EVENT DETAILS

Paul Lucas Lunch 2006

Thursday May 18th 2006, 12:00pm till 2:30pm Brisbane QLD 8000

150 industry representatives from 51 organisations attended the Lunch with the Hon.Paul Lucas, Minister for Transport and Main Roads, Queensland at the Stamford Plaza in Brisbane.

The lunch was an outstanding success with the Minister drawing the largest audience ever to an ARF Luncheon.

Companies represented were:

Abigroup
Albem
ARRB Group
Australand
Australian Road Forum
Barclay Mowlem Construction Limited
Basic Construction Services
Baulderstone Hornibrook
BMD
BP Bitumen
Brisbane City Council
Civil Contractors Federation
Coffey Geosciences Pty Ltd
Connell Wagner
Council of Mayors
Currie & Brown
Department of Main Roads 
Engineers Australia
Fairbairn & Associates Pty Ltd
GHD
Gold Coast City Council
Graham Marsh Pty Ltd
Hanson Construction Materials
Hastings Deering
Infrastructure and Major Projects
Inner Northern Busway Alliance
JH Cockerell
John Holland Group
KBR
Leighton Contractors Pty Ltd
Maunsell Australia Pty Ltd 
Minter Ellison Lawyers
Northwest Construction Company
Office of Urban Management
Parsons Brinkerhoff
Pioneer Road Services
Queensland Consulting Project Partners Pty Ltd
Queensland Mainroads 
Queensland Motorways
Queensland Rail
Queensland Transport
Resource Coordination Partnership
RPQ Asphalt
Sinclair Knight Merz
Tarong Energy
The BMD Group
The Harrison Group
Traffic Technologies Ltd
Woods Bagot

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Hon. Paul Lucas

Minister for Transport and Main Roads, Queensland

Paul Lucas is the Minister for Transport and Main Roads in the Queensland State Government.  Mr Lucas was appointed to Transport and Main Roads following the 2004 State Election, which saw the return of the Beattie Labor Government for a third three year term.  Mr Lucas, 43, was a solicitor prior to entering Parliament, has Bachelor degrees in Economics and in Law and a Master of Business Administration.  He was elected to the Queensland Parliament in October 1996 as the Member for Lytton, an electorate which covers several bayside suburbs in Brisbane's east. His portfolio covers the transport system that includes infrastructure for roads, railways, air and sea ports as well as operations and services for
industry and the community.  These include passenger transport, freight, registration, licensing, information, safety and
management. Mr Lucas’ priorities include fostering travel safety, encouraging the use of public transport, and meeting the transport-planning needs of Australia’s fastest-growing state.

If you wish to make any special requests, modify or cancel your booking please contact Roads Australia directly.