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Roads Australia Event Details

RA Webinar with Richard Wankmuller

23/11/2020 13:00 to 23/11/2020 14:00

Venue: via Zoom Link
Details:

We're pleased to be joined by Richard Wankmuller, CEO, Inland Rail for an Industry webinar that will focus on the delivery of this historic transport infrastructure project.

Date:     Monday 23 November

Time:     1.00pm - 2.00pm (AEST) Brisbane Time

ZOOM:   The Zoom link will be sent to you when you have booked on this event.  An email will be sent with the link a day or two prior to the event

 

BOOKING OPTIONS

This event is complimentary to RA members, however limited to a maximum of 1000 participants.

RA Non members - $150 (inc GST)

Any queries contact RA Director - Events, Rachael Rooney

 

OUR SPONSOR

 

 

OUR SPEAKER

Richard Wankmuller, CEO - Inland Rail Program 

Richard Wankmuller was appointed to the role of CEO Inland Rail in April 2018 and oversees the delivery of both the development and construction elements of Inland Rail.

Richard has more than 35 years’ senior management experience in both the private and public sectors, including significant time in CEO and Managing Director roles, and has held both executive and non-executive Director positions with some of the world’s largest global engineering and construction companies, including Cardno, GHD and Parsons.

Although having lived in Australia for some years, Richard’s time in the USA and Europe has added a global perspective to his approach to the planning, financing, design and delivery of large infrastructure projects and programs. He has helped clients develop and deliver more than $35 billion worth of infrastructure programs across a wide variety of stakeholder interests, in many parts of the world.

Richard understands the vital nature that rail plays in Australia’s national supply chain. As the leader of this once-in-a-generation and Australia’s largest rail freight infrastructure project he recognises the key role that communities, ARTC’s customers, and a wide range of stakeholders play in shaping the success of Inland Rail.