The State Infrastructure Plan (SIP) sets the direction for planning, investment and delivery of infrastructure in Queensland.
The SIP also delivers a four-year program of infrastructure projects that is updated annually, to build industry confidence, generate jobs and economic growth and improve liveability.
The Queensland Government is providing $2.2 billion over five years, from 2015–16, to build the priority infrastructure needed to support economic growth and liveability into the future.
This supports the implementation of the State Infrastructure Plan and further demonstrates this government's commitment to planning and delivering infrastructure.
Growth Area and Regional Infrastructure Investment Fund
The $40 million Growth Area and Regional Infrastructure Investment Fund helps deliver infrastructure that improves liveability and prosperity in areas that have experienced above average population change, with further high growth projected.
This fund supports the delivery of new state-led infrastructure or the improvement of existing facilities and networks.
The Digital Enablement for Queensland Infrastructure - Principles for BIM Implementation, will improve lifecycle management of assets and the on-time and on-budget delivery of new government infrastructure.
The Total Asset Management Plan (TAMP) Framework is the whole-of-government policy for managing Queensland Government assets.
Connecting Brisbane outlines a roadmap for the future of Brisbane’s public transport system.
There are a number of public and private sector infrastructure pipelines providing industry, potential investors and all levels of government with information about infrastructure projects currently underway.
Building Queensland provides the Queensland Government with independent, expert advice on major infrastructure. The Queensland Government commissioned an independent review of Building Queensland's first 12 months of operation.
The administrative review ( 528 KB) found that Building Queensland has been effective but that improvements could be made. The Queensland Government's response ( 92 KB) to this review generally supports the recommendations, most of which are already being implemented.