Liam Gordon appointed Executive Director of Strategy and Advisory
07 June 2019
Mr Liam Gordon has been appointed to the newly created position of Executive Director, Strategy and Advisory, Building Queensland. Mr Gordon has over 20 years’ experience in the Queensland public and infrastructure sectors. He has served as Executive General Manager, Projects at Queensland Rail as well as Deputy Under Treasurer, Economics at Queensland Treasury.
Mr Gordon joins Building Queensland at an exciting time. An update of Building Queensland’s Business Case Development Framework is underway to reflect contemporary practice and lessons learned. Mr Gordon will perform a key role in delivering expert advice through the framework update and other publications set to be released later this year. A series of knowledge sharing and training programs will also be implemented in late 2019 to build capability across government and industry.
Building Queensland is ready to deliver on its continuing vision to enhance infrastructure outcomes for Queensland.
Mr Gordon takes up his new position on 17 June 2019.
20 April 2020
Building Queensland Business Case Development Framework – Release 3 is now available. Our Business Case Development Framework has been guiding the development of the state’s infrastructure proposals since 2016. It has helped bring about a consistent and rigorous approach to proposal development – enabling decision-makers to compare investment opportunities. While a significant focus of the update has been […]
25 March 2020
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21 August 2019
Building Queensland has released the 2019 Infrastructure Pipeline Report, detailing 18 priority proposals under development by the Queensland Government. Over 70 per cent of proposals previously listed in the report have progressed to further stages of development, with six securing funding for delivery. The funded projects include Gold Coast Light Rail Stage 3A; new primary, secondary […]