Australia’s premier infrastructure industry Expo, CIVENEX, will add seminars to the 2016 program to enhance its information supply to industry members who attend the event at the Hawkesbury Show Grounds at Richmond on May 18—19 2016.
Seminar speakers will include officials from the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption to advise industry on avoiding inadvertently breaching rules on dealing with government.
Other topics will include Sustainable Public Infrastructure Development, worker safety and maximising productivity in fleet usage.
For 61 years, CIVENEX has been the ‘go to’ expo not just for suppliers and buyers along the infrastructure chain in New South Wales, but right across Australia, with exhibitors showcasing offerings of all sizes, from the largest earthmoving equipment down to computer software.
The Chief Executive Officer of the NSW Institute of Public Works Engineering (IPWEA-NSW), John Roydhouse, said CINEVEX was where industry meets the Federal, State and Local Government bodies that generate infrastructure and where Private-Public Partnerships have their genesis, which explains the ongoing annual interest and the number of product launches held during CIVENEX by exhibitors.
“That so many overseas suppliers seek display space at CIVENEX is testimony to New South Wales leading infrastructure-linked commerce in Australia,” Mr Roydhouse said.
“Any business or employer involved in Civil Construction, Outdoor Design, Supply & Hire, Plant and Machinery, Materials Handling, Software, Communications, Technical Services, Water Issues, Waste Management, Fleet, Maintenance, Road and Drainage cannot afford to miss CIVENEX, May 18—19 at the Hawkesbury Showgrounds near Clarendon Station.”