RMIT’s School of Property, Construction and Project Management hosted an ‘Industry Day’ in Melbourne on January 16, which focused on the industry and its future.
The event, which is targeted at industry practitioners, was held concurrently with the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society’s (PRRES) 19th Annual Conference, which was hosted by RMIT from January 13 - 16.
This year’s Industry Day event, titled 2020 Vision: Lessons for the Built Environment, featured keynote speakers Michael McAllum, and The Hon. Tom Roper. Each provided a ‘Big Picture’ framework which will be expanded upon further by individual session specialist presenters.
Other speakers included:
- David Waldren, National Executive Design Manager, Grocon Group
- Dale Stokes, Director, Spatial Economics
- Bruce Thompson, Chief Information Officer, Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria
- Suzanne Findlay, Infrastructure Investments, Australian Super
- Paul O’Connor, Director of Audit Victorian Auditor-General's Office
- Paul Roe, Director Policy, Infrastructure Australia
The program will focused on:
- The Obsolescence of Sustainability
- The Other Mining Boom – Data
- Spatial Analysis – Future land supply
- Infrastructure: The Funding Debate
The event is renowned for advancing understanding and cooperation between educators and the property industry in an increasingly complex industry.
Hosted by RMIT University, the 2013 PRRES conference is the organisation’s signature event, bringing together a multi-disciplinary group of leading Australian and international academics, property researchers and policy makers from throughout the Pacific Rim region.
The PRRES conference attracts delegates from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Taipei, South Africa, England, America, Canada, Germany and Spain.
Proudly promoted and sponsored by:
- RMIT School of Property, Construction and Project Management