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17th Annual PPP Summit

Examining the status of all major projects throughout Australia.

23-24 October | Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney

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EARLY BIRD RATE AVAILABLE - REGISTER BY 31 August 2017

overview

The National PPP Summit returns for its 17th instalment, examining the status of all major projects throughout Australia.

Hear the Governments very latest plans to develop key infrastructure, including details on the nature of state planning for the future.

Understand the position of Australia in the global environment of PPPs. What has changed in the last year? Will Australia continue to move forwards in regard to infrastructure and, if so, what will this country look like in years to come?

Key topics:

  • Risk Management
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Financing the future PPP
  • Project management co-ordination

agenda

8:50 am

OPENING | Opening remarks from the Chair

9:00 am

——The plan – the infrastructure pipeline and priorities
——The climate – the Government’s appetite for investment
——The framework – the procurement environment and models
——The opportunity – partnering for the future

9:30 am

——Reviewing the major projects pipeline
——Regional developments and opportunities
——Engaging with industry stakeholders

10:00 am

Network and refreshment break

REGIONAL GOVERNANCE

10:30 am

——The Match Review Panel – what was failing
——The Infrastructure Reform Journey
——Our first two PPPs
——Measuring success

11:00 am

——Implementing Victoria’s Infrastructure Strategy and 5 year Plan
——Current project priorities and policy reforms
——Long-term partnerships and service delivery

12:30 pm

Lunch and networking break

PROJECT CASE STUDIES

1:30 pm

—— Outlining the major economic and commercial benefits and the
link to broader program
—— Anticipating realistic returns to ARTC – stakeholders and
customers
—— Mitigating the financial risks, engineering and delivery and
keeping costs on track

2:00 pm

——Lessons learnt
——The risk allocation component
——An update on the project to date

2:30 pm

Networking and refreshment break

3:00 pm

——The criticality of the Partnership P
——Mobilisation, you start how you want to finish
——Innovations and technology to deliver project value
——Sustainability and energy consumption
——Lifecycle and Asset Management

3:30 pm

——Best practices in the tendering process
——Improving outcomes for government and industry
——Harmonising PPP Bidding procedures
——Quantifying risks and balancing costs in minor projects

4:30 pm

Closing remarks from the Chair

4:40 pm

Networking Drinks

8:50 am

OPENING | Opening remarks from the Chair

REGIONAL INVESTMENT

9:00 am

—— What are the key performance indicators of PPP project
management success?
—— How private parties can best partner with Government on market
led proposals
——PPP Delivery Process

9:30 am

—— What are the key successes and challenges NAIF has faced so far
—— What profile can we expect from NAIF in industry engagement?
—— How will NAIF support infrastructure and PPP investment in
Northern Australia?

10:00 am

Network and refreshment break

10:30 am

—— How have Building Queensland inspired change in PPP decision
making?
—— Business Case Development Framework 2 – what are the key
implications for PPPs?
—— Case studies of PPP project management successes and failures
in Queensland

11:00 am

—— How can independent state bodies better work together in
tackling key issues?
——I mproving risk identification and mitigation in prioritising major
infrastructure projects
—— Delivering world-class advocacy, project management and
stakeholder engagement

12:00 pm

Lunch and networking break

1:00 pm

——Getting risk management right in PPP financing
——Delivering a win-win for governments and the private sector
——Case Studies of success using Market Led Proposals

1:30 pm

With cash strapped councils needing funds for infrastructure and
affordable housing they are beginning to use the planning system to
trade with the private sector for funding as a trade off for extra floor
space. The same is happening with so called Value Capture where
funds for transport infrastructure are captured the private sector
from the extra value from floor space uplift.

2:00 pm

—— How can Australia entice more overseas investors to the
marketplace?
—— What innovations in PPP financing can we learn from our
international partners?
—— What role will the GI Hub play in stimulating PPP reform,
engagement and investment?

2:30 pm

Networking and refreshment break

3:00 pm

Global Infrastructure Pipeline, Infrastructure Compass and Infrastructure Outlook

Daniel Fedson, Director, Global Infrastructure Hub

3:30 pm

—— Examining the global megatrends in PPP modeling and
investment
—— Balancing innovation with its capacity to generate measurable
returns
——Cutting the red tape and streamlining due processes

4:30 pm

Closing remarks from the Chair

4:40 pm

End of Conference

pricing

Packages Price
Package(Two Days) $3399$3199+GSTEarly BirdEarly Bird

* Early bird rate available until 31 August 2017

speakers

dan-marshall

Dan Marshall

Head of PPP Programme, NZ Treasury

warwick-agnew

Warwick Agnew

Deputy Under Treasurer - Agency Performance & Investment, Queensland Treasury

Peter Murray

Executive Director, Infrastructure and Capital Works, ACT Government

kate-osullivan-profile-pic

Kate O’Sullivan

Assistant Director, Partnerships Victoria, Department of Treasury and Finance

Peter Winder

Peter Winder

Executive Director Inland Rail, ARTC

Nicholas Wall

Director Development, Acciona Infrastructure Australia

Stephen McIntyre

Group General Manager - Health & PPPs, Spotless

riches-david

David Riches

Executive Director – Projects NSW, Infrastructure NSW

Senior Representative, NAIF

Damian Gould

Chief Executive Officer, Building Queensland

Gerard Paynter

Executive Director, Initiative Capital

chris-johnson

Chris Johnson

CEO, Urban Taskforce Australia

Daniel Fedson

Director, Global Infrastructure Hub

Geoff Meulman

Geoff Meulman

General Manager, Infrastructure Development, John Holland Group

when & where

23 - 24 Oct 2017

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney
27 O’Connell St
Sydney NSW 2000
+61 (02) 8214 0000
www.radissonblu.com/en/plazahotel-sydney

Book Accommodation with Lido Group
For your convenience Lido Group will manage your accommodation needs. Call 02 8585 0808.

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Adam Wiltshire
Conference Producer
02 9080 4321
Adam.Wiltshire@informa.com.au

Alex Cook
Sponsorship Manager
02 9080 4425
Alex.Cook@informa.com.au

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