30 - 31 May 2017 | Novotel Sydney Central, Sydney, Australia

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Fast Track your Attendance

Want to fast track your registration to PPP for Major Infrastructure 2017? It's easy - just download, fill out this form and send it to registration@iqpc.com.au

Fast Track your Attendance

Want to fast track your registration to PPP for Major Infrastructure 2017? It's easy - just download, fill out this form and send it to registration@iqpc.com.au

Case Study

Negotiating Australia's Largest PPP Project Tender & Delivery

Ahead of the inaugural PPP for Major Infrastructure 2017 Summit we chat to Stephane Chapuis, Acting Director of the Project Management Office for $8.3 billion Sydney Metro Northwest project – Australia’s biggest transport infrastructure project and the largest PPP tender awarded to date.  

In this Q&A Stephane shares with us details of the Sydney Metro Northwest project and further explores the tender and delivery process behind the massive project. 

Negotiating Australia's Largest PPP Project Tender & Delivery

Ahead of the inaugural PPP for Major Infrastructure 2017 Summit we chat to Stephane Chapuis, Acting Director of the Project Management Office for $8.3 billion Sydney Metro Northwest project – Australia’s biggest transport infrastructure project and the largest PPP tender awarded to date.  

In this Q&A Stephane shares with us details of the Sydney Metro Northwest project and further explores the tender and delivery process behind the massive project. 

Case Study

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 the overall PPP tender process.

Infographics

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.

National Media

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 and maintain the light rail line in late 2014, with financial close taking place early the following year. The ALTRAC Light Rail consortium also includes Transdev Sydney, Acciona Infrastructure Australia and Capella Capital, in addition to three equity investors: John Laing, First State Super and Acciona Concesiones. The line is due to open in 2019.

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 Education to be worth more than $140m (NZ$200m), Cimic said in a statement.