Rookwood Weir Business Case Now Available

24 January 2018

Building Queensland has today released the Lower Fitzroy River Infrastructure Project Detailed Business Case, also known as Rookwood Weir. 

The project presents an opportunity to supplement urban water supplies and also enhance agricultural and industrial development in the Fitzroy Basin and Gladstone region; once commitment of potential users is confirmed.

With funding of $130 million committed by the Australian Government towards the construction of the Rookwood Weir (subject to the findings of the detailed business case), the Queensland Government has requested Building Queensland make the business case publicly available.

Commercial-in-confidence information has been removed to protect confidential information of project stakeholders, and the Queensland Government’s commercial position during future project stages.

View the Lower Fitzroy River Infrastructure Project Detailed Business Case.

Bruce Highway business case summaries released

29 November 2018

Building Queensland has released details of the business cases developed for two projects under the Cairns Bruce Highway Upgrade Master Plan—Stage 3 Edmonton to Gordonvale and Stage 4 Kate Street to Aumuller Street. The Bruce Highway is part of the National Land Transport Network, connecting Cairns to the vast majority of Queensland and servicing both […]

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Building Queensland Board appointments announced

27 November 2018

The Queensland Government has announced two new appointments to the Building Queensland Board. Ms Lesley Morris and Ms Fiona Murdoch join returning members Mr Alan Millhouse (Chair), Dr Catherin Bull and Mr Kevin Hegarty. Ms Morris has extensive experience in organisational governance and the planning and delivery of major infrastructure, while Ms Murdoch has significant […]

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2017–18 Annual Report released

02 October 2018

Building Queensland continues to perform a key role in helping government make informed infrastructure decisions.

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