30 January 2018

Building Queensland has today released a summary of the Smithfield Transport Corridor Upgrade Detailed Business Case and cost benefit analysis.

The business case has been driven by the need to reduce congestion and improve safety on the 3.8-kilometre section of the Captain Cook Highway between Yorkeys Knob Road and McGregor Road to the north west of Cairns.

The business case summary outlines the key aspects of the project and provides transparency for how the business case was developed and how the project may be implemented.  Similarly, the cost benefit analysis summary outlines the economic analysis undertaken and the key outcomes.

View the Smithfield Transport Corridor Upgrade project information, along with details of other projects including the Beerburrum to Nambour Rail Upgrade.

2017–18 Annual Report released

02 October 2018

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


June 2018 Infrastructure Pipeline Report released

23 July 2018

The state’s independent infrastructure advisor Building Queensland has identified seven new priority proposals in the June 2018 Infrastructure Pipeline Report, with a further nine progressed out of the pipeline having received funding commitments.


Call for water supply interest in Nullinga Dam

17 July 2018

A detailed business case for the proposed Nullinga Dam is underway with Building Queensland leading its development in partnership with the project proponent—SunWater. The proposed dam is in far north Queensland on the Walsh River within Mareeba Shire Council, approximately 55 kilometres south-west of Cairns and 24 kilometres south-west of Mareeba.