Project procurement and advisory

Queensland Treasury’s Commercial group provides commercial advice to government on a range of projects and leads the negotiations for the procurement of major commercial projects. We do this to ensure the State Government achieves the best outcomes and value-for-money in its dealings with the private sector.

Previous projects

Brisbane cruise ship terminal

Brisbane International Cruise Terminal

The Brisbane International Cruise Terminal is a $158m project by the Port of Brisbane for a mega cruise ship terminal at the mouth of the Brisbane River which is expected to add as much as $1 billion in gross output annually to the Queensland economy by 2036.

Logan Motorway Enhancement Project

Queensland Treasury worked with the Department of Transport and Main Roads to deliver Transurban Queensland’s Market-Led Proposal for a $512 million upgrade of the Logan Motorway and Gateway Extension Motorways Corridor.

Toowoomba Second Range Crossing

The Commercial group provided management of an availability-based public private partnership for the $1.6b Toowoomba Second Range Crossing bypass from the Warrego Highway to the Gore Highway.


Herston Quarter

Treasury Commercial procured a mixed-use redevelopment opportunity for one of Australia’s leading health precincts, which will include a specialist rehabilitation and ambulatory care centre on a five hectare site in the heart of Brisbane.

1 William Street, Brisbane

Queensland Treasury managed the procurement process and provided project delivery oversite for construction of the largest commercial office building in Queensland.

New Generation Rollingstock

The New Generation Rollingstock (NGR) project managed the significant increase to the South-East Queensland train fleet to meet the growing demand for rail services.

Government Wireless Network

Procurement of an integrated and secure radio communications network for Queensland’s public safety agencies.

Queensland Schools

Procurement of the construction and maintenance of 10 schools to capitalises on economies of scale and maximise value for money.

Last updated: 5 April 2018