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Over $8 billion in public works up for tender

WA has released a new tendering dashboard to help construction companies pitch for work

The WA government has launched a new online dashboard featuring $8.7 billion worth of public works to assist Western Australia’s construction industry plan and prepare to bid for government tenders.

The Pipeline of Works interactive dashboard features current and planned non-residential building and other infrastructure projects.

The dashboard, in conjunction with the State Infrastructure Plan and State Budget Papers, increases transparency around infrastructure spending and provides updated forecasts and data to attract new entrants to WA’s building market and encourage increased competition and innovation, the WA government says.

“Our government’s record $43.9 billion Asset Investment Program is setting up our state for the future, and importantly, providing massive opportunities for local construction businesses and workers,” WA treasurer Rita Saffioti says.

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“This dashboard will be a key tool in helping these local companies to plan ahead, prepare and bid for potential jobs and make adjustments to their business as required, like increasing their workforce, to deliver these vital projects.”

WA finance minister Sue Ellery adds: “The interactive dashboard assists local businesses as they plan and prepare to bid for WA government tenders relating to non-residential and other infrastructure projects.

“This will also support efforts to expand market capacity to deal with the current and future work volume.

“I encourage local industry to click on to this new user-friendly dashboard and view the upcoming tendering opportunities across WA.”

Programs of works, ICT-related projects and MetroNet and other transport-related projects continue to be available from other state government agency websites and publications.

To access the dashboard visit:

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