In St. John's, a keynote address from a representative of Statoil.
In Halifax, Jim Spatz, Chairman and CEO of Southwest Properties Ltd., talks about his company's projects in Halifax and across Atlantic Canada, plus updates on government infrastructure spending from MP Marc Miller, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Infrastructure, and the Hon. Mark Furey, Nova Scotia Minister of Business.
In Moncton, a look at the proposed Atlantic Link to New England from Dan Muldoon, Executive Vice President, Renewable and Alternative Energy, Emera Inc.
Major projects are a key force propelling Atlantic Canada's economy forward. Capitalizing on this wave of major projects investment is essential to growing your business, and Major Projects 2017 provides the perspective you need to profit from these opportunities.
The federal government continues to increase infrastructure spending in Canada to stimulate the economy. Find out where and when you can expect to see these investments impacting your city and province.
The conference has become a “must attend” event for business leaders seeking a competitive edge when it comes to planning, forecasting and project leads. It also includes the opportunity to network with developers, financiers, oil and gas executives, lawyers, accountants and multiple leaders from the construction trades.
Major Projects 2017 will be held at the following locations:
June 5, 2017 - St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador - Delta St. John's
June 7, 2017 - Halifax, Nova Scotia -- Pier 21
June 9, 2017 - Moncton, New Brunswick - Delta Beauséjour
Breakfast begins at 7:45 a.m. Program begins at 8:15 a.m. and ends at 10 a.m.
Member: $185 / Non-Member: $250
Member / Non-Member Table: $995 table for 6 delegates
APEC would like to recognize the commitment of BDC as Presenting Sponsor of Major Projects 2017
APEC would also like to thank the following local sponsors of Major Projects 2017