Event Start:
29 Jun 2022 12:00 PM
Event End:
29 Jun 2022 01:30 PM
Offices of Clayton Utz 18/333 Collins St, Melbourne, Australia
Event Summary:

Victorian Government Update 2022

Our in-person briefings continue with our Victorian Government Update in Melbourne. The Victorian Government's record infrastructure program has withstood the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, market capacity constraints and high demand for skills and input resources. The Treasurer of Victoria, Tim Pallas MP, will provide the keynote address and present on the 2022/23 State Budget, including the State's infrastructure priorities and how the Victorian Government will continue to work with the private sector to find innovative ways to finance and deliver on the record pipeline. An expert panel of public and private sector leaders will also join the Treasurer to discuss the upcoming challenges in infrastructure delivery in responding to future market capacity constraints, the impact of global events on supply chain security and the evolving role of the government and the private sector in supporting successful delivery outcomes.

This event is also being live streamed, if you are not attending in-person please follow this link to watch the event virtually.

Keynote speaker: Tim Pallas MP, Victorian Treasurer


Steve Murray, Clayton Utz (Moderator)

Jason Loo's, Department of Treasury and Finace

Julie-Anne Mizzi, Plenary

Bruce Gidley, Laing O'Rourke

Event Details

Registration: 12.00pm

Format: Hybrid In-person briefing with live stream option; keynote followed by a panel discussion and networking lunch reception.

Address: Offices of Clayton Utz 18/333 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000


Clayton Utz


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