29 - 31 May, 2018 | Rydges Sydney Central , Sydney, Australia

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Successfully Developing a Competitive Bid and Improving Tender Processes

Ahead of the inaugural PPP for Major Infrastructure 2017 event we chat to Nick Wall, Director at Acciona Infrastructure Development Australia. Nick shares with us details of Acciona’s successful bid to secure the $700 million Puhoi to Warkworth Motorway project in New Zealand and ...

Meeting Barangaroo’s Skills and Labour Shortage with TAFE NSW’ Innovative Skills Exchange Programme

Ahead of the PPP for Major Infrastructure Summit 2018 we chat to Ron Wright, Project Director for Civil Construction and Infrastructure Projects for TAFE NSW. In this article Ron shares details of TAFE NSW’ skills exchange programme that, in collaboration with Lendlease, h ...

Three Case Studies on Reducing Risk in P3 Projects: Competitive Bids, Evaluating Tenders, Managing Stakeholders

Ahead of the PPP for Major Infrastructure Summit 2018 we discuss major project management and development pain points and, through the exploration of some of Australia’s largest Public Private Partnerships, delve into best practice strategies being leveraged to ensure proj ...

Exploring Best Practice PPP Project Delivery & Management Strategies

Ahead of the PPP for Major Infrastructure Summit 2018 we take a look at five best practice project delivery strategies employed by the project teams behind some of the nation’s largest PPP projects. These strategies have helped ensure multi-billion dollar p ...

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5 Issues Impacting PPPs & How We Can Solve Them

Australia’s surging population is reliant on PPPs to deliver large-scale strategic infrastructure developments. However the PPP method is fraught with challenges for both public and private sector project partners. To combat this the inaugural PPP Summit delves into the key issues impacting the industry and explores solutions.

Successfully Developing a Competitive Bid and Improving the Tender Process

Ahead of the inaugural PPP for Major Infrastructure 2017 event we chat to Nick Wall, Director at Acciona Infrastructure Development Australia. Nick shares with us details of Acciona’s successful bid to secure the $700 million Puhoi to Warkworth Motorway project in New Zealand and also shares his thoughts on improving...

First Citadis X05 tram rolled out

AUSTRALIA: The first of 60 Citadis X05 trams that Alstom is supplying to operate on the CBD & South East Light Rail line in Sydney has been rolled out, and is due to arrive in Sydney later this year.A consortium including Alstom signed a A$2·1bn PPP contract to build, operate...

Australia’s Cimic to deliver four PPP schools in New Zealand

New Zealand has picked Australia’s Cimic Group as preferred choice to deliver four new schools in a public-private partnership (PPP) scheme.Cimic Group’s role in the project spans design, construction and financing through two of its companies, Pacific Partnerships and CPB Contractors.The contract is anticipated by the New Zealand Ministry of...

NSW PPPs: Where We Are and Where Are We Heading

In last year's presentation from PPP for Major Infrastructure Summit 2017, Kim Curtain, Executive Director, Head of ISFU at NSW Treasury delves into the latestupdates in NSW PPP projects, including:An overview of the projects in delivery phaseUpdated Metrics on performance of operational assetsAn overview of the pipeline of upcoming projectsProgress and changes on...

Strategies Utilised to Ensure a Successful Bid

In this presentation from PPP for Major Infrastructure Summit 2017, Nick Wall, Director Development at Acciona Infrastructure Australia explores the second PPP roadproject to be undertaken in New Zealand and the solutions developed to meet the client’s exact expectations. He delves into the collaborative way they have engaged with the client to achieve the...

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Meeting Barangaroo’s Skills and Labour Shortage with TAFE NSW’ Skills Exchange Programme (PDF)

Ahead of the PPP for Major Infrastructure Summit 2018 we chat to Ron Wright, Project Director for Civil Construction and Infrastructure Projects for TAFE NSW. In this article Ron shares details of TAFE NSW’ skills exchange programme that, in collaboration with Lendlease, helped deliver the Barangaroo Project on time and...

Designing a Fantastic Fan Experience at the new $1.6b Perth Stadium

Ahead of the PPP for Major Infrastructure Summit 2018 we take a look at this past presentation from Ronnie Hurst, Project Director, The Perth Stadium and Department of Sport and Recreation Western Australia, that looks at the PPP delivery of the $1.6b Optus Stadium.Download the full presentation to learn more.Tender...

Sunshine Coast University Hospital PPP Project – Delivering a Tertiary Teaching Hospital as an Integrated Network of Accessible Healthcare

Ahead of the PPP for Major Infrastructure Summit 2018 we take a look at this past presentation from Scott Lisle, Executive Director Sunshine Coast University Hospital Program Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service, that looks at the PPP delivery of the 1.8b Sunshine Coast University Hospital . Download the full...

The Sydney Light Rail Route between Circular Quay to Randwick and Kensington: Understanding the Delivery Challenges and Future Plans for Operation under a PPP Agreement

Ahead of the PPP for Major Infrastructure Summit 2018 we take a look at this past presentation from Simon Hussey, Director Project Operations at the Sydney Light Rail Delivery Office, that looks at the Sydney Metro PPP project. Download the full presentation to learn more.Update on the Light Rail Route...

On the perils of using PPPs to meet Auckland’s roading needs

More than once, the coalition government has ruled out using public private partnerships (PPPs) to fund the country’s infrastructure needs in health and education – apparently private profiteering in those areas is recognised as being undesirable. Not the same story though with transport, and the reasons for that differential treatment...

Are public private partnerships the answer to our transport network woes?

The government are pushing for public private partnerships to fund big transport infrastructure projects, like the light rail network for Auckland, basically because they’re really really expensive. They’re a way for governments to get private sector cash and expertise for public assets. Generally under this model, the services are managed...

Victoria's $1.4b budget to deliver big road, infrastructure spend

The Victorian government will deliver a healthy $1.4 billion budget surplus on Tuesday with big pre-election spending planned on infrastructure, skills, health and education.

Here's what makes a successful public-private partnership

Public-private partnerships are a common way of getting major infrastructure projects across the line, but some failed deals have left governments and investors with burnt fingers.They are contenders for the public-private partnership (PPP) infrastructure projects-gone-bad award – Metronet Rail’s part in the failed London Underground upgrade from 2003-08, and the...