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Roads Australia Event Details

RA Industry Luncheon with Antony Damiani (Melbourne)

05/05/2017 12:00 to 05/05/2017 14:30

Venue: Leonda by the Yarra

If you're involved in the delivery of infrastructure in Victoria, this lunch is a must.

The Office of Projects Victoria (OPV) was established in September last year to oversee how major infrastructure projects are developed, contracted for and implemented.

The OPV will build capability and skills in project development and delivery and complement the work of Infrastructure Victoria and the Department of Treasury and Finance, providing advice on cost, scope and technical matters for asset investment decisions and project delivery arrangements. They will also monitor all major projects and advise on potential interventions.

It's critical that industry fully understand the role and functions of the OPV and its inter-relationship with government and the private sector deliverers of infrastructure. We're privileged to be the first major industry group to host its CEO, Antony Damiani, who himself is no stranger to the Victorian construction industry.

Book early to ensure you get a seat at this important industry briefing.

This event is now CLOSED.  For any changes or late bookings contact

Date:     Friday 5 May

Time:     12 noon pre-lunch drinks for a 12.30pm prompt sit down; 2.30pm close

Where:   Leonda by the Yarra, 2 Wallen Road, Hawthorn  

Diet:       Please inform us if you have special dietary requirements



Members Seat - $205 (plus GST)

Non Members Seat -  - $235 (plus GST) 

Corporate Tables - $1435 (plus GST)  (Pay for 7 seats and get 1 free seat) 

            Book 8 seats and you have the option of:

                        a) Having a branded corporate table with 8 seats – an ideal opportunity to invite guests; or

                        Dispersing your 8 seats across the venue to meet other companies and government agencies beyond the scope of a formal corporate table. 



This event is proudly sponsored by Arcadis Australia Pacific



Antony Damiani, CEO, Office of Projects Victoria

Antony (Tony) Damiani is the inaugural CEO of Office of Projects, Victoria.

Tony is a qualified civil engineer experienced in the delivery of major infrastructure involving road, rail and building facilities with particular experience in delivering finance, design and construct projects.

Well-heeled by over 28 years of experience, Tony has the skills and experiences to drive performance, growth and profitability of an engineering and construction business. Highly regarded by his peers and clients, his approach is underpinned by ingredients of repeat business and ongoing relationship management.

Tony embraces setting the vision and culture to lead his team to create the opportunities and strategies to deliver the results.  Tony is experienced in all facets of a multi-disciplined construction company, from general management, through to the conversion of projects from the bid phase to operational delivery with particular skills in managing complex situations, problem solving and identifying relevant solutions.




Bookings are to be confirmed and paid in full 48 hours prior to the event.  Bookings received 48 hours prior to the event cannot be guaranteed unless a confirmation has been received by the Events Director. Cancellations should be notified in writing by email.  Cancellations received prior to one week before the event will receive a full refund less 25%.   No refund will be applicable for cancellations received after one week prior to the event although substitute delegates are welcomed.    

Please note:  Anyone registering for and/or attending an RA event does so on the condition and understanding that his or her name, company/organisation and title will be provided to other attendees. Registration and/or attendance also implies consent to be photographed at the event, and for those photographs to be used in various media for the purposes of promotion and publicity. Attendees’ names, organisations and/or titles may also be included in accompanying captions. 

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