Four design companies shortlisted
Four design companies with a proven track record in major sports stadiums have been shortlisted to develop a concept design and site master plan for the $250 million North Queensland Stadium. The following four were shortlisted and will now tender for the principal consultant role:
A total of 20 locally based Townsville companies were included across the four shortlisted design team submissions as part of their local industry participation strategies.
The successful design tenderer will be appointed by the end of the year. The appointed team will further develop their concept design, in preparation for release of the managing contractor tender in early 2017.
Ten companies shortlisted for quantity surveyor and audit programmer
The following ten companies are in the running to be either appointed as the quantity surveyor or audit programmer for the North Queensland Stadium project:
The six shortlisted quantity surveyor companies, in alphabetical order are:
The shortlisted audit programmer companies, in alphabetical order, are:
The successful quantity surveyor and audit programmer will be appointed by the end of the year.
Thursday, November 17, 2016 | First stadium contracts on schedule for Xmas
The first three contracts for the $250 million North Queensland Stadium – including principal consultant – are on schedule to be awarded by Christmas.
Monday, October 17, 2016 | Ten more companies shortlisted for the North Queensland Stadium project
Seven North Queensland businesses are part of a list of ten companies in the running to be either appointed as the quantity surveyor or audit programmer for the North Queensland Stadium project.
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 | Four designers vie for NQ stadium gig
Four design companies have been shortlisted from a field of 17 international and national firms to tender for the principal consultant role for the $250 million North Queensland Stadium.
Friday, September 09, 2016 | NQ Stadium momentum builds with local survey work underway
Momentum continues to build for the North Queensland Stadium as local surveyors get to work on site ahead of two further Expressions of Interest (EOI) being released next week for the $250 million project.
Tuesday, August 30, 2016 | Businesses flock to work on NQ stadium
Dozens of businesses have already put their hands up to be part of the $250 million North Queensland Stadium project now that the first tender has opened.
Sunday, August 28, 2016 | It's kick off for the North Queensland Stadium
Expressions of interest (EOI) will be called tomorrow for principal consultants to put forward design teams to kick off work on the $250 million North Queensland Stadium.
Friday, June 10, 2016 | Palaszczuk Government commits extra $40M to deliver $140M for Townsville Stadium
The 2016-17 Queensland State Budget will allocate an additional $40 million to building Townsville's stadium, on top of the $100 million already allocated.
Thursday, May 12, 2016 | New Townsville stadium a game changer for North Queensland
Minister Assisting the Premier on North Queensland Coralee O'Rourke has increased pressure on the Turnbull Government to fund the Townsville stadium, telling State Parliament today the project is vital to kick start growth, opportunities and jobs in the north.
Wednesday, May 4, 2016 | No Stadium under Federal LNP Government
North Queensland has been left short-changed in the Federal Government's 2016-17 Budget, with the Turnbull Government refusing to commit funding to the Townsville Stadium, despite overwhelming community support.
Friday, October 23, 2015 | Townsville City Waterfront development scheme ready for revitalisation
The revitalisation of the Townsville City Waterfront Priority Development Area (PDA) is ready to begin after the development scheme was formally adopted by the Queensland Government.
Thursday, May 14, 2015 | No Townsville Stadium under State, Federal LNP
The State LNP have backed their Federal mates' decision not to fund a Townsville Stadium, back flipping from their own election commitment and ignoring community support for the new facility.