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Pre-qualified contractors are being invited to tender to build the $1.065 billion Rockhampton Ring Road project.

It is biggest infrastructure project to be delivered in the region, with the development expected to create more than 780 jobs.

Due to its size and complexity, the project will be delivered in two packages.

“Tendering will be a multi-stage process and will see Transport and Main Roads collaborate with potential proponents to ensure the best outcomes for the project and community,” Queensland Minister for Transport and Main Roads Mark Bailey.

“It is expected the successful contractors will be appointed in mid to late 2022.”

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Barnaby Joyce said the start of the tendering process signalled construction was firmly on the horizon.

“After almost four years of planning and design, the Rockhampton Ring Road is one step closer with construction tendering under way,” he said.

“Investing in this key infrastructure project will support the region’s economy by improving freight efficiency, flood resilience and the capacity of the Bruce Highway, as well as improving road safety.

“This project will also connect to completed local infrastructure projects, including the Yeppen North and Yeppen South projects, Capricorn Highway Rockhampton to Gracemere Duplication and the Rockhampton Northern Access Upgrade, as well as supporting jobs and regional communities.”

“It is expected the successful contractors will be appointed in mid to late 2022.”

Member for Rockhampton Barry O’Rourke said the project’s sheer scale was expected to offer up challenges in its delivery.

“This project will deliver 17.4km of new road, including 6km of bridges, to be built through the Fitzroy River floodplain,” Mr O’Rourke said.


“Construction contractors will need to manage multiple connections with other highways, local roads and private properties, as well as ensuring connectivity to the city of Rockhampton.”