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The 2nd Infrastructure Contracting Optimisation Summit

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  • Tue 26 Jul ’16, 8:30am – 4:30pm
  • Wed 27 Jul ’16, 8:30am – 4:30pm
  • Thu 28 Jul ’16, 8:30am – 4:30pm


InterContinental Wellington, 2 Grey St, Wellington


All Ages


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Enabling Collaboration and Communication between Contractors and Clients to Drive High Performance Project Delivery, Improve Asset Quality and Value for Money

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Receive a 20% discount when booking a team of 8 to attend, please call: +61 2 8239 9711 or email: registration@liquidlearning.com.au

Liquid Learning is delighted to present the 2nd Infrastructure Contracting Optimisation Summit 2016, a forum for key industry leaders to engage in discussion and share critical insight into managing contracts and relationships to ensure successful project delivery.
The key to successful infrastructure project delivery lies in the ability of stakeholders to reach a shared understanding of requirements and objectives, and where possible, to align goals and objectives. Clear communication and relationships are central to this, and must be embedded within the contracts and performance frameworks that govern the design, implementation and continued maintenance of an asset.

The 2nd Infrastructure Contracting Optimisation Summit 2016 will provide contractors, consultants and clients the opportunity to discuss the challenges they face in optimising these relationships, and strategies for better partnerships, alliances and contract models. Featuring case studies from industry leaders exploring their own practices, the Summit will be an open forum for industry professionals to share ideas, network and broaden their understanding of contracting best practice in the infrastructure industry.

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