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.
‘Build it and they will come – Meeting the demands of the Tourism Infrastructure Pipeline’Breakfast Event
“Build it and they will come – meeting the demand for tourism infrastructure” with Daniel Gschwind, CEO of Queensland Tourism Industry Council and an expert panel In partnership, IAQ and Property Council of Australia are delighted...
Read More >04May
Building Queensland – exclusive briefing with new CEO, Damian Gould
Part of the IAQ’s Boardroom Breakfast Series, this event is limited to 20 places by invitation only. IAQ CEO, Steve Abson, will facilitate robust interaction with the CEO of Building Queensland, Damian Gould. In a ‘chatham house rules’ setting, IAQ...
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Northern Queensland Breakfast Event with Senator the Hon. Matthew Canavan
The IAQ have partnered with Regional Development Australia Townsville and North West Queensland Inc. to present this special Northern Queensland event with guest speaker Senator Matthew Canavan. More information to come…..
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Asset Recycling, lessons for Queensland with Rod Sims, Chairman, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
More information about this event to come ….. VENUE: TBC TIME: 7.15am — 9.00am
Read More >22Sep
An audience with the SEQ Council of Mayors
The Council of Mayors (SEQ) was established in September 2005 as an independent political advocacy organisation to represent the interests of one of the nation’s fastest growing regions – South East Queensland. It is Australia’s largest regional local government advocacy organisation,...
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LATEST EVENT GALLERY
EPIQ Think Tank Launch – 29 March 2017
2017 Major Projects Pipeline Report Launch, 23 March 2017
“Queensland’s 50% Renewable Energy Target – taking the lead while managing the risks’ with the Hon. Mark Bailey – 7 March, 2017
“IAQ Summit Event Wrap Up”
15 September 2016