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BGS Business Breakfast - Industrial Property


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We invite you to join the BGS Business Breakfast 

TOPIC: Ports, planes, trains: Industrial Property and its role in South East Queensland's future infrastucture.

Market demands for e-commerce facilities, together with a burgeoning infrastructure pipeline, continue to
underpin the strong demand for industrial property within the South East Queensland region.

Last-mile logistics, data centres and multi-level warehousing are causing rapid change and development
amongst the industrial property sector across Australia and globally.

Spurred on by the global pandemic, the industrial property sector has witnessed tightening yields and
record transaction volumes. South East Queensland's market has been no different.

  • How will South East Queensland's industrial sector continue to cater for this pent up demand?
  • How can we expect South East Queensland's industrial sector to grow and mature in order to address the
  • strong appetite for industrial and logistics facilities?
  • Will the demand and attraction for industrial and logistics property continue to defy broader economic headwinds, such as high interest rates and elevated construction costs?

To unpack the current state of the market, and to hear what is in store for the sector, join us on
Wednesday, 28 August for the BGS Community Business Breakfast to hear from market-leading figures:

  • David Gibson '09 (Partner, Modus Property Group), 
  • David Keir '84 (Chief Development Officer, Port of
    Brisbane) and 
  • Justin Sherlock (Qld General Manager, LOGOS). 

David Gibson '09

David is a Partner of Modus Property Group.  Prior to Modus, David spent 5 years at Colliers and more recently 4 years at Cushman & Wakefield, where he was Head of the Queensland Industrial team.

David’s experience and knowledge of the wider Brisbane market has seen him complete a range of significant leases, pre-leases, land sales, corporate disposals, and investment sales on behalf of private, institutional, and corporate clients.

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    We look forward to having you join us for this special event.

    BGS Business Breakfasts are open to our community, and are a great opportunity to bring a table of clients or work colleagues.

    David Keir '84



    Chief Commercial Officer – Port of Brisbane


    David joined the Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd in October 2016 and in his role as Chief Commercial Officer leads the commercial operations of the Port including all property functions, trade activities and cruise and ancillary commercial activities.

    He has created and implemented successful property and trade strategies which has seen exceptional growth across these key business functions. Until
    recently he also led and championed the core sustainability agenda for the business. The Port of Brisbane is Australia’s third largest port and Australia’s most diverse cargo port, privatised in 2010. David has over 35 years’ experience in the property industry having led and managed businesses across the country that have created sustainable projects in all Australian states and capital cities. He was previously the Managing Director and CEO of Devine Limited and prior to that the Chief Executive Officer of Delfin Lend Lease, at the time Australia’s largest master planned urban community creator.

    David holds a Bachelor of Applied Science – Built Environment and Graduate Diplomas in Urban and Regional Planning and Project Management. He has also completed the Executive Leadership Program at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. David is also a Non-Executive Director of Maas Group Holdings an ASX listed diversified construction materials and property company.

    Justin Sherlock

    General Manager – QLD, LOGOS

    Justin joined LOGOS in 2017 and established the Queensland business, which he leads and is responsible for the delivery of its $2.0bn industrial development pipeline.

    Justin has over 23 years’ experience in the commercial property industry, having previously held senior roles with Investa Property Group, FKP and CBRE.

    Justin has dealt extensively with property institutions, developers, ports, occupiers, Councils, and Governments.


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    Enjoy the stunning views over the CBD from The Grove rooftop while you are served a cooked breakfast, along with pastries, juice and fresh coffee. 


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