WA Major Projects Conference Agenda 2010 by cgg10267

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									                                                                                               DAY 1 - Monday 29th March 2010
7:30AM - 8:45AM
REGISTRATION

8:55AM - 9:00AM                                                     1:30PM - 2:00PM
Opening Address by Platinum Sponsor - Worley Parsons                Water Corporation capital program 2009/2010 and beyond.
GORDON COWE - Managing Director -                                     > Procurement methods being undertaken
Infrastructure & Environment                                          > The use of PPP's
                                                                    PETER MOORE - Chief Operating Officer, Water Corporation
9:00AM - 9:30AM
Capital Works                                                       2:00PM - 2:30PM
The fundamental components to facilitate State development.         Western Power's electricity infrastructure plans for Western
The need for a Strategic Approach to the future provision of        Australia
infrastructure.                                                       > Meeting the renewable energy challenge
ERIC LUMSDEN - Director General, Department of Planning               > Speeding up the approvals process
                                                                    MARK DE LAETER - GM Customer Service, Western Power
9:30AM - 10:00AM
An overview on projects overseen by Strategic Projects              2:30PM - 3:00PM
Focussing on the procurement methodology and in particular,         Infrastructure and Sustainability: The Role of Infrastructure
progress by the State towards implementation of PPPs.               Australia in Decarbonising the Economy
RICHARD MANN - Executive Director, Office of Strategic Projects     The presentation will focus on the transition in our cities and
                                                                    regions to a world where reduced carbon is increasingly defining
                                                                    public policy and how decisions on infrastructure can help
10:00AM - 10:30AM                                                   Australia to make the best of this new economic opportunity
The Future of Public Transport in Western Australia                 PROF. PETER NEWMAN
Public transport in Western Australia is undergoing                 Member of Infrastructure Australia Advisory Council
unprecedented growth with boardings across the system
increasing by more than 18% in 2008/09. Over the next 20            3:00PM - 3:30PM
years, public transport demand will double as against               TEA BREAK
population growth increasing by 33%. The challenge will be to
meet the anticipated growth, enhance our city and add to the        3:30PM - 4:00PM
quality of life for all Western Australians. Current and future     Choosing the best form of contract for a project
plans together with key priorities for public transport will be       > Common forms of contract
discussed.                                                            > Factors in choosing the form of contract:
REECE WALDOCK - CEO, Public Transport Authority                           ~ Nature of the project
                                                                          ~ Maturity of the project (stage of development)
10:30AM - 11:00AM                                                         ~ Control requirements - time, cost and end product
TEA BREAK                                                                 ~ Profile and risk allocation
                                                                      > The analysis process:
11:00AM - 11:30AM                                                         ~ Understanding each of the forms of contract
Outline the State Government’s Work Reform Program, and its               ~ Choosing the best form of contract for the project
impact on planning and delivery of: New buildings, Office                 ~ Tailoring the contract
accommodation, and Building maintenance                               > "In Pursuit of Additional Value" (Report October 2009 -
JOHN TONDUT - Executive Director,                                       Evans & Peck, University of Melbourne, Vic. Department of
Building Management Works                                               Treasury and Finance)
                                                                      > CEIID Guidelines
11:30AM - 12:00PM                                                   STEPHEN BOYLE - Partner, Clayton Utz
Outlining the Department's Housing plans
 > Developments are either conducted in-house or in                 4:00PM - 4:30PM
     partnership with the private sector                            The politics of PPPs: public and government perceptions and the
 > Developments include award winning estates such as               risks for proponents
     Brighton, Ellenbrook, Wellard, etc                                > Understanding political risk: political insights into the
 > The Federal and State Economic Stimulus packages will                  Cabinet approval process
     result in 3000 dwellings being built over the next 12 – 18        > Some practical approaches to overcoming political
     months                                                               challenges in promoting PPPs
 > Total expenditure will exceed $750 million                       JUSTIN DI LOLLO - Director, Hawker Britton
 > Over half the dwellings will be sought from the private sector
     The Department is expanding its role to include built-form     4:30PM - 5:00PM
 > projects                                                         Sponsor's perspective of PPPs.
     Future developments will involve partnering with private       Whether sponsors for a PPP are builders or financiers or a
 > sector                                                           partnership of the two, the common goal is delivery of a project
     Built-form projects could include mixed use developments       vision which meets (or exceeds) the project objectives
 > with private, public and commercial dwellings                    GEOFF DALEY - Head of Infrastructure
TONY DEBARRO - Executive Director, Department Of Housing            Advisory - Royal Bank of Scotland

