WA Major Projects Conference 2019

20-21 March 2019
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Perth, WA

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Private and Government Funding Investments into Western Australian Major Projects

Posted On February 8, 2017

Private and Government Funding Investments into Western Australian Major Projects

As Western Australia’s economy continues to re-adjust post-mining boom, a number of new infrastructure and transport projects are planned for the State to accommodate continued population growth.

Developments across the state will be discussed at the 8th Annual WA Major Projects Conference 2017. Now in its 8th year, the conference is Western Australia’s largest major projects and infrastructure event, continuing to attract over 300 delegates annually.

The WA Government’s vision of a growing Perth has resulted in the Transport @ 3.5 million plan sets forth a vision for the next generation of Perth’s transport network. The long-term plan for the city’s transport future looks at how the network can efficiently sustain a growing population, which is approaching 3.5 million and beyond.

The plan will see over $1.8 billion injected into key roads and public transport infrastructure projects that are expected to revitalise liveability in the area through a focus on access to jobs, universities and schools. The plan aims to accommodate the transport requirements of an additional 1.4 million people.

The plan provides a framework for a transport network which can keep people and freight moving as the city continues to expand, taking into consideration future living and working centres. .    

WA Department of Transport, Managing Director, Graeme Doyle will discuss transport infrastructure priorities for Western Australia at the WA Major Projects Conference.

Currently under construction in Western Australia, the $2 billion Forrestfield Airport Link development has received an additional $490 million investment from the Federal Government towards the improvement.

Jointly funded by the Australian and Western Australian governments, the project aims to connect Perth’s eastern suburbs with the CBD, seeing three additional stations built at Belmont, Airport Central and Forrestfield.

This significant transport project for the State aims to increase public transport options for the eastern suburbs, improving access between the city and Perth Airport. It will also drive development in surrounding areas which is expected to benefit local residents.

Completion for the major work is slated for 2020. Appearing at the WA Major Projects Conference, Forrestfield-Airport Link Project Director Dave Thomas will discuss timelines for construction and benefits for the community at the Conference.

A $1.85 billion new World Trade Centre, designed by Woods Bagot, has been proposed for Perth city. The mixed-use high-rise complex is envisioned as a 75-storey structure incorporating apartments, offices and a hotel as well as a shopping precinct and convention centre. The developer, World Trade Centre Perth, will manage the complex’s commercial activities. Principal of Woods Bagot, Grant Boshard will discuss the exciting new proposal at the WA Major Projects Conference.

The 8th Annual WA Major Projects Conference is taking place on the 20th- 21st of June at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. 

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20-21 March 2019

Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Perth, WA

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