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Program released for Inside Construction Expo

Inside Construction Expo program

The conference program for Inside Construction Expo 2023 has been announced.

An event dedicated to major commercial and civil projects in the Australian construction industry, the Expo is being held from September 20 to 21 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

With six themes being discussed over three stages across the two-day event, the conference program promises to be informative and engaging.

The conference will cover the following six major themes:
1. Workplace Wellbeing and Team Management
2. Digital Transformation and Connectivity
3. Sustainability and Environment
4. Construction Productivity
5. The Skills Gap: Training, Education, Recruitment and Careers
6. Health and Safety

View the program here.

Tickets to attend the conference are FREE, and also provide access to the trade show.

Speakers include:

James Kennedy: Head of Safety and Environment, Australian Rail Track Corporation
Kennedy has more than 27 years’ experience in the construction industry working for Tier 1 contractors both in Australia and Asia.
He is now applying his extensive construction delivery experience and client-side focus to lead safety and environment functions at business unit level to create safer and more sustainable workplaces.

Joe Smith: CEO, National Fire Industry Association
Smith has significant national and international political experience from his time in the UK and EU, as well as a background in finance and marketing.
Real fire protection means great work is done by an industry with professionals with the right skills and experience. It means proper licensing to reflect the skills and experience needed by both workers and businesses. It makes for a safer Australia.

Jono Bonifant: CEO, Lentune
Lentune is a company dedicated to building smarter construction software. Lentune creates clever tech solutions that radically improve the way construction business processes and views cost management information.
Lentune’s recent selection for the prestigious “Culture 50 – Emerging companies” award, reflects Bonifant’s dedication to creating a positive work culture, driven by core values.

Sarah Marshall: EGM People, Safety and Sustainability, Fulton Hogan
With more than 27 years of experience working in the construction and infrastructure industry, Marshall is a courageous, resilient and highly respected leader.
She has spent her career spearheading positive cultural change in the infrastructure industry, including driving infrastructure sustainability, reducing the stigma of mental health issues, increasing Indigenous engagement and procurement, workforce employment, skilling and training and driving improvements in diversity. She is also an experienced Government and NFP Board director.