Friday 20th Sep, 2019

Rail well represented at next Infrastructure Summit

Photo: Informa Australia

Key politicians and rail leaders from passenger and freight sectors are part of a packed agenda for the Australian Financial Review’s National Infrastructure Summit set for June 12-13.

Australia has witnessed an unprecedented level of infrastructure spending in recent years, with major projects unveiled regularly by state and federal governments. But how are these projects really fairing?

This and other key questions will be discussed at the Summit, which will be hosted by the Australian Financial Review in association with Deloitte at the Grand Hyatt Melbourne on June 12 and 13. Political debate, exclusive industry perspectives and a comprehensive overview of the project pipeline will be provided by a strong lineup of speakers and panellists.

More than 300 investors, planners, contractors, advisers and policy makers are expected.

Speakers include:

  • The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria
  • The Hon. Andrew Constance MP, NSW Minister for Transport and Roads
  • Romilly Madew, CEO, Infrastructure Australia
  • Richard Wankmuller, CEO, Inland Rail
  • Graeme Newton, CEO, Cross River Rail Delivery Project (QLD)
  • Joe Barr, CEO, John Holland
  • Brendan Bourke, CEO, Port of Melbourne
  • Marion Terrill, Transport and Cities Program Director, Grattan Institute
  • Craig Carmody, CEO, Port of Newcastle
  • Duncan Edghill, Director-General, Transport Canberra
  • Dr Jon Lamonte, CEO, Sydney Metro
  • Matina Papathanasiou, Deputy Head of QIC Global Infrastructure
  • Marika Calfas, CEO, NSW Ports
  • Angela Davis, GM Technology – NSW & Westconnex Transurban
  • Andrew Head, CEO, WestConnex
  • Leilani Frew, CEO, IPFA
  • Michel Masson, CEO, Infrastructure Victoria
  • Kyle Mangini, Global Head of Infrastructure, IFM Investors
  • Jayne Whitney, Chief Strategy Officer, John Holland
  • Dr Sheelan Vaez, Head of Spatial Insights and Analytics, VicRoads
  • Sam Sangster, CEO, Western City & Aerotropolis Authority
  • Jim Betts, CEO, Infrastructure NSW
  • Henry Greenacre, Head of Operations, Uber Australia & New Zealand
  • Chris Birrer, First Asst Secretary, Defence Estate and Infrastructure Group
  • Adrian Dwyer, CEO, Infrastructure Partnerships Australia
  • Marco Assorati, Executive Director APAC, Salini Impregilo
  • Bede Noonan, Managing Director, Acciona Geotech Holdings
  • Derek Lai, Belt and Road Global Leader and Vice-Chair, Deloitte China
  • Peter Durante, Managing Director – Technology & Innovation, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (UK)
  • Daniel Adams, Project Manager and Economic Development Coordinator, City of Prospect, SA
  • Jon Davies, CEO, Queensland Major Contractors Association
  • Benedicte Colin, Director – Infrastructure Investments, CDPQ
  • Michael Cosgrave, Executive General Manager, Infrastructure Regulation Division, ACCC
  • Camilla Drover, Executive Director, Motorways, RMS
  • Martin Cutter, CEO, City of Geelong
  • Lorie Argus, Chief of Parking & Ground Access, Melbourne Airport
  • Alison Roberts, CEO, A4NZ
  • Nik Kemp, Head of Infrastructure, Australian Super
  • John Georgiou, Chairman, Georgiou Group
  • Kylie Rampa, CEO, Property Australia (Lendlease)
  • Professor Peter McDonald, Professor of Demography, University of Melbourne
  • Aneetha De Silva, Managing Director – Government, Aurecon
  • Rob Stewart, Managing Partner, Global Infrastructure Partners
  • Richard Timbs, Senior Director/Sector Lead, Infrastructure Ratings, S&P Global Ratings
  • Louise Adams, Managing Director – Australia & New Zealand, Aurecon

To find out more and to register, visit AFRinfrastructure.com.au

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