Infrastructure in 2022: Exploring the key developments, trends and risks in Australia

The Australia module for the Global Infrastructure Law Review of the Year will be hosted as a virtual two-part session. Registering for this event enables access to both sessions which will be held consecutively over a 1.5 hour session.

Part 1: Top 5 construction cases 2021: Key insights to help manage business risk and steer commercial strategy in 2022

As Australia slowly began to emerge from under the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic, the year also saw key decisions which affected longstanding practices in the Australian construction industry.

In this session, construction specialists will discuss the key changes to the infrastructure landscape in Australia over the past year. Key insights from the top 5 cases will be applied to help manage business risk and steer commercial strategy in 2022.

Part 2: Building a more resilient future: Can the shift towards industrialised construction improve the infrastructure sector in Australia

Industrialised construction can create more efficient, affordable and sustainable infrastructure across the globe through the use of data, technology and offsite manufacturing. But this is not without its risks. Do we see industrialised construction as a pathway to a more resilient future for the infrastructure sector in Australia?

Join our panel of industry experts who will discuss current trends and impacts in the market, lessons we can take forward and future predictions for the infrastructure sector in Australia. Industry experts for the panel session to be announced soon.

Event date

16:30 - 18:00 AEDT

Pinsent Masons Video


HollyAnn Walters-Quan

Associate at Pinsent Masons

James Marsden

General Manager Strategy & Innovation at TSA Management

Lloyd Wallace

Executive General Manager at Boral Australia

Martin Fenn MCIOB

Director at Integration PT Blink