Fitzroy to Gladstone Pipeline Project
GEA Industry Briefing Session
The Queensland Government has approved the Fitzroy to Gladstone Pipeline for construction.
The $983 million pipeline will be owned and managed by Gladstone Area Water Board and constructed by McConnell Dowell BMD Joint Venture (MBJV), with early works commencing in March 2023 and major works expected to commence mid-2023.
The 117-kilometre pipeline, which will run from the Lower Fitzroy River in Rockhampton and connect to Gladstone Area Water Board’s existing water network at Yarwun. The Fitzroy to Gladstone Pipeline is expected to be delivered in 2026, weather and construction conditions permitting, creating more than 400 jobs at the peak of construction. MBJV has committed to maximising local industry participation where value for money can be demonstrated and invite all businesses in the local government areas of Banana, Gladstone, Livingstone and Rockhampton to attend the upcoming briefing sessions to hear about the project and how you can be involved.
Presentation and Q&A panel:
· Mark Barrows – Project Director
· Casper Heunis – Engineering Manager
· Andrew Tsitas – Procurement Manager
· Patrice Brown – Communications & Stakeholder Manager
· Purdey Wikman – Communications & Stakeholder Coordinator (TBC)
Date: 27 March 2023
Registration: 15.30pm – 16.00pm
Start: 16.00pm – 17.00pm
Networking: 17.00pm – 17.30pm
Venue: Gladstone Entertainment and Convention Centre