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SA Event - Procurement’s role in Major South Australian Projects

Thursday, 13 May 2021 - ADELAIDE

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non-member £10.14
SA Event - Procurement’s role in Major South Australian Projects
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The CIPS SA/NT Committee invites you to a learning and networking event session where you will hear about major projects in South Australia and the key role procurement has to play. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear key insights into the role the profession has to play in some of the biggest projects in the State’s history.

    Programme

    David Henchliffe, Director, Commercial, Procurement & Legal at the Department of Infrastructure & Transport will discuss the North-South Corridor Project. The Department of Defence’s Naval Shipbuilding College will talk about the significant $183 billion investment under the continuous National Naval Shipbuilding Plan and the opportunities that this in turn presents for procurement professionals. Greg Parkinson, Director, Procurement & Advisory at Turner & Townsend Pty Ltd will facilitate discussions and Q&A sessions with our two presenters, as well as providing insights into other major projects occurring over the coming months within South Australia and beyond.

    TimeTitleSpeaker
    17:30Arrival & Registration
    18:00Presentation begins
    19:30Networking Drinks & Nibbles
    20:00Event concludes

    Audience

    This event is suitable for: 

    • CIPS Members
    • Procurement Professionals, all members and non-members
    • CPO, CFO and Business Managers and 
    • Individuals interested in Procurement and Supply Management

    Speakers

    David Henchliffe FCIPS

    David Henchliffe FCIPS

    Director, Commercial, Procurement & LegalDepartment for Infrastructure and Transport

    David is a highly experienced and passionate executive, leader and business strategist.  He has led large, culturally diverse and award winning teams in complex and dynamic environments in both the public and private sectors.  He has been part of delivering mega projects in Defence as well as the oil & gas and mining industries and has now joined the SA Government to help deliver the Torrens to Darlington section of the North-South Corridor Project.  This is the final piece of South Australia’s world-class, multi-billion dollar project, and the key to unlocking Adelaide’s traffic network, while delivering important economic, employment and safety benefits to the State.  David has arrange of tertiary qualifications and extensive experience in procurement, contract management, project management and organisational leadership.  He is a Fellow Chartered of CIPS and a Graduate of the AICD.

    Greg Parkinson MCIPS

    Greg Parkinson MCIPS

    Director – Procurement and AdvisoryTurner and Townsend

    Greg will be facilitating discussions and Q&A sessions with our 2 presenters, as well as providing insights into other major projects occurring over the coming months within South Australia and beyond.  Greg leads the procurement practice within Turner & Townsend, an organisation delivering major projects across Australia including Sydney Metro expansion, major mining projects and the Capital Works for Schools program in South Australia.

    Speaker to be advised

    Naval Shipbuilding College

    The Department of Defence’s Naval Shipbuilding College will talk about the significant $183 billion investment under the continuous National Naval Shipbuilding Plan and the opportunities that this in turn presents for procurement professionals.

    Venue

    Thursday 13 May - ADELAIDE

    Havelock Hotel
    163 Hutt Street
    ADELAIDE
    SA
    5000
    AUSTRALIA
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    13 May 2021

    163 Hutt Street , ADELAIDE

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