Converging Trends to 2033 in Irish Infrastructure
The path from where we are now in 2023 to where we will be in 2033 will - at times - be terrifying. Yet, with the right choices, it will also be extraordinarily rewarding. Converging trends 2033 offers a long view to the infrastructure world in 2033.
Grounded in an assessment of the impacts of Census 2022 on infrastructure development, the event will focus on three key, yet interdependent themes - Cities, Sustainable development and Innovation and the key role infrastructure will play in determining the outcomes we achieve as communities, countries and globally.
The trends and topics to be discussed are having a massive impact on the evolution of the infrastructure sector and the global economy. It is time for sector leaders to start thinking differently about the future and their role in delivering it, and the event will consider what the outlook for 2024 is in this context.
Join us for the last IPFA Ireland event of 2023 and enjoy an evening of networking with your peers.
- Neil Collins, Infrastructure & Government, Corporate Finance, KPMG (Moderator)
- Maria O’Dwyer, Head of Asset Management, Uisce Eireann (Irish Water)
- Jamie McGrath, Director, KPMG Future Analytics
- Mick Mulhern, Director Planning and Transport, South Dublin County Council
- Martin Searson, Head of MMC, NSAI
Registration & networking: 5pm
Discussion begins: 5.30pm
Format: In-person briefing; 1 keynote address and panel discussion followed by a networking reception.
Address: KPMG’s Innovation Hub, PlatformX, 2 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, D01 X5P3