The Test Mine facilities database is an interactive GIS database that helps industry identify potential options for testing and commercialising new products and services for the mining sector.
Queensland’s largest wind farm, located on the Atherton Tableland in Far North Queensland, is on track for completion during September 2018.
Agave planting signals first step towards $60 million Tablelands biorefinery development.
From making lawn mower blades to F-35 aircraft parts, Heat Treatment Australia’s transformation into a world-class advanced manufacturer is complete.
With the global biopharmaceuticals and biosimilars markets expected to grow significantly in the short to medium term, Queensland is uniquely positioned to establish itself as the leading supplier in the region.
Cook Medical Australia is capitalising on its success by strengthening relationships and expertise in Queensland’s biomed sector.
When the Australian Army needed a new light combat vehicle, it turned to STEYR Motors Australia to support and maintain the vehicle’s innovative diesel engine.
Sunny Queen Australia’s expansion has seen what was once a traditional agricultural producer become part of Queensland’s new wave of innovative advanced manufacturing.
A new $50 million biorefinery proposed for Mackay could create up to 115 jobs and position the region as an emerging bio-industry hub.
Luring a multinational company to Yatala gives an immediate and longer-term boost to jobs and growth up and down the state.
Software engineers can live anywhere in the world, but Console Connect has chosen Brisbane as its global research and development hub.
Ten Queensland innovators have been selected to be part of a 2017 Business Mentoring for Innovation Program with the Department of State Development’s Engineering, Construction and Resources Innovation Hub.
We have led a whole-of-government response to the fire that destroyed the Swickers bacon factory export distribution centre, boning room and chillers in Kingaroy in early November.
The Queensland Government is committed to supporting and building local communities through the delivery of neighbourhood and community centres by harnessing the power of partnerships across government, industry and the community.
The Queensland Government-funded 28-kilometre Bundaberg Gas Pipeline is nearing completion with engineering company Zinfra Group recently completing all construction and testing.
The Engineering, Construction and Resources Innovation Hub (ECRi Hub), part of the Queensland Department of State Development, was officially launched last month at the EngAusCon.
The Queensland Government is partnering with the Translational Research Institute (TRI) to bring MTPConnect to Brisbane to speak about the opportunities they can offer to foster the connections and collaborations needed for success.
Coomera Indoor Sports Centre was officially opened on Friday 5 August 2016, as the first of three new venues being delivered for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018).
The first event of the 2016 Major Projects Series was held on 12 July with over 250 attendees at QUT's Room ThreeSixty.
Packer Leather Pty Ltd, a fifth generation family business, based in Narangba has been chosen as Queensland's Exporter of the Year 2015.
A portion of government owned land at the former Ithaca TAFE site at Red Hill which is no longer required for service delivery will be leased to the Broncos.
The Queensland Government is committed to giving Queensland businesses the best possible opportunity to tender for major government procurements through the Queensland Charter for Local Content.
Logan-based company, Holmwood Highgate, has successfully entered the defence supply chain network with their contract to supply Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles Australia (RMMVA) under the Department of Defence's Project LAND 121 Phase 3B.
In May 2015, Queensland operator Airwork Helicopters, one of Australia's leading helicopter flight training schools, successfully gained approval from CASA to manufacture tail rotor blades for Bell 206 helicopters.