Sydney Build is part of Oliver Kinross’s Build Series, also taking place in London, Chicago and New York. First launched in 2016, the expo is dedicated entirely to building and construction opportunities in Sydney and its surrounding regions.
Across the span of two days, the event brings together thousands of construction professionals, architects, engineers, designers, developers and government representatives. In addition to boasting over 350 exhibitors, Sydney Build – like its counterparts overseas – prides itself on being content-driven. 300 top level speakers from across the industry take part in informative CPD accredited presentations, themed into 20 free-to-attend Summits:
Contractors & Subcontractors Summit
Architecture & Design Summit
Digital Transformation Summit
Disruptive Technology Summit
The BIM Summit
Construction Outlook: Forecasts & Tenders
Reconciliation In Construction
Modular & Prefab Summit
Women in Construction Summit
Sustainable Construction Summit
Fire & Safety Summit
Non Conformance & Defects Summit
HVAC & Facilities Management Summit
Property Management Summit
Sydney Metro & Rail Summit
Sydney Transport & Roads Summit
The Government Policy Summit
The Asset Management Summit
The Engineers Summit
The New Infrastructure Summit
The main objective of the expo?
Sydney Build capitalises on the strong economy and high-levels of inward migration which currently make Sydney one of the best performing construction industries in the world. The main objective of the expo is to provide the best opportunity for professionals to get together to discuss past, present and future projects. The event enables the industry to educate itself and provides the perfect marketing tool for companies looking to stand out within the competitive construction industry.
What do you hope the guests will take away from the experience?
As Sydney Build is led by education and training, we hope that guests will find opportunities to approach the booming Sydney construction industry from new angles. More importantly, we hope that our attendees can build lasting relationships within the industry because we passionately believe in the growth potential of Australia.
Venue & Timing
19th – 20th March 2020
9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Halls 5-7, Level 4
International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney)
14 Darling Dr, Sydney
For more information and to register a complimentary ticket:
Traffic control industry demands action after Coast tragedy. 7th Nov 2017.
THE national body for traffic controllers is pleading with the state government to protect workers, after the tragic death of Sunshine Coast man Ken Altoft overnight.
Mr Altoft was working on the Bruce Hwy at Tanawha just after midnight when he was struck by a car.
No charges have been laid since Mr Altoft’s death, and the driver of the car remained in hospital this morning.
Victorian Traffic Controller Peter Woods has won the Kennards Hire and TMAA Traffic Controller of the Year
September Quarter Award.
Peter works around the Victorian countryside and was entered into the awards for his devotion to safety, and
commitment to ensuring everyone on site, and driving through sites is safe.
Peter said he was thrilled to receive the award and that each day he encounters a variety of different people
driving through his sites.
“Today a motorist got out of his car and gave me a hug and thanked me for the work we were doing,” he said.
Peter noted that this was not often the case. Peter said he had syringes, lemons, oranges and fast food thrown
at him over the years, but that mostly drivers were polite.
“I tell motorists to take notice and obey the signs, and be courteous to those who are working there,” he said.
“They are there for a reason, to make sure everyone gets through the worksite safely.”
“To a speeding motorist I would say – do you realise the dangers if you were going through a worksite? If
someone stepped out in front of you, you would not have time to stop. It is illegal to speed through a worksite.
Last thing, I always say is – you have a lovely day.”
Peter said his objectives each day were: keep the client safe, ensure traffic controllers and roadworkers are
safe, and assist motorists to move safely through the worksite.
Peter said he worked with a great team and in a positive safety driven atmosphere. “I think this helps as you
know you are being appreciated on your worksite,” he said.
Peter said he would like to see Learner Drivers be questioned about worksites and speed zones on their driver’s
Sponsor Kennards Hire National Traffic Product Specialist Troy Clauss said, “Again it is great to have the
recognised recipient Peter Woods win this award; he is so respectful of the public and his peers.
“Peter is leading by example to ensure everyone is ‘Safe’ under his watch. I have great respect for the
conditions under which each and every Traffic Controller works on every shift,” he said.
“I would like to congratulate Peter on behalf of the TMAA and Kennards Hire on an outstanding job. Well
done! I look forward to catching up with you in the near future at the TMAA Conference 2017 where the overall
National winner for 2017 will be announced.”
For more information contact Troy Clauss on 0408746421 or TMAA on 1300 798 772.
PRESS RELEASE 6 OCTOBER 2016 TMAA NSW CELEBRATES NEW ERA
The Traffic Management Association of Australia New South Wales Division (TMAA
NSW) welcomed a new era this week, with the appointment of TMAA NSW
Secretariat Kelly Lovely.
This is the first time TMAA NSW has enlisted professional services for their
secretariat function and Kelly comes highly credentialed.
TMAA NSW Chair Geoff Hogbin said he welcomed Kelly Lovely to the Division
noting her outstanding understanding of the industry and the risks associated with
“Kelly Lovely has worked as a Health & Safety professional across high-risk
industries and in consulting (both across Australian and internationally) for almost 20
years. She is well networked and experienced in policy positioning, and aware of the
challenges and opportunities for the Australian traffic management and traffic control
industries and is dedicated to help,” he said.
“I look forward to working with Kelly to keep our members informed on state and
national issues,” he said.
TMAA Board Member for New South Wales Stephen Hynes said the NSW Division
was excited that Kelly would be working collaboratively with other TMAA branches
and the National Office on their behalf.
“The NSW Division will increase their focus on representing the interests of the NSW
Traffic Management Industry by lobbying and setting policy position with government
to increase the range and quality of member’s services,” he said.
For more information contact Kelly Lovely at email@example.com.
National Safety Magazine - SWA
Throughout October, Safe Work Australia hosts a series of free online seminars that showcase the latest thinking, innovation, research and development in work health and safety
Press Release - South Australian Traffic Controller Matthew Hiskey wins Traffic Controller Award - February 2016
Press Release February 2016 South Australian wins Traffic Controller of the Year Quarterly Award! South Australian Traffic Controller Matthew Hiskey has taken out the National Traffic Controller of the Year (TCOY) Award for the February 2016 Quarter. This Kennards Hire and Traffic Management Association of Australia Award (TMAA) is acknowledgement of the best of the best in traffic control each quarter.
Press Release - Victorian Traffic Controller Rob Zahra wins coveted award - November 2015
Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award! It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year. The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.
Press Release - It’s all about the Territory! - NT Traffic Controller wins award! - July 2016
Press Release July 2016 It’s all about the Territory! NATIONAL TRAFFIC CONTROLLER OF THE YEAR JUNE QUARTER 2016 Traffic controllers in the Northern Territory can celebrate recognition as one of their own has won the National Traffic Controller of the Year (TCOY) June Quarter 2016 Award. The Award is the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA) and sponsor Kennards Hire.
Press Release - Victorian Traffic Controller Bradley Timothy wins coveted award - January 2016
Press Release January 2016 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award! Bradley Timothy from Traffic Diversions Group has become the second traffic controller from Victoria to take out the Traffic Controller of the Year Quarterly Award. Bradley’s award is for the December quarter and means he will travel to Sydney in March to vie for the overall National Traffic Controller of the Year Award at the Traffic Management Association of Australia Conference.