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Major Projects Conference

Registrations are now open for MPCQ to be held on 18 September 2014.

This year's conference gives you the opportunity to hear first-hand how the state government is guiding and supporting the delivery of major projects and championing the interests of business to strengthen and grow the economy.

Distinguished speakers will be sharing their insights about current and future infrastructure projects that are under study, committed or under construction, discussing industry trends and outlining government initiatives.

The one-day intensive program includes a business breakfast function, networking opportunities with industry leaders, lunchtime presentations, trade displays and more – all under one roof.

MPCQ2014 is a must for your business diary.

  • Standard registration $615

    Standard registration includes session attendance, admission to the trade show, welcome breakfast, morning tea and lunch, delegate satchel and program handbook, closing networking drinks, and one copy of the Major Projects Map 2014.

  • Webcast registration $230

    Webcast registration includes streaming access to conference sessions and information slides, one copy of the Major Projects Map 2014 and delegate satchel (mailed to you).

  • University student registration (full-time students only) $115

    University student registration includes session attendance, morning tea, delegate satchel, program handbook, and closing networking drinks. Registration type is only available to full-time students and proof of student ID must be provided when registering.

Don't miss out – register online today to secure your spot at Queensland's leading infrastructure and resources event.

Conference information


Professor Henry Ergas

Breakfast key note speaker

We are excited to announce Professor Henry Ergas as key note speaker for MPCQ2014.

Professor Henry Ergas is Senior Economic Adviser at Deloitte, and inaugural Professor of Infrastructure Economics at the University of Wollongong's SMART Infrastructure Facility.

Professor Ergas is a lay member of the New Zealand High Court and a columnist for The Australian.


James Kirby

Master of Ceremonies

James Kirby, one of Australia's most experienced financial journalists will be the master of ceremonies at this year's event. James has a strong background spanning The Australian Financial Review, Business Review Weekly and co-founding Eureka Report and will share his insights on current events across these sectors as he converses with speakers and panels.

Last updated on Thursday, 28 August 2014

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