Hosted by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and sponsored by PwC Australia, listeners will hear from prominent identities shaping the future of Australian infrastructure, from CEOs of top ASX-listed companies to Australia’s political leaders.
This week, Adrian and Ilya talk with Rodd Staples about his journey to the top job as Secretary of Transport for NSW, how the power of data is transforming the way Sydney’s transport network is planned and operated, and the big customer-centered changes underway at TfNSW.
In part two of their conversation, Adrian and Ilya talk with Graham Bradley about his chairmanship of Infrastructure NSW and the importance of good infrastructure advice in the age of mega-projects.
In part one of their conversation, Adrian and Ilya talk with Chair of Infrastructure NSW Graham Bradley about his life as a professional board director, the role of social licence to operate in corporate governance, and the challenges in Australia’s energy sector.
Adrian and Ilya talk with President and CEO of Bridges to Prosperity, Avery Bang about connecting the rural last mile, managing the pitfalls and challenges of remote infrastructure delivery, and her big vision to transform the aid sector.
Adrian and Ilya talk with Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas MP about his early years in the union movement, eventual rise to the treasury benches, and his views on the Electric Vehicle debate.
Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, Anthony Albanese MP, chats with Adrian and Ilya about the remarkable story of his childhood, growing up in the inner west as a young Labor man, and his vision for the future of infrastructure.
Transurban CEO Scott Charlton reveals his key predictions for the future of transport and the need to price Australian roads.
From PE teacher, Oxford mathematician to infrastructure tsar. We speak to Kerry Schott about her rise to the top of the sector.
Partner, Infrastructure and Urban Renewal Leader, PwC Australia
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Associate Director, Infrastructure and Urban Renewal, PwC Australia
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