National Community Engagement for Infrastructure Forum - NCEIF

Brisbane, 27-28 August

Participate in frank and fearless discussions on the challenges infrastructure projects face when managing community relations and engagement requirements.

Explore best practice solutions with fellow industry leaders, including community and stakeholder engagement professionals, communication consultants, policy makers, civil engineers, urban architects, technology experts and related professions.

Click here to visit the forum website

The Agenda will include:

  • Panel discussions and keynote presentations from senior politicians, government representatives and business leaders;
  • Case studies on major national and international infrastructure projects;
  • Presentations of new technology and other systems designed to support consultation activities;
  • Participatory workshops and masterclasses; and
  • Discussions on risk, challenges, policy implications and emerging trends.

Why attend?

  • Networking with community engagement leaders and infrastructure practitioners from around the country;
  • Learn from successful case studies of best practice community consultation and engagement;
  • Discover new industry trends and policies which may impact the community engagement framework and the development of infrastructure projects now and in the future;
  • Share innovative ideas and advances in infrastructure planning, design and construction; and
  • Explore new tools and the latest research to support community and stakeholder engagement for infrastructure.

The 2020 NCEIF conference program includes two social networking events as part of your registration:

  • Kick-start the forum with welcome drinks at Mr Percivals, Howard Smith Wharves. 5.30pm-7pm on Wednesday, 26 August.
  • Cocktails Party at Howard Smith Wharves (exact venue to be revealed soon) from 5pm on Thursday, 27 August.

Both events are included in the forum registration price.

We want you to leave this event with an understanding of where our industry is heading, with practical ideas that you can implement on your projects. We want you to gain so many new contacts your phone directory can’t cope and to have had fun in the process!

Ultimately, we want you to know that what you do is important and you are supported and valued.

If you would like to be a speaker or a corporate sponsor of the third NCEIF, please go to our website: www.nceif.com.au

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