Across Australia, the engineering profession is in the middle of an explosion in infrastructure spending with a circa $70 billion spend planned over the next 5 to 10 years. For example in Sydney, there are a range of complex infrastructure projects being planned and executed to reengineer the city’s transport system to a world class standard.

With this surge in investment, alongside significant opportunity, comes the well-known risk of cost and time overruns. Project Controls is a central part of the solution here, encompassing all the competencies for control of cost and time, estimating, budgeting, planning, scheduling, trend analysis, risk management, change control, forecasting and effective and transparent communication.

Project Controls 2017 conference will showcase developments across all industries and sectors and will appeal to Company Owners and Executives to understand how their businesses will benefit from improved efficiencies and productivity.

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This conference provides a platform to:

  • Learn from the experience of recent booms in the resource industry
  • Learn about best practices in project controls
  • Learn about professional development frameworks available for project controls professionals
  • Learn how you can improve your organisation’s maturity in project controls
  • Learn about systems and technology that can be used to make project controls more effective
  • Attract and recruit talented project controls professionals
  • Network with industry leaders, owners, contractors, suppliers and practitioners

Who should attend?:

  • Estimators
  • Cost Planners/Engineers
  • Planners/Engineers
  • Schedulers
  • Cost Managers
  • Contract Administrators
  • Change Managers
  • Risk Managers/Engineers

  • PMO Coordinators
  • Quantity Surveyors
  • Procurement/Transaction Managers
  • Document & Information Managers
  • Asset Managers
  • Governance Coordinators
  • Business Development Managers

Industries represented

  • Building & Construction
  • Defence
  • Education & Training
  • Electricity, Gas, Water & Waste Services
  • General Engineering & Statistics
  • Health Care & Social Assistance
  • Information & Communications Technology
  • Infrastructure
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining

  • Oil & Gas
  • Process & Resources
  • Professional, Scientific & Technical Services
  • Public Administration & Safety
  • Public Works
  • Railways
  • Retail Trade
  • Roads
  • Telecommunications
  • Transport, Postal & Warehousing