Forum to cover cracking line-up of NQ projects
The State Government-hosted event on December 8 offers insight into regional supply chain opportunities as well as local innovation and knowledge initiatives.
The line-up announced this week includes:
CPB Contractors have recently been appointed to deliver the development phase for the Australia-Singapore Military Training Initiative (ASTMI) facilities project at Greenvale.
CPB will provide an overview of the $800 million project and opportunities for local participation.
This program is introducing cutting edge technology to automate safety-critical processes and an artificial intelligence solution to automate data and improve decision-making.
James Cook University (JCU) is focused on achieving a ‘magnetic place’, where campuses encourage student engagement and immersion into the learning experience and where industry and community feel welcome. This presentation covers JCU’s Major Capital Works program and the projects on the horizon that will shape the Townsville campus for years to come.
About 150 contractors are expected to be employed in the next few months for this project, as well as an additional 250 operations and maintenance employees.
Origin Energy has been exploring how hydrogen might best fit into Australia and the world’s decarbonisation ambitions. Origin will present the case for hydrogen and how a joint ecosystem can work together to get the best outcome for Queensland.
The Australian Government’s Manufacturing Modernisation Fund (MMF) aims to fast track capital investment in manufacturing to help businesses transform their manufacturing process and support job growth and a more highly skilled workforce. The MMF’s $52.8 million second round is due to open soon to local businesses.
Townsville Industry Breakfast partner AusIndustry will outline funding support available to local businesses under this scheme.
Townsville will host a one-and-a-half-day conference in March focusing on injury prevention, work health and safety, rehabilitation and return to work...