The Western Australian Government has released a new Pipeline of Works dashboard, which outlines $8.7 billion worth of public infrastructure projects.

The dashboard has been designed to assist with construction industry planning and preparing to bid for government tenders. 

The interactive dashboard features current and planned non-residential buildings and other infrastructure projects, many of which are managed by the Department of Finance and form a key part of the State Government’s $43.9 billion Asset Investment Program.

The dashboard, in conjunction with the State Infrastructure Plan and State Budget Papers, is expected to increase transparency around infrastructure spending and provide a trusted source of information with updated forecasts and data to attract new entrants to Western Australia’s building market and encourage increased competition and innovation.

The State Government has said that the Western Australian construction industry is thriving, with a number of projects currently underway and many more planned, leading to additional job opportunities and making the state an attractive place for people interstate and overseas to work and live.

The dashboard provides information about many of these major projects including hospitals, schools, and other developments.

Western Australia Treasurer, Rita Saffioti, said that the State Government’s record $43.9 billion Asset Investment Program is setting up the state for the future and providing opportunities for local construction businesses and workers.

“This dashboard will be a key tool in helping these local companies to plan ahead, prepare and bid for potential jobs and make adjustments to their business as required, like increasing their workforce, to deliver these vital projects,” Ms Saffioti said. 

Western Australia Finance Minister, Sue Ellery, said that the Pipeline of Works interactive dashboard demonstrates the State Government’s commitment to enhancing economic and social outcomes for the state as it continues to create jobs and opportunities through government spending. 

“The interactive dashboard assists local businesses as they plan and prepare to bid for government tenders relating to non-residential and other infrastructure projects,” Ms Ellery said. 

“This will also support efforts to expand market capacity to deal with the current and future work volume.

“I encourage local industry to click on to this new user-friendly dashboard and view the upcoming tendering opportunities across Western Australia.”

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  1. Geoff 4 months ago

    Psuedo neo liberals nof building public housing massive undersupply adding to homeless and working poor reintroduce john curtains 1944 cha,labor stop acting like liberals,build build buildpublic housing your people ard in crisis with huge rents economy suffering.act like labor housing housing

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