North Queensland Airports Group (NQA) is currently exploring a number of Greenfield and Brownfield opportunities.
ABOUT NORTH QUEENSLAND AIRPORTS GROUP
North Queensland Airports (NQA) is a consortium which comprises IIF Cairns Mackay Investment Ltd (an entity advised by JP Morgan Asset Management), The Infrastructure fund (TIF) managed by Hastings, Perron Investments and Auckland International Airport Limited.
NQA currently owns and operates Cairns and Mackay Airports, which together welcome almost six million passengers each year from domestic and international destinations.
Cairns Airport is located 7kms north of Cairns CBD on a 767 hectare site and comprises two terminals T1 (International) and T2 (Domestic) and associated airport infrastructure including runways, taxiways and surrounds, aviation related enterprises, government agencies and land holdings that are ready for expansion to create new business opportunities for local, national and international operators.
Information regarding requirements for working on Airport are available at www.cairnsairport.com.au.
As one of Queenslands busiest regional airports, over 1 million passengers pass through Mackay Airport each year. The airport attracts a diverse range of carriers to service the travel needs of the business, commercial, industrial, leisure and visiting friends and relatives sectors. Mackay is a thriving mining, agricultural, industrial and regional business centre that also supports a growing tourism industry and is a gateway to the Whitsunday coast and islands.
Information regarding requirements for working on Airport are available at www.mackayairport.com.au.
NQA is exploring both Greenfield and Brownfield opportunities in North and Far North Queensland.
The types of supply opportunities that are likely to be available include engineering services, minor and major construction, maintenance and associated services.
NQA is committed to creating sustainable employment and economic development opportunities for local suppliers by maximising their participation opportunities in our procurement activities. In the context of NQAs operations, local means Australia and New Zealand.
NQA aims to provide full, fair and reasonable opportunity for capable and competitive suppliers and service providers to compete for work.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
NQA strongly encourage interested suppliers to register an expression of interest (EOI) for opportunities as they are listed on the ICN Gateway.
Further information on specific supply opportunities will be provided as they become available and local suppliers will be able to register their interest against them.
Please note: An EOI does not guarantee you will receive request for proposal (RFP) documentation. NQA shall only invite suppliers who, through their response to the EOI, can clearly demonstrate capability and capacity against the documented scope. It is essential that your company profile on ICN Gateway is complete, up-to-date and accurate - as any incomplete profiles will not be considered.
NQA strongly encourages suppliers to contact ICN Queensland in the first instance to gain an understanding of the EOI process and development programs, such as the Major Project Supplier Program, to improve their chances of gaining access to major project work.SHOW LESS