Last chance to attend 2017 CCF Summit and Awards

Time is running out to register for the 2017 CCF Australian Infrastructure Summit and National Earth Awards Gala Dinner, which takes place in Canberra 21 – 22 November.
The event gives delegates unique insight into the major developments taking place in the civil construction space, bolstered by a range of industry speakers and a full summit program including:
*Opening presentation by the Hon Darren Chester MP, Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport
* Launch of the 2017-2018 CCF Infrastructure Report
* National Infrastructure Construction Schedule (NICS)
* CLARA’s ‘Smart City Project’
* NHVR’s ‘Heavy Vehicle Permit AccessCONNECT Program
* Australian Rail Track Corporation’s ‘Inland Rail Project
Attendees can view the full Summit program, and register for the event and the 2017 CCF National Earth Awards Gala Dinner – recognising excellence in civil construction projects across Australia – here.

Industry speakers announced for CCF Summit

The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) has announced the key individuals and business leaders set to speak at its 2017 Australian Infrastructure Summit this November.
The event will be held in Canberra on 20-21 November at the QT Hotel, with presenters comprising representatives from some of Australia’s leading corporations and government bodies, including:

  • Nick Cleary, Chairman, CLARA
  • Marc Allen, Programme Commercial Manager, Australian Rail Track Corporations
  • Sal Petroccitto, CEO, NHVR
  • Andrew Brown, Sales Director ANZ, PelicanCorp
  • John Murray AM, Australian Governments Security of Payments Legislation Review
  • Colonel Matt Galton, Director of the North Program, Capital Facilities and Infrastructure

The event also incorporates the launch of the 2017 Australia Infrastructure Outlook Report with Adrian Hart, Senior Economist, Infrastructure and Mining, BIS Shrapnel at the CCF Infrastructure Outlook Breakfast, which includes an address from Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester.
The Summit will play host to one of Australia’s most prestigious civil construction awards night – the CCF National Earth Awards, which recognises excellence in civil construction projects throughout Australia.
For more additional program and speaker information, and to register, go to the Summit website.

Civil infrastructure industry on show in Canberra

Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) has announced that the 2017 Civil Contractors Federation Infrastructure Conference will be held on 20–21 November at the QT Hotel in Canberra.
The event will also incorporate one of Australia’s most prestigious civil construction awards night – the CCF National Earth Awards, which recognises excellence in civil construction projects throughout Australia.
“This is an open event to CCF members, industry, government officials and the media,” said CCF National CEO Chris Melham.
“Civil Contractors Federation is proud to invite you to attend this year’s event which will feature four exciting components: a ‘welcome’ cocktail networking reception; the Australian Infrastructure Outlook Breakfast, which will launch the 2017 CCF Australian Infrastructure Outlook Report; the 2017 Australian Infrastructure summit, that will cover some of Australia’s biggest infrastructure projects and issues of national significance; and Australia’s prestigious 2017 National Earth Awards Gala Dinner.
“Celebrating its 24th year, the highly prestigious CCF National Earth Awards will once again recognise excellence in civil construction from across Australia. The Awards night is a ‘Black Tie’ affair and will be held in the magnificent ‘Great Hall’ of the Australian Parliament.”

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