The Inside Infrastructure podcast, produced by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia in collaboration with PwC’s Integrated Infrastructure team, features prominent identities shaping the future of Australian infrastructure, from CEOs of top ASX listed companies to Australia’s political leaders.
Join Adrian Dwyer, IPA’s CEO and Janice Lee, Partner in PwC’s Integrated Infrastructure team as they explore some of Australia’s most ambitious infrastructure initiatives and discuss the ins and outs of infrastructure policy with the people behind it.
With guests from a diverse range of backgrounds and sectors coming up in 2021, including health, rail, aviation and water, join Adrian and Janice monthly for the latest insights into Australia’s infrastructure industry, and the key figures helping to build the country’s future.
Together, helping build Australia from the ground up.
Adrian and Janice interviewed Managing Director of Sydney Water Roch Cheroux to shed light on how our complex urban water system actually works, the state of urban water reform in Australia, and what we need to do to combat increased climate variability and drought.
Adrian and Janice sit down with Aware Super CEO Deanne Stewart to talk about her journey from Bathurst kid to Fulbright Scholar, how Australia’s infrastructure market competes internationally, the boom in infrastructure M&A, and the challenges and opportunities for ESG investment in Australia.
Adrian and Janice sit down with NSW Health Infrastructure CEO Rebecca Wark to talk leadership, building hospitals through COVID, and how technology and uncertainty is shaping the future of health services in Australia.
Adrian and our new co-host Janice sit down with Cross River Rail Delivery Authority CEO Graeme Newton to talk about the lessons from the 2011 Queensland flood in managing the COVID-19 pandemic, the challenges of building Brisbane’s new underground beneath the Brisbane River and CBD, and what's required to make Queensland's 2032 Olympic bid a success.
Partner, Integrated Infrastructure, Infrastructure Advisory, PwC Australia
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