Plant, machinery and transport logistics
There are a number of ways in which state-wide and regional suppliers and operators can get involved with the reconstruction program. In addition to road building materials, the department also needs plant and machinery, transport logistics and operators to link the supply chain from end to end and complete the reconstruction program.
To find out how you can get involved, view the forecast demand data to see what reconstruction works are planned for your region and contact your Regional Project Office to register your interest.
Prequalification and sub-contracting opportunities
It is vital that local companies make sure they are prequalified with Transport and Main Roads to take part in the reconstruction effort. Local companies can also get involved through sub-contracting or supplying companies that are prequalified. For more information on prequalification, view the Tenders and contracts page.
Road safety is your responsibility too
Our state is a hive of activity as we get on with reconstruction. Heavy vehicle operators should drive to the changed conditions and obey all signage for their own safety and the safety of road workers.
To improve and maintain the connectivity of the Queensland road network, a number of freight, heavy vehicle and wide load restrictions are in place. Check your route prior to travel.
Restrictions are available from the Heavy Vehicle Industry Road Report which can be viewed online through the 13 19 40 Traffic and Travel Information website at www.131940.qld.gov.au.
It's essential you plan your route and let us know when you are planning on travelling – call your Regional Project Office ahead to check.
For information on permits or permit conditions, contact the Heavy Vehicle Road Operations Centre on 1300 105 647 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.