New South Wales”, will be held on the 26-27 November 2014 at Doltone House | Hyde Park - Sydney. This event continues to be the largest major projects and infrastructure conference in the state, attracting 250+ delegates annually.

With the recent budget announcement, NSW has shown its commitment towards ensuring the state continues to move towards sustainable economic growth.

The NSW State has committed $60 Billion into Infrastructure projects over the next four years outlining the Government’s priorities in the foreseeable future. Major investments into Rail and Road projects will ensure the critical issues of congestion are being resolved, working towards the city’s economic and social prosperity by delivering world class transport and road networks.  

The Conference will bring together both government and private speakers involved in various key infrastructure projects around the state to provide an insight and update about the funding, status, timelines, opportunities and priorities of these vital projects.

Some key transport topics which will be discussed and addressed at the event will be the delivery of the $14.9 Billion WestConnex Motorway project, the $8.3 Billion North West Rail Link, $1.6 Billion CBD and South East Light Rail, the $3 Billion NorthConnex along with the Pacific Highway Upgrade. The Conference will also see presentations about the leading urban renewal redevelopment projects including the $1.1 Billion Darling Harbour Live Project.

The 6th Annual NSW Major Projects Conference will evaluate in detail the above projects and will also discover the investments being made across health, water, energy and land.

NSW is entering a once in a generation opportunity to reimagine how it plans and prepares for the State’s future growth.

Join us at the NSW Major Projects Conference as we examine how the State aims to tackle these critical projects to ensure NSW continues sustainable economic growth.

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2014 Topics Overview

  • WestConnex
  • Sydney Light Rail Project
  • NorthConnex
  • North West Rail Link
  • Pacific Highway Upgrade
  • Darling Harbour Revitalisation Project
  • The Second Airport at Badgerys Creek
  • Freight & Ports Overview
  • Northern Beaches Hospital
  • Barangaroo Redevelopment
  • Hunter Region Infrastructure Plan
  • Sydney 2030
  • Renewable Energy Opportunities in NSW

Who should attend

  • Federal, State & Local Government Department & Agencies
  • Banking, Finance & Law
  • Construction Contractors
  • Suppliers
  • Project Developers & Planners
  • Urban & Rural Developers
  • Road, Rail & Ports
  • Consultants (Environmental / Engineering / Project Management)
  • Economists

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