Bookings now open for FIDIC Global Infrastructure Conference 2024

06 Mar 2024

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Bookings are now open for this year’s FIDIC Global Infrastructure Conference, which takes place in Geneva from 8-10 September 2024 and is set to attract industry attendees from all over the world.

The conference theme, Transforming lives with infrastructure – Investing in and building a better world for all, promises to provide an insightful and inspiring backdrop to a series of discussions on the key challenges facing the consulting and engineering industry and indeed the wider world. The President Wilson Hotel in Geneva will host the annual flagship event, which promises to be a real must-attend for the global engineering, construction and infrastructure sector.

FIDIC’s Global Infrastructure Conference brings together those across the sector that will deliver over $139 trillion dollars of investment up to 2050. Given the need to provide infrastructure that is sustainable as well as efficient, the timing of this conference couldn’t be more important. With industry leaders and decision-makers from consulting engineering firms, contractors, governments, civic society, international organisations and financial institutions planning to attend the event in Geneva, it’s little wonder that FIDIC’s annual global gathering is seen as the world’s stand-out place to enact real change.

Why attend?

Global insights: Engage with industry leaders, decision-makers and influencers from consulting engineering firms, contractors, governments, international organisations and financial institutions.

Timely discussions: Explore key topics such as sustainable infrastructure, risk management, financing, sustainability targets, digital revolution and much more.

Networking: Benefit from unrivaled networking opportunities, facilitating discussions with key partners and industry peers, fostering collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Educational value: Each participant will receive a certificate of attendance, which may be utilised for CPD verification in your local region, enhancing your professional development.

The key issues to be discussed at the conference include: -

  • Changing lives – How good infrastructure can change people’s lives and improve nations’ prospects.
  • What is best in class? – What does good infrastructure look like and how can it work for everyone?
  • Tomorrow is sustainable – Good infrastructure means sustainable infrastructure - and why this matters.
  • Managing risks – How can we deliver infrastructure and manage risk in an uncertain world?
  • The value conundrum – Squaring the circle on cost and long-term sustainability.
  • Finance is key – What happens if the cost of finance and funding does not fall?
  • Net zero update – Will we hit sustainability targets and save the planet?
  • Politics and politicians – Navigating changing beliefs to create key partners in delivery.
  • The informed client – In the ever-changing world, creating leadership from the outset.
  • Developing world focus – Different routes to delivery in a diverse world.
  • Global infrastructure showcase – Best practice groundbreaking solutions from around the world.
  • Digital revolution – How technological developments are helping to deliver better, more efficient and effective infrastructure projects.
  • Plan for tomorrow today – Attracting, retaining and developing people and skills to enable companies to flourish.

Attendees can make savings by reserving their places now for the conference. Those who secure their place before 31 March 2024 will benefit from FIDIC’s early bird discounted rates.

FIDIC’s annual Global Infrastructure Conference offers the chance to be part of the global conversation shaping the future of infrastructure. Make sure that you don’t miss out on this unparalleled opportunity to contribute to transformative change. Book your place today by clicking on the link below.

Click here to find out more about FIDIC’s Global Infrastructure Conference 2024 and reserve a place.

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