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Regional opportunities

Engaging local industry and generating jobs are two of the key objectives for the project.

These objectives are being addressed during the design and construction stage by:

  • applying the Queensland Charter for Local Content to the project
  • engaging the Industry Capability Network’s (ICN) local content services
  • implementing managing contractor Watpac’s plan that targets at least 80% of hours spent building the Stadium to be by locals and at least 80% of the value of the project to be spent on local subcontractors and suppliers.

Registering your business’ interest

Businesses with an interest in participating in the construction of the North Queensland Stadium project are encouraged to complete the following two steps:

  1. establish a company profile (and capability statement) on the ICN Gateway at: http://gateway.icn.org.au and
  2. lodge an expression of interest (EOI) for the partial and/or full scope work packages at: www.northqueenslandstadium.icn.org.au/

For assistance using the ICN Gateway, contact 07 3364 0670 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Trade package requests for tender

A shortlist of suitable businesses that have registered through the ICN Gateway will be invited to tender each trade package. Trade packages are being progressively released for tender in line with the project program.

In situations where suitable businesses cannot be identified from those that have expressed interest through the ICN Gateway, or where no businesses have expressed interest through the ICN Gateway, alternative processes will be used to procure the required packages of work.

Trade packages released for tender

The following trade packages have been released for tender (current 6 November 2017):

  • Western Stand structural steel
  • mobile cranes.

Trade packages closed and under review

The following trade packages have closed and are under review with award pending (current 6 November 2017):

  • traffic and pedestrian management
  • site waste
  • sub-contractor amenities cleaning
  • vertical transportation services
  • reinforcement supply
  • concrete supply.

Trade package award

Trade packages awarded by Watpac will be displayed on the ICN Gateway and listed on this website.

Trade packages awarded

The following trade packages have been awarded (current 6 November 2017):

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Trade package Award date Successful tenderer
Temporary works engineering 31 October 2017 Construc Pty Ltd
Precast concrete plats 27 October 2017 Jackson Semler
Sub-contractor amenities (stage 1) (huts and sheds) 10 October 2017 Ausco Modular
Piling 4 October 2017 Wagstaff Piling
Temporary electrical 19 September 2017 Mark Graham Electrical
Temporary hydraulics 19 September 2017 SPD Contracting
Site security (guards) 30 August 2017 Australian Indigenous Security Services
Civil earthworks and roadworks 17 August 2017 Mendi Construction Pty Ltd
Demolition 26 July 2017 Markwell Demolitions
Temporary fencing 24 July 2017 TFH Hire Services
Project survey 19 July 2017 Brazier Motti
Dilapidation survey 21 June 2017 Brazier Motti
Shade cloth 19 June 2017 Advantage Signs

For more details refer to the ICN Gateway.

Strengthening North Queensland

The department is delivering a suite of workshops, industry events and information materials to assist local businesses to be competitive in positioning for work on the North Queensland Stadium project.

This includes a series of workshops to assist local businesses to understand where they fit in the extended project supply chain and prepare effective capability statements to position for work.

Networking events are also on offer to provide opportunities for local manufacturers, suppliers and contractors to connect with like-minded businesses to form joint-venturing arrangements and supply partnerships.

Industry Capability Network (ICN) Gateway express workshops are also available to provide practical guidance to businesses to register their interest in the project.

To learn more about how the Department of State Development is assisting local industry to make the most of the full, fair and reasonable opportunities to tender for work on the project,visit our Strengthening North Queensland page.

Probity Code of Practice

A Probity Code of Practice has been established for North Queensland Stadium Project and independent probity auditors have been appointed to oversee the project.

Contact us

For further information on the proposed North Queensland Stadium please contact the Major Projects and Property Office or call 13 QGOV (13 74 68).