4pm Forum: WA Projects (W170919)
Significant developments are changing the face of Perth and so too how people perceive our city.
Burswood Precinct’s new Perth stadium, the Metronet, Scarborough Redevelopment and the new Perth Museum in the cultural centre will have impacts on how people commute and utilise services and venues. It will be critical for valuers, legal and finance professionals to be informed of these changes.
This event will give you an expert overview of the reshaping of these precincts and implementation of proposed infrastructure.
and Anthony Kannis, Project Director, Metronet.
Sean Henriques, Executive Director of Project Delivery, MRA
As Executive Director of Project Delivery Sean has responsibility for overseeing delivery of some of the State’s most significant redevelopment projects. He has a background in finance, with nearly 20 years’ experience across a range of industries in the private and public sector, the last ten of which have been related to the delivery of major projects in Australia and the United Kingdom. Sean is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Director’s and a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Leading the MRA’s Project Delivery team, Sean’s responsibilities include project feasibility and approvals, project planning and capital investment, through to the sales and marketing of a suite of projects with an end value of over $16 billion.
Ronnie Hurst, Project Director, Perth Stadium
Ronnie Hurst is the Project Director for Perth Stadium and the surrounding Stadium Park, a role he commenced in 2008, which will be the biggest single piece of sporting infrastructure ever delivered in Western Australia. The 60,000 seat Perth Stadium will be the third largest stadium in Australia once open in 2018.
Previously holding the role of Director, Strategic Projects at the former Department of Sport and Recreation, Ronnie provided strategic leadership and advice to key departmental projects, including leading the State’s response to the Football Federation of Australia’s bid to host the 2018/22 FIFA World Cup and negotiations for the $100m redevelopment of nib Stadium.
Anthony Kannis, Project Director, Metronet
Anthony Kannis was appointed as the Project Director of the Metronet public transport project in June 2017. As an experienced public servant, Anthony has worked in a number of diverse roles including Executive Director WA Police, a position he held since May 2013. Previously, Anthony was the Executive Director at the Department of Treasury for seven years where he was a key member of the project steering committee that helped deliver the Mandurah rail line and the underground rail connection in the central business district
In addition, Mr Kannis was a board member of Infrastructure Australia for six years from 2008.
Trish McDonald, New Museum Project Director, WA Museum
Trish started at the WA Museum in 2009 and has worked in various positions, primarily related to the New Museum Project. Her current role as Project Director involves leading the team developing the creative content for, and planning for the operations of, the New Museum for WA. Prior to moving to WA she had a central role in completing Stage 1 of the Australian Museum's Exhibition Refurbishment Project and facilitating the construction of its Collections and Research Building on the edge of the Sydney CBD. She has an academic background in the natural sciences and science education.
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