Project procurement and advisory

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

Projects we are involved in

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Brisbane International Cruise Terminal

This $100 million proposal for a mega cruise ship terminal at the mouth of the Brisbane River is being assessed by Queensland Treasury under its market-led proposal framework, and if approved, could add as much as $1 billion in gross output annually to the Queensland economy by 2036.

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Queensland Aquarium and Maritime Museum

Queensland Treasury is working with the Department of State Development to assess a detailed proposal under its market-led proposal framework for the development of an estimated $100 million aquarium and maritime museum on Brisbane’s South Bank.

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Mount Cotton driver training centre

The RACQ's proposal to transform an aging government asset into a first-class driver and help save lives on the road is being assessed under the government's market-led proposal framework.

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Prince Charles Hospital car parks

Queensland Treasury is working with car parking developer International Parking Group which has used the market-led proposal framework to propose it finance and construct two multi-level car parks offering 1,500 bays in return for an extension of its existing contract.

Previous projects

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Herston Quarter

Queensland Treasury is procuring a mixed use redevelopment, which will include a specialist rehabilitation and ambulatory care centre, on a five hectare site in the heart of Brisbane.

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Logan Enhancement Project

Transurban Queensland is delivering a $512 million upgrade to the Logan Motorway and Gateway Extension motorways, following a successful proposal under the government’s market-led proposal framework.

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Toowoomba Second Range Crossing

Treasury’s Commercial Group, working closely with the Department of Transport and Main Roads, has assured the State the best possible technical and financial outcome with procurement of the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing.

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1 William Street, Brisbane

Valued at more than $1 billion, Treasury Commercial Group has minimised investment and risk for government by securing 100 per cent private funding for this landmark project.

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Government Wireless Network

On behalf of Queensland’s public safety authorities, Queensland Treasury procured a cutting edge wireless network worth $651.8 million to improve cross agency communication and help keep people safe.

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New Generation Rollingstock

In a deal worth $4.4 billion, Queensland Treasury has helped to future proof Brisbane’s train network with the procurement of 75 new six-car train sets and associated maintenance.

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Queensland Schools

With the State’s growing population, Queensland Treasury procured the construction and maintenance of 10 schools to capitalise on economies of scale and maximise value for money.