Capricornia Major Projects Forum
Date(s) - 25 Oct 2019
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Kortes Resort Conference Centre
The 2019 Capricorn Enterprise Major Projects Forum will once again be the premier project forum in the region.
2019 will see the commencement of in excess of $3.5 Billion worth of infrastructure projects across the region encompassing Livingstone and Rockhampton Council areas generating unprecedented opportunities for regional business and local workforce.
Hear directly from project proponents. Confirmed presenters include:
- Lucas Dow, CEO, Adani
- Chris Birrer, First Assistant Secretary – Infrastructure, Department of Defence
- Craig Simpson, Project Director, Laing O’Rourke
- Martin Macdonald, Senior Project Manager, Downer FKG JV
- Peter Donaghy, Director – Coal Assessment Hub, Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
- Chris Kapsalis, Project Director, Goldwind, Clarke Creek Wind Project
- Shane Charles, Executive Chairman, Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise, and General Manager Strategy and Development, WAGNER Group
- Steve Williamson, Health Service Chief Executive, Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service District
Additional details to follow.
Time and Date: 8:30am registration for an 9:00am start. Official program ends at 4:00pm. Friday 25th October 2019
Location: Kortes Resort Conference Centre, 984 Yaamba Road, Parkhurst.
Cost: Early Bird Registrations closed 31st July.
Non Members: $149
RSVP: Friday 11th October 2019
For more information
Contact: Neil Lethlean, Capricorn Enterprise, P. 4927 2055
Endorsements – 2018 Major Projects Forum
Last year’s event had in excess of 200 business and industry representatives in attendance who found the event to be extremely worthwhile, informative and insightful.
“I just wanted to pass on my big congratulations on yesterday’s Major Project Forum – WOW!
After being away and living in Gladstone for 10 years (albeit still keeping a close eye on Rocky), what an exciting time we have ahead of us. I’ve been involved in a few of these types events in a previous life, but can I congratulate you on the depth and diversity of speakers – the segmenting of sessions into like topics was also very well done.
Each presentation hit the mark with content very relevant, but also gave the audience a great (and transparent) insight into each of the projects on our doorstep. I also really enjoyed hearing Mary’s update on the progress Capricorn Enterprise has made in achieving the region’s Priority Initiatives – as we all know, success in achieving these initiatives is a long process, and I totally agree with comment on the day re patience!
The region has much prosperity on the horizon (in fact it’s a lot closer than that), and reinforces my views and the Directors of Cooper McKenzie Marketing, to establish a full time presence in Rockhampton – a place I’m still proud to call home.
Again, a huge congratulations to you, Mary and the entire team, and my sincere apologies for having to exit quickly after the close – unfortunately work was calling!”
Carl Carter | Cooper McKenzie Marketing – November 2018
“The quality of presenters and industry news (at the Major Projects Forum) was superb and certainly offered all of us in attendance clarity, insight and confidence in the amount and size of the projects secured for our region in the very new future.
Central Queensland and the businesses within are in a great place at the moment and the next number of years the future is bright and exciting.
Once again Neil, thank you for yesterday and keep up the great work that yourself and the Capricorn Enterprise team are doing, your efforts certainly do not go unnoticed.”
Graham Sheppard | Development Manager JRT Group of Companies – November 2018
“QRC is proud to have Capricorn Enterprise as our regional partner. We see firsthand the great work that the organisation does in ensuring that the region is always well represented in Brisbane, especially in 1 William Street. For a small regional team, Capricorn Enterprise punch well above their weight. We really value their ongoing contribution to the Queensland Local Content Leaders’ Network.
We’d urge every business in the region to get involved in Capricorn Enterprise. Support the organisation that promotes your region and join Capricorn Enterprise.”
Ian Macfarlane | Chief Executive Queensland Resources Council – November 2018« Back to events