The Victorian State Budget has now been released with no real cuts to existing infrastructure programs but no new initiatives announced either. In a high-costs climate that continues to expand, the Government has mostly maintained a trajectory that will see the state's net debt blow out to $188 billion by 2028. But what does this mean for civil contractors? How will this year's Budget impact your business now and in the coming years and what future opportunities are there for the taking? Register now for our post Budget webinar on Friday May 10th for expert analysis on the impacts for our industry and your business. This webinar will be recorded an available for members to access post event in CivilHQ.

Guest Speaker:

Adrian Hart
Associate Director – Construction and Infrastructure at Oxford Economics

Adrian has 25 years of economic analysis and consulting experience with Oxford Economics Australia, focusing on the infrastructure, building, maintenance and mining industries.

Adrian has undertaken a wide range of consultancy projects for the public and private sector based on his detailed understanding of construction, mining and maintenance markets, their drivers and outlooks, the range of organisations operating in this space and the issues they face. This work includes deeper industry liaison, contractor and competitive analysis, pipeline analysis, demand and cost escalation forecasting, and industry capacity and capability projects for the public and private sector. He is the lead author of major reports but also undertakes briefings and workshops for senior management, board members and industry associations, and facilitates and chairs roundtables between government and industry.


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We look forward to you joining us for this important webinar.