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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, 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.

The NSW State Infrastructure Plan outlines the Government’s funded infrastructure priorities in the foreseeable future with state infrastructure expenditure to total $61.5 billion over the four years to 2017-18.

The NSW government is embarking on comprehensive infrastructure projects across the transport sector, with half of the State Government’s infrastructure program now dedicated to transport projects representing around an extra $8 billion of transport infrastructure investment over a four year period. The 6th Annual NSW Major Projects Conference will evaluate in detail these projects yet will also discover the investments being made across housing, water, energy, health, land as well as large scale urban renewal projects taking place in Parramatta and Penrith. The conference will also review the continued city revitalisation plans of Darling Harbour and Barangaroo in Sydney’s heartland.

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 New South Wales continued economic development.


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, 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.

The NSW State Infrastructure Plan outlines the Government’s funded infrastructure priorities in the foreseeable future with state infrastructure expenditure to total $61.5 billion over the four years to 2017-18.

The NSW government is embarking on comprehensive infrastructure projects across the transport sector, with half of the State Government’s infrastructure program now dedicated to transport projects representing around an extra $8 billion of transport infrastructure investment over a four year period. The 6th Annual NSW Major Projects Conference will evaluate in detail these projects yet will also discover the investments being made across housing, water, energy, health, land as well as large scale urban renewal projects taking place in Parramatta and Penrith. The conference will also review the continued city revitalisation plans of Darling Harbour and Barangaroo in Sydney’s heartland.

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 New South Wales continued economic development.

2014 Topics Overview

  • WestConnex
  • Pacific & Princes Highway Upgrades
  • Bridges for the Bush Program
  • South East Light Rail
  • Darling Harbour Redevelopment
  • Northern Beaches Hospital
  • Blacktown & Mount Druitt Hospital Redevelopments
  • Barangaroo - Progress Report
  • $824 million dollar Growth Centre Water Works Program
  • Northern Sydney Freight Corridor
  • Resources for Regions
  • Parramatta Light Rail

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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