The Victorian Government is launching a new online portal to help the construction sector find more opportunities to be part of major project delivery across Victoria.
The online Victorian Major Projects Pipeline was launched today as a ‘one-stop shop’ for businesses, suppliers and contractors so they can contribute to the projects that will transform our state over the next decade and beyond.
The Victorian Major Projects Pipeline highlights around 70 major projects, each with a value of $100 million and above, developed by the Office of Projects Victoria (OPV) alongside key project delivery agencies and contractors.
The Victorian Major Projects Pipeline will help business to assess what’s being delivered and when it’s being delivered so they can plan accordingly.
The online portal details estimated procurement and delivery timeframes to assist contractors and complements public information available on Victoria’s Big Build website.
Projects can be viewed by estimated value, region, project type and relevant delivery agency in an open invitation to the construction sector to get involved.
The portal will be updated quarterly as new major projects are announced and budgeted.
The OPV provides independent advice to improve project delivery and ensure the full benefits of the state’s investments are realised for all Victorians.
The Victorian Major Projects Pipeline can be viewed on the OPV website at opv.vic.gov.au/pipeline.
As stated by Treasurer Tim Pallas
“There has never been a more important time to forge ahead strongly with our major project delivery program which will play a vital role in our economic recovery.”
As stated by Minister for Transport Infrastructure Jacinta Allan
“This portal will be an invaluable tool for industry going forward as we plan and prepare to deliver Victoria’s biggest ever infrastructure agenda.”
As stated by Office of Projects Victoria Chief Executive Officer Dr Kevin Doherty
“OPV has worked closely with key delivery agencies and the construction industry to develop this portal which will literally help build a bigger and better Victoria.”