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The 2024 Future of Construction Summit kicks off

The 2024 Future of Construction Summit kicks off

Today, leaders and companies at the forefront of Australia’s construction industry will gather at the Royal International Convention Centre in Brisbane for the 2024 Future of Construction Summit.

Across 14 and 15 May 2024, more than 70 speakers will illuminate the conference stage, exploring pivotal topics, emerging trends, cutting-edge technologies and innovative solutions that are shaping a more progressive, productive and sustainable construction sector.

In a landscape where significant shifts demand adaptability and fresh approaches, the 2024 Future of Construction Summit offers senior leadership teams an invaluable opportunity to access new ideas, forge influential connections and secure vital partnerships for success.

With over 600 delegates, 60 sponsors and exhibitors, and a ConTech Showcase, this year’s event promises to be the largest and most impactful yet.

Hear insights from industry leaders including:

  • Darren Crichton, chief executive officer at DT Infrastructure;
  • Louise Adams, group chief operating officer at Aurecon;
  • Scott Power, chief executive officer at BMD Group;
  • Natasha Roy, general manager at John Holland Group;
  • Sally Stannard, director general at the Department of Transport and Main Roads;
  • Graeme Newton, chief executive officer at the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority;
  • Debbie McNamara, general manager at Economic Development Queensland;
  • James Cameron, executive director at the Australian Construction Industry Forum;
  • Priscilla Radice, deputy director-general of the Health Capital Division at Queensland Health;
  • Andrew Chapman, chief executive officer at the Queensland Major Contractors Association;
  • Brent Crockford, chief executive officer at Australian Owned Contractors;
  • Alison Scotland, executive director at the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council;
  • James Sherrard, head of commercial, performance and strategy, infrastructure and place at Transport for NSW;
  • Leah Kelly, deputy director-general at the Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning;
  • And many more!

With two immersive days brimming with insights, the 2024 Future of Construction Summit is poised to be a transformative event, sparking vital conversations that will reverberate for months to come.

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