Infrastructure NSW has updated the New South Wales Major Projects Infrastructure Pipeline.
Chief executive Simon Draper said the NSW government was committed to the continued transparency of the pipeline, and to attract investment and early participation in the design, construction, management and operation of major infrastructure projects across the whole of NSW.
He continued: “The Pipeline set outs the upcoming demands on both government and private industry which highlights the importance of working together to deliver projects for the people of NSW.
“The NSW Major Projects Infrastructure Pipeline has been updated to reflect relevant projects provided for in the 2022-23 Budget, which includes $112.7 billion infrastructure commitment over four years to support economic growth and opportunity, boost productive capacity and enhance innovation.
“Hosted on the Infrastructure NSW website, it brings together all NSW Government infrastructure projects expected to come to market, with a minimum capital value of over $50 million.
“This provides industry with information to enable planning and resourcing for the next three to five years.
“Our aim is to provide you with appropriate lead time and readiness for government engagement, bidding, procurement, contractor partnering, planning and mobilisation of a skilled workforce.
“The more information we can give you, the better prepared and resourced you can be to plan and bid for work that suits your strengths.
Infrastructure NSW has also released the 2022-23 State Infrastructure Plan which outlines the demand drivers and market context for the NSW Government’s infrastructure program over the next 5 years.
It provides project specific information to support transparency to industry via the Pipeline.
Draper added: “I encourage you to visit our website to view the updated Pipeline and 2022-23 State Infrastructure Plan. We welcome your feedback.”