Launch of ACIF Forecasts May 2017
International Convention Centre, Sydney
|Date:||Thurs 4 May 2017|
|Venue:||International Convention Centre, Sydney|
|Cost:||AU $ 155|
This is the annual ACIF Briefing, where the Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) launches the May 2017 ACIF Forecasts for the building and construction industry, outlining the prospects and challenges ahead for residential building, commercial building and engineering construction sectors for the next 10 years.
At this industry breakfast, you will be the first to see the new ACIF Forecasts and to hear the discussion between industry leaders on the key issues of the day.
By attending this event, you will see the live launch of the ACIF Forecasts for May 2017 followed by a dynamic panel discussion by industry leaders; enjoy a delicious networking breakfast; PDF copy of the new Australian Construction Market Report as it is released (value $250) plus VIP entrance to DesignBuild Expo (immediately after the Briefing, located opposite this event).
Who should attend
- Business leaders, researchers and analysts who seek high quality information to inform planning in their organisation.
- Managers responsible for sales and business development, who are keen to know where is the work, what type - and why.
- Managers responsible for planning their company's investment in plant and staff.
Details of the event
Stand up networking breakfast from 7am-7.30am.
With a room full of delegates from banking, government, head contractors, manufacturers, property owners, investment managers and more, you are sure to enjoy stimulating conversations with the potential to meet new business contacts, or further your relationship with business decision makers.
At 7.30am we will take our seats for the presentation of the launch of the ACIF Forecasts for May 2017.
These 10-year forecasts include the work demand, labour needs, costs indexes and major projects for residential and non-residential building plus engineering construction.
- Macro economic outlook and how international and Australian economic events affect our industry
- National forecasts for all sectors
- State comparisons
- Major Projects - thanks to Cordell Information
- Outlook for the local industry in NSW and Sydney
|Adrian Harrington, Folkstone|
|Kerry Barwise, Head Forecaster|
Following the presentation, we welcome a panel of industry leaders to discuss the key issues arising from the ACIF Forecasts and other macro and domestic factors affecting our industry.
|Chris Kakoufas, General Manager, Development, Cbus Property|
Cameron Kusher, Head of Research Australia, Core Logic
|Andrew Scott, Basic Materials and Industrials Analyst, RBC Capital Markets|
Anneke Thompson, National Director, Research, Colliers
We will close by 9.15am and all delegates are invited to a VIP entry to DesignBuild Expo across the hall.back