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Contract extension by global mining giant sees coal mine continue to late 2020

Queensland-based coal company has secured the continued operations for a further 30-month period by way of contract extension in Central Queensland.

Green light for $100m solar energy farm project in north Queensland

A regional Queensland council has just approved an independent power producer to build a 60MW PV solar farm.

Stage one of $53M town centre revitalisation opens tenders for early works

Project management has spoken with Projectory on the imminent scope of works expected with packages available for the $53 million development.

EPC contract off the table for major upgrades to Queensland correctional centre

The design and construct works to a Queensland correctional centre, worth $145 million, has just been awarded to one of Australia’s leading construction companies.

Project manager identified for hospital upgrade as early works package revealed

Projectory has identified the project manager for an emergency room hospital upgrade in North Queensland under $42 million in related contracts to be awarded by government.

Shipyard contractors update Projectory on marine precinct upgrade

Project contacts from shipyard contractors have spoken to Projectory about the scope of works related to an upgrade of a marine precinct following a funding commitment.

Queensland preferred HQ for next phase of $5bn defence contract

A key contact with a major defence equipment manufacturer has updated Projectory on the project that could see Queensland become a major defence manufacturing hub.

Suppliers invited to Buy Queensland procurement roadshow tours across the State

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has put together a travelling roadshow of dates spread across the state to introduce the new procurement strategy for suppliers and local industry to learn how to tender for state government work.

Chinese demand sees $35m contract employ hundreds for operations at North Qld mine

A Brisbane-based mining company hit a milestone this week with the granting of three mining leases and should provide 200 operational positions for North Queensland residents.