Inland Rail upskilling workshops a success
We’re committed to playing our part in upskilling regional communities and ensuring people are given the opportunity to help build Inland Rail. Late last year, the Inland Rail Skills Academy hosted eight business capability workshops between Beaudesert and Goondiwindi to help local businesses get ‘construction ready’.
In total, 114 people representing 100 local businesses, including 19 Indigenous businesses, attended business capability workshops held in November and December 2020.
Eight workshops were held in Beaudesert, Ipswich, Gatton, Logan, Toowoomba, Pittsworth and Goondiwindi.
The workshops, which helped businesses develop effective capability statements and understand their position in the Inland Rail supply chain, were followed by one-on-one mentoring sessions on how to best position themselves for success when tendering for major projects.
Visit our website for more information on the Inland Rail Skills Academy and upskilling opportunities.
May 6, 2021
Euroa reference guide
For Inland Rail in Euroa, the station precinct and Anderson Street bridge will need to be modified to safely allow for double-stacked trains and we’re working on designs that consider site conditions, technical issues and community feedback.
May 4, 2021
Kagaru to Acacia Ridge & Bromelton May newsletter
In the May edition of the Kagaru and Acacia Ridge & Bromelton project newsletter we take a look at the renewed Community Consultative Committee, requests for land access and upcoming project photography.