Event: Building the Territory Conference

Presented by
  • Earthmovers & Exacavators

Scenes from last year's NT Resources Week. Scenes from last year's NT Resources Week.
Scenes from last year's NT Resources Week. Scenes from last year's NT Resources Week.
Scenes from last year's NT Resources Week. Scenes from last year's NT Resources Week.

The inaugural Building the Territory Conference will be held at the Darwin Convention Centre on August 20 and 21,

The event is an opportunity for those working in the consutrction and mining industry such as developers, contractors, project owners and government representatives to meet the Territory’s project owners and leaders, and to hear about the new opportunities and developments for the built environment in the region.

The conference will run alongside the 8th Annual Mining the Territory and 20th Anniversary SEAAOC Conferences. Together, the three conferences will form the 6th Annual NT Resources Week.

Among the subjects to be covered over the two days are: Addressing Darwin's growing pains — A development industry perspective; The outlook for NT's current and future transport and infrastructure projects; and the outlook for the tourism industry in NT and future construction needs.

Speakers include:

  • Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles
  • Minister for Lands, Planning and the Environment Peter Chandler
  • Minister for Infrastructure & Transport Peter Styles
  • City of Darwin Chief Executive Officer Brendan Dowd
  • Tourism NT Executive Director Operations John Di Maria
  • CIC Australia Regional General Manager, SA, NT AND WA,  Geoff Smith
  • Darwin Corporate Park General Manager Charles Burkitt
  • Darwin International Airport CEO Ian Kew, and 
  • Toga Group Chief Executive Officer, Development and Construction, Fabrizio Perilli


Wednesday, August 20 and Thursday, August 21


Darwin Convention Centre, Stokes Hill Rd, Darwin, NT



Construction and mining personnel eg developers, contractors, project owners, government representatives, construction managers, urban planners, architects, designers, financers, landowners etc


$1974.50 for the two days.


Gala Dinner (20 August 2014 ) -$198.00   

Cocktail Harbour Cruise (21 August 2014 ) - $99.00      


To help plan your trip, click here to find accommodation in Darwin.



Look up further information such as itinerary and contact details and book your tickets on the Building the Conference website.

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