WA Major Projects Conference 2020

4-5 March 2020
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Perth, WA

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Break Through WA’s Booming Infrastructure Space at Leading State Conference

Posted On October 16, 2019

With WA’s infrastructure and mining sectors rebounding to peak levels, the 2020 WA Major Projects Conference will provide attendees with plenty of opportunity to break through the state’s infrastructure space.
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Future Proofing Perth Airport

Posted On November 13, 2018

With passenger numbers expected to grow to 28.5 million by 2035, the need for an additional runway is pivotal to future-proofing the WA economy.
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Final homes finished in $8.8m Tjuntjuntjara upgrade

Posted On November 6, 2018

$8.8 million rebuild and construction of 22 homes part of broader $23.8 million project. Significant Aboriginal employment achieved under works program.
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Margaret River Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrades to cater for growth

Posted On November 2, 2018

Construction has begun on a $20.4 million upgrade to Margaret River's Wastewater Treatment Plant. Upgrade will double the capacity of the plant to produce three million litres per day.
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WA’s Infrastructure in the Spotlight

Posted On September 21, 2018

With confidence returning to the mining industry, the WA economy continues to turn a corner and is expected to be the fastest growing state by 2020.
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24,000 Metric Tonnes of Lithium

Posted On January 31, 2018

Investors are going crazy for lithium. The chemical element is anything but scarce to find, but with the millions of phones, computers, electric vehicles and energy-storage systems being run on lithium ion batteries, it’s a high commodity.
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CCIWA Manager discusses WA’s Major Projects.

Posted On January 25, 2018

Charles Kobelke, Manager of WA Works, ICN (WA) and Marketing Operations at Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA, caught up with the 9th Annual WA Major Projects Conference 2018 to talk about exciting projects in WA.
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WA’s Residential Sector Building Popularity

Posted On January 17, 2018

In 2017 The Economist named Perth the seventh most liveable city in the world. Beating Sydney to a spot in the top 10, Australia’s western capital city is coming into its own.
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Kings Square Redevelopment in first stages

Posted On December 13, 2017

The $270 million redevelopment of Kings Square, Freemantle, is currently in construction planning stages with Probuild.
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Public Transport Moving Forward in WA

Posted On November 30, 2017

In a bid to better connect Perth and its surrounding suburbs, aid future residential needs, create jobs and ease congestion on Western Australian roads, the State Government has developed a long term plan in the form of Metronet.
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A Greater Curtin University a Vision for the Future

Posted On November 9, 2017

Coined as ‘Bringing Innovation to Life’, the $500 million Greater Curtin Vision aims to propel Perth’s Curtin University into the same competitive league with the likes of Oxford or Harvard Universities.
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Improving WA’s Functionality through Development

Posted On October 25, 2017

With a land area of 2,529,875 square kilometres, Western Australia covers approximately 33 per cent of the Australia’s land mass.
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New facilities opened at Hillman Primary School

Posted On August 14, 2017

Hillman Primary School has received a fresh and modern administration building, new car park and edible native garden thanks to a $1.5 million investment by the WA State Government.
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Expressions of interest called for major Perth freeway projects

Posted On August 9, 2017

The WA State Government has called for expressions of interest on three major projects aimed at fixing congestion hotspots on Perth freeways.
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Marmion Avenue to be widened to Yanchep

Posted On August 7, 2017

The McGowan Government will contribute $23 million towards upgrading the last remaining single-lane section of Marmion Avenue to Yanchep.
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Funding secured for Baldivis South Community Centre

Posted On July 31, 2017

Premier Mark McGowan has recently presented the City of Rockingham with a $900,000 grant from Lotterywest to help with the construction of the Baldivis South Community Centre.
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Contracts awarded for Middleton Beach revitalisation

Posted On July 31, 2017

The revitalisation of Albany's iconic Middleton Beach has now started, with roadworks set to begin in the coming weeks.
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$12.8 million Aboriginal housing project announced

Posted On June 9, 2017

A $12.8 million investment to establish an innovative accommodation project at Perth's St Catherine's College has been announced today by the Australian and Western Australian governments.
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$2.3 billion jobs boost for WA

Posted On May 9, 2017

A LANDMARK $2.3 billion roads and rail deal struck between the Federal and State Governments will create 6000 new jobs in WA over the next two years.
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Western Australia Sees New Sectors of Growth

Posted On April 26, 2017

Agriculture, technology and tourism are emerging as new areas of growth in Western Australia as the economy, long dependent on the mining sector, transitions after the mining boom.
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4-5 March 2020

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