The newly launched PPIR Program will continue The Warren Centre's task of disseminating professional performance to the engineering profession and industry. In April 2015, we completed the PPIR project, which developed and tested the full suite of PPIR training and industry processes. I am now pleased to...

Inefficient application of resources costs Australia up to $30bn a year. October's IP30 Infrastructure Delivery Panel considers the lessons learned in the previous IP30 panel sessions and how we can apply this to the future. Join us as we identify the critical issues and opportunities that will...

[gallery type="slideshow" size="full" bgs_gallery_skin="light" bgs_gallery_title="IP30 July Event" ids="8295,8310,8309,8312,8311,8308"] The Warren Centre’s third IP30 Infrastructure Delivery Innovation Panel took place on Tuesday, 21 July, continuing our journey to bring transformational change and lasting improvement to infrastructure delivery. This panel's theme was how to solve our infrastructure productivity...

Inefficient application of resources costs Australia up to $30bn a year. The Warren Centre's IP30 Infrastructure Delivery Panel considers ways to solve our productivity problems through Managing the Process & Project Complexity. Sydney, 21 July 2015, 7:30AM-10AM The IP30 Infrastructure Delivery Panel will identify the critical issues and opportunities...

Australia is often slow to approve infrastructure projects and programs, both out of caution for spending and environmental targets, and because they can fall into political gridlock. However, the last week has seen some significant planning milestones reached across the country. The much-delayed Western Sydney Airport...

The Warren Centre’s second IP30 Infrastructure Delivery Innovation Series Panel took place on Tuesday, 16 June. It continued the journey of identifying the critical issues and opportunities for industry and government to bring transformational change and lasting improvement to infrastructure delivery. The panel, moderated by The Warren Centre's...

Sydney's Bays Precinct consists of the inner west shoreline stretching from Pyrmont across the ANZAC Bridge to Glebe, Rozelle and Balmain. The NSW Government is seeking to crowdsource contributions from the public toward the area's regeneration. The NSW Government and its agency UrbanGrowth NSW are...

The New South Wales government has passed a bill for the $20 billion partial privatisation of the state's electrical transmission poles and wires. The government has announced that it will reinvest the money raised to build a new cross-city Sydney Metro rapid transit line. The Liberal...

Sydney's North West Rail Link, a rapid transit network that will connect the northwestern suburb of Rouse Hill to the major northern hub of Chatswood, has released its annual progress report. The project is running well ahead of time, with all four tunnel boring machines...

The Warren Centre's inaugural IP30 Infrastructure Delivery Innovation Series Panel, sponsored by Intergraph, took place on Tuesday 28 April. The IP30 series identifies the critical issues and opportunities for industry and government to bring transformational change and lasting improvement to infrastructure delivery. The panel for the...

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