Accelerated opportunities for local businesses

We recently launched a new procurement and packaging plan to industry that aims to accelerate opportunities for regional businesses to participate in upcoming construction package tenders. We caught up with the Goondiwindi Chamber of Commerce committee to brief them on what this means for local businesses.

Rail workers on the track performing maintenance outside Parkes, NSW.

Supporting local jobs, communities and regional economies is embedded in our procurement process.

Late last month, we met with Goondiwindi Chamber of Commerce committee members to brief them on Inland Rail and upcoming opportunities for local businesses in the region. 

Current project opportunities requiring services, materials and equipment include:

Services Materials  Equipment
Clearing and grubbing Fences and gates Containers
Concreting  Geotextiles Cranes
Earthworks ICT equipment Equipment (i.e. compressors, floodlights, generators etc.)
Electrical Noise walls Plant (i.e. compactors, earthmovers, excavators, graders, rollers, scrapers)
Environment and rehabilitation Personal protective equipment Temporary fencing and hoarding
Plumbing and drainage Quarry materials (i.e. ballast, capping) Tracklaying and surfacing machinery
Road construction, maintenance Reinforced concrete products
(i.e. culverts, decks, girders, panels, pipes, pits)
Vehicles
Steelfixing Signage Water trucks
Survey Site offices, equipment, furniture Welding machines
Testing
Track removal and installation
Traffic management 
Transport

We engage a number of major contractors who, in turn, use smaller regional suppliers and businesses to source and deliver a variety of materials, services and works to support Inland Rail construction.

Visit our website to find out how your business can get involved through direct and indirect supply opportunities.


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