WELCOME TO IAQ
The Infrastructure Association of Queensland (IAQ) is the peak body representing the entire infrastructure sector across Queensland. As a member organisation, IAQ provides professional representation and value to our members through government engagement, thought leadership and advocacy that supports a sustainable infrastructure industry in Queensland.
Promoting the opportunities for continuous improvement in government’s policies and processes relating to the development and delivery of infrastructure.
Establishing IAQ as the leading industry advocate for the provision of infrastructure in Queensland.
Promoting the importance and enablement of a clearly identifiable and realistic pipeline for infrastructure projects.
PRIVATE SECTOR ENGAGEMENT
Promoting the benefits and opportunities of private sector involvement in the analysis, development, delivery and operation of infrastructure to offer value for money for all Queenslanders.
International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC)
Where global mining leaders connect with technology, finance and the future The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) is where global mining leaders connect with technology, finance and the future. Now in its 5th year, it has become...
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Exclusive briefing with Liza Carroll, Director-General, Dept of Housing and Public Works
As part of our exclusive Boardroom Breakfast series IAQ is proud to bring you an opportunity to hear from the Director General, Department of Housing & Public Works, Liza Carroll. In her executive role with HPW reporting to Minister Mick de Brenni, Ms Carroll has overseen the...
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’20 billion reasons to care about social licence’
Stakeholder issues are one of the leading causes of project delay, are one of the most common reasons for projects to end in dispute and have contributed to the cancellation, delay or mothballing of more than $20B in Australian infrastructure projects. These include projects like the...
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LATEST EVENT GALLERY
The 4th annual Queensland Infrastructure Summit – Friday, 14 September 2018