Registration now open for Inside Construction Expo

Inside Construction Expo 2023 will be held from 20-21 September at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Melbourne’s premier construction and infrastructure event, Inside Construction Expo 2023, will amplify the transformation of the commercial and civil construction sectors, and registration is now open. With excitement already brewing, it is time to plan your visit.

An event dedicated to major commercial and civil projects in the Australian construction industry, Inside Construction Expo is being held from 20 to 21 September 2023 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Inside Construction Expo will feature a robust conference program featuring top-level speakers and a world-class exhibition showcasing the latest equipment and technology. Running alongside the Inside Construction Foundation Awards celebrating talented industry individuals and businesses, Inside Construction Expo 2023 is a must-attend event.

Set to connect constructors with OEMs, sub-contractors, and operators, Show Director Lauren Winterbottom said the event is positioned to foster the successful delivery of projects in the pipeline.

“Inside Construction Expo was created to fill the gap in events targeted at major commercial and civil projects,” she said.

Background for Inside Construction Expo

In the 2022-23 Federal Budget, the Government increased its 10-year infrastructure investment pipeline to a record $120 billion. The 2022-23 Victorian Budget outlines $85.3 billion in general government spending on infrastructure over the next four years.

Many projects are planned nationwide over the next decade, but considerable industry challenges remain. Inside Construction Expo 2023 will provide a platform to canvass solutions to the issues hampering the commercial and civil construction sectors.

With four stages across the event focusing on Health, Safety and Well-being; Training, Education and Careers; Digital Transformation and Connectivity; and Construction Productivity, there will be a wealth of industry information and solutions.

“Throughout the conference, attendees can expect to hear from executive-level representatives from Australia’s major constructors and suppliers, alongside research and education bodies and government figures,” said Winterbottom. “The exhibition show floor spans up to 15,000 square metres across 10 bays and will display the latest construction machinery and equipment.”

Plan your attendance

Whether you’re a project manager, superintendent or an engineer, all professionals in the field of construction are invited to attend Inside Construction Expo 2023. Registration is free for both the exhibition and the conference. You’re welcome to come and go as you please and curate a conference experience that suits you.

As the construction industry continues to face ongoing challenges, from skills shortages and lack of digitisation to poor productivity and inadequate safety management – this year’s Inside Construction Expo will encourage transformation and a brighter future for the sector.

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