12:00PM - 12:30PM                                                   5:00PM
Land Overview - Unlocking WA's development potential                MC CLOSES
MIKE MOLONEY - GM Regional & Industrial, Landcorp
                                                                    5:00PM - 6:00PM
12:30PM - 1:30PM                                                    Cocktail Function for Delegates & Speakers
LUNCH                                                               Southern Foyer, Perth Convention Centre
                                                                                                  DAY 2 - Tuesday 30th March 2010


8:00AM - 8:50AM                                                     2:00PM - 3:00PM
REGISTRATION                                                        Case Study: Fiona Stanley Hospital
                                                                      > Background including an overview of the size, complexity
8:50AM - 9:00AM                                                         and range of services to be provided
MC OPENS                                                              > The challenges faced by Government in delivering a project
                                                                        of this size and complexity in a heated construction market
9:00AM - 9:30AM                                                       > The projects approach to the overall management and
Lead Agency & Major Projects                                            governance of the project
Theory and Reality                                                    > The process adopted to obtain market responses to meet
GAIL MCGOWAN - Deputy Director General,                                 program
State Initiatives, Department of State Development                    > The project time lines and Where we are today
                                                                    GEOFF ZIMMER - Regional Director, Fiona Stanley Hospital
9:30AM - 10:00AM
Providing the Right Roads for Western Australia                     Contractor’s Perspective:
  > Main Roads approach to procurement and delivery                   > The benefits of this procurement method from a contractor’s
  > Enhancing Relationships as a strategic approach                      perspective; Delivery challenges from a contractor’s
  > Challenges in delivering upcoming projects                           perspective; The journey so far; The registration and tender
PHIL LADNER - Executive Director, Mainroads                              process for suppliers and subcontractors
                                                                    STEVE MCCONKEY - Project Director, Brookfield Multiplex
10:00AM - 11:00AM
Case Study: The New Perth Bunbury Highway                           3:00PM - 3:30PM
  > Challenges from the client’s point of view                      Case Study: The Albany Waterfront- Are we there yet?
  > Critical success factors in project delivery                    Local government has an important leadership role in driving the
  > Lessons Learnt - the client’s perspective                       destiny of its local community. As the elected representatives of
LEO COCI - Project Director, New Perth Bunbury Highway              their respective communities, it is important that local Councils
                                                                    take a leadership role in setting the development agenda, so that
Contractor's Perspective:                                           balanced economic and community development outcomes are
  > Description of the Project                                      achieved. This case study will examine how a regional local
  > The Challenges                                                  government set about taking a lead role in partnership with the
  > How we delivered                                                State Government for a major regional project that had been
  > Lessons Learnt – the NOPs’ perspective                          debated in the community for over 25 years. The challenges of
GERRY HOFMANN                                                       attracting capital funding, dealing with (at times) hostile
Assistant Project Director, Southern Gateway Alliance               community division and finally winning political support will be
Leighton                                                            presented
                                                                    JON BERRY - Manager Economic Development, City of Albany
11:00AM - 11:30AM
TEA BREAK

11:30AM - 12:00PM
Ports and their role to facilitate trade and development
  > Recent infrastructure projects (Port by Port)                   3:30PM - 4:00PM
  > Infrastructure projects planned in a 5 year time frame          TEA BREAK
      (Port by Port)
IAN KING - Chairman, Ports WA                                       4:00PM - 4:30PM
                                                                    The latest WA property market trends including growth hot spots,
12:00PM - 12:30PM                                                   average prices and expected construction activity over the coming
Oakajee Port and Rail : Project Update                              year
  > Challenges and Opportunities                                      > Current land supply and implications for the next boom
  > Oakajee Port and Rail – project status                            > How government policy impacts on the roll out of land to the
  > Underpinning the growth of the mid-west                              market, including the cost of delays and the current reform
  > Managing the complexities of the multi-billion dollar project        agenda
  > Delivering on the vision for Oakajee                              > UDIA’s EnviroDevelopment program and how it is improving
ERIC ENGLUND                                                             the sustainability of development projects in WA
Engineer Manager – Rail, Oakajee Port and Rail Pty Ltd              DEBRA GOOSTREY - CEO, UDIA- Western Australia

12:30PM - 1:00PM                                                    4:30PM - 5:00PM
WestNet Rail – Looking after WA’s Track                             Shorehaven at Alkimos
An overview of current and future developments with the rail          > Unlocking the Alkimos corridor
infrastructure that connects WA to the Eastern States and             > Sustainable coastal development - the new vision and how
supports WA’s vital export commodity industry                           it's been embraced
PAUL LARSEN - General Manager, Westnet Rail                           > Successful collaboration
                                                                    PAUL LAKEY, State Operations Manager (WA), Peet Limited
1:00PM - 2:00PM
LUNCH BREAK                                                         5:00PM
                                                                    MC CLOSES

                                                                    Agenda is subject to change. Correct as of 17th March 2010

								
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