Building Queensland was established as an independent statutory body on 3 December 2015 under the Building Queensland Act 2015.
Governed by an eight-member Board, the majority from the private sector, Building Queensland provides independent expert advice to Queensland Government agencies, government-owned corporations and selected statutory authorities to enable better infrastructure decisions.
One of our key functions is to develop rigorous business cases for projects. Using transparent and disciplined frameworks, including cost benefit analysis, our team of experts assist with business cases on projects where potential government investment is between $50-$100 million and lead the preparation of business cases where investment exceeds $100 million. We will also lead the procurement or delivery of projects if directed.
Infrastructure projects that we believe should be prioritised to meet the state’s needs will be identified in our pipeline of priority projects. This pipeline, based on rigorous analysis and assessment of projects, will underpin future state infrastructure plans.
We are committed to sharing our expertise because we believe infrastructure decision-making should be based on transparent analysis. We will regularly publish our work, including project summaries and cost benefit analysis summaries, on our website.