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Constructing the future: Inside Construction Expo 2023

Inside Construction Expo

The Inside Construction Expo 2023 is shaping up to be Melbourne’s leading event for the construction and infrastructure sector.

Hosted by Prime Creative Media, the Expo will act as a forum to discuss key challenges rising in the construction sector, and what can be done to address them.

Such challenges that have affected the key sector include skilled labour shortages and supply chain disruptions, forcing these areas to adapt and evolve to keep up with the booming national infrastructure pipeline.

Additionally, safety and digital transformation in the construction industry will be discussed.

The Inside Construction Expo 2023 will have a conference program featuring over 100 speakers across multiple stages, and an exhibition showcasing the latest in construction equipment and technology.

The primary aim of the Inside Construction Expo 2023 is to help attendees understand key solutions to the mentioned challenges that have arisen in the sector.

“Inside Construction Expo was created to fill the apparent gap in events targeted at major commercial and civil projects,” Prime Creative Media show director Lauren Winterbottom said.

“With such a large investment in infrastructure, we’re seeing the best in new industry developments – from safety to technology – rolled out before our eyes.”

From engineering to sustainability, the Expo will offer diverse perspectives and experiences which will contribute to answering the industry’s toughest questions.

“Throughout the conference, attendees can expect to hear from executive-level representatives from Australia’s major constructors and suppliers, alongside research and education bodies and government figures,” Winterbottom said.

One of the key speakers will be Teagan Dowler, the director and founder of the BCW – which offers services to support organisations at all stages of diversity and inclusion maturity.

Dowler has over 15 years’ experience in the heavy industries with a focus on diversity and inclusion, as well as cultural change and coaching. She has also been the STS Consulting project and capability manager for 12 years.

Recently, Dowler won Mentor of the Year at the 2023 Women in Industry Awards, an event hosted by Prime Creative Media that recognises outstanding women from across male-dominated industries.

Winterbottom said it is pleasing to partner with industry associations and peak bodies to bring the Inside Construction Expo to life.

Of course, the event would not be possible without the support of a wide range of sponsors – one being Wurth Australia.

Wurth Australia, a subsidiary of Wurth Group, is a specialist in assembly and fastening materials for the Australian marketplace. It focuses on the quarry, automotive, cargo, metal, wood, mining, and construction industries.

Position Partners will also be a proud sponsor of the conference. It is provider of intelligent positioning solutions for surveying,  quarrying, mining and building activities.

It also focuses on the distribution and support of intelligent positioning solutions for specifically geospatial, construction and mining projects.

Winterbottom said that the event is already seeing great success through media coverage.

“In the lead up to the event, over 19 industry-leading publications continue to extensively cover the latest in Expo news reaching more than 80,000 decision makers across multiple sectors,” Winterbottom said.

The Inside Construction Expo 2023 promises to be a must-attend event for industry members across the construction and major infrastructure sectors.

The expo will be held from September 20–21 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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