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Jun 24, 2019

Online guide to $135b major project pipeline

Online guide to $135b major project pipeline

Construction Skills Queensland is showcasing about $135 billion worth of major project opportunities throughout the state with an online ‘Knowledge Centre’.

The interactive online platform includes snapshots of the committed or planned projects on a region-by-region basis and forecast annual growth in construction activity.

North West Queensland has $284.6 million worth of committed projects, $2.1 Billion planned, and a forecast annual growth of 38 per cent in construction activity. More HERE

Featured projects include Glencore’s $400 million Black Rock Cave mine expansion, a $53 million upgrade of the Kennedy Developmental Road and the planned $30 million Cloncurry rail loading facility.

Central Queensland is another growth area with a major shortage of construction workers expected against a backdrop of $3.7 billion in committed projects and $16.4 billion planned. More HERE

Featured projects include the $1 billion Gladstone Energy and Ammonia Project, $1.5 billion Rockhampton Ring Road and $30 million Kortes resort.

There is a separate listing for Mackay/Whitsundays outlining $4.2 billion in committed major projects and $12.5 billion planned, with 21 per cent forecast annual growth in construction activity. More HERE

Featured projects include the $500 million Mackay Ring Road works, and major coal projects such as the $2 billion Carmichael coal mine and $1 billion Olive Downs project.

Forecast construction growh is falt for the Northern region, centred on Townsville, where the pipeline includes $4.4 billion worth of committed projects and $7.3 billion planned. More HERE

Projects include $1 billion in works at James Cook University, the $2 billion iM3 Townsville battery plant proposal and $515 million Haughton floodplain highway upgrade.

CSQ lists $1.1 billion in committed projects and $11.1 billion planned in far North Queensland. More HERE

Featured projects include Cairns Southern Access Corridor – Stage 3 at $481 million, the $550 million Nova City development and $513 million Stage 2 Kidston solar and pumped storage project.

CSQ Knowledge Centre – HERE

CSQ Queensland Construction Outlook film – HERE

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