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Bridge42 has aligned with the peak body representing the infrastructure industry in Queensland, the Infrastructure Association of Queensland (IAQ), as a corporate member to play our role in helping to deliver Brisbane 2032 legacy outcomes.
As the planning and preparations to host the Brisbane 2032 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games gear up, the 10 years of the Games lead-up and 10 years post-event presents a unique 20-year window to maximise tourism, trade and economic growth potential in Queensland.
The hosting of Brisbane 2032 has created an unprecedented opportunity to drive legacy outcomes – economic, social, cultural, environmental and built environment – that will ensure lasting benefits before, during and after the Games. Ultimately, the Brisbane 2032 legacy will deliver long-term, sustainable growth for the State’s cities and regions.
While it is an exciting period ahead, with Queensland at the centre of an infrastructure boom, a significant amount of investment and activity is needed. There is currently approximately $90 billion in new construction investment from 2023 to 2032 in Queensland.
In line with Bridge42’s mission to ‘reveal the promise of Australia’s emerging future’, we look forward to working with IAQ and other member organisations, contributing our expertise to help realise successful Brisbane 2032 legacy outcomes and ensure future prosperity for Queensland.
We invite other IAQ members to connect with Bridge42 QLD State Manager, Troy Sorrensen, to discuss collaboration opportunities.
About the IAQ
IAQ’s purpose is to be the industry voice that leads collaboration with government and stakeholders to build a stronger Queensland, by leveraging infrastructure as a catalyst for delivering sustainable economic and social transformation.
The organisation focuses on fostering cooperation between federal, state and local governments and the private sector through the shared understanding and delivery of infrastructure needs for the community.
IAQ works together with its 100+ member base to deliver on the economic enabling infrastructure the State needs to build a thriving future for Queenslanders.