Join the Executive Director of Major Projects, Tim Bamford, at an interactive session on the roles of MPV and delivering future government infrastructure. Tim will address a wide range of topics relating to his and his organisations role:
- Role and operation of Major Projects
- MPV’s projects – in delivery and in development
- What MPV looks for in a consultant – how to impress as a service provider
About Major Projects Victoria… MPV provides project delivery services and advice to Victorian Government departments and other agencies engaged in the delivery of complex, technically challenging, and invariably unique projects of state significance. Their expertise in project delivery – whether via traditional project delivery approaches or via a public private partnership model – is evident in past projects delivered, in projects currently in development, and in projects under construction.
Born in the UK, Tim Bamford first arrived in Melbourne in 1996 after several years working on engineering projects in Asia. Tim joined the Australian Grand Prix Corporation as Engineering Manager and remained there in various roles for 11 years, including three as Chief Executive Officer. After joining Major Projects Victoria in 2008, Tim was seconded to the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority to direct the clean-up of more than 3000 properties destroyed in the Black Saturday bushfires in 2009. Tim then returned to Major Projects Victoria as Project Directo
r for the Victorian Government’s largest ever investment in sporting infrastructure, the $366 million Stage 1 of the Melbourne Park Redevelopment. In January 2012, Tim was appointed as Executive Director of Major Projects Victoria, overseeing the organisation’s $1.9 billion project portfolio.
When: Friday 19 February 2016
Time: 12:15 PM, for a 12:30PM start, until 2PM Where: Colin Biggers & Paisley Level 23, 181 William Street, Melbourne
RSVP: Tuesday 9 February
Cost: $65 – Consult Australia Members
$95 – Consult Australia Non members
Further information: Should you require further information, please contact Zeina Iesa on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0423 215 149.