Public Private Partnerships (PPP) for
Major Infrastructure 2018

Mitigate Commercial Risk, Improve Partnership Co-Operation, & Upgrade Asset Management Plans for Viable Long-Term PPPs

 There is $72.7 billion in Public Private Partnerships expected in the near future, with Road, Rail and Social Infrastructure being the biggest receivers of this investment. However the fate of PPPs is often tied to public perception, and high-risk complex contractual arrangements. With new models for financing, the division of PPP into smaller contracts and long-term partnerships emerging, there is renewed opportunity for both the public and private sector alike to enter into sustainable long-term contracts with reduced risk and mutually valuable outcomes for both parties.

With these opportunities in mind, IQPC presents the PPP for Major Infrastructure Summit. From 30 – 31 May 2018, the event will bring together successful PPP stakeholders from both the public and private sectors to provide in-depth case studies and insight into mitigating commercial risk, improving partnership co-operation and ensuring viable long term PPPs.

  • Learn from Best in Class Projects Singapore Sports Hub The world’s largest sports infrastructure PPP
  • NorthConnex An Unsolicited Contract
  • OSARs PPP3.0: A highly complex Infrastructure Project
  • Philippines’ Mactan-Cebu International Airports
  • Northern Beaches Hospital
  • Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre: A $1 billion project completed on time and to budget
  • Gold-Coast Light Rail Stage 2: Finished a couple of weeks in front of schedule
  • Sydney Toll Road Network: $2.7 billion profit between Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane annually!

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Who Will You Meet?

 

Directors, Heads of, Managers:
  • Head of PPP 
  • Partnership Managers
  • Manager, Commerical & Risk 
  • Head of Infrastructure
  • Project Managers / Directors 
  • Contract Managers
  • Head of Commercial Procurement
From the following industries:
  • Local / State / Federal Government
  • PPP Consortiums
  • Construction Companies
  • Engineering Companies
  • Integrated Facility Services
  • Transport and Roads
  • Capital and Legal Organisations

In 2018, the key themes we will discuss are:

Developing greater private sector engagement and stronger PPP project pipelines

Effectively evaluating risk during the project lifecycle

Examining government and industry approaches to project selection and evaluation

Exploring how Competitive PPP bids are developed, managed and financed

Gaining insight into the bid evaluation process and contract negotiation

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