Cross River Rail is being delivered in partnership with the private sector through three major infrastructure packages of work: the Tunnel, Stations and Development (TSD) public-private partnership; the Rail, Integration and Systems (RIS) alliance; and the European Train Control System (ETCS) contract.Read more
Major contractors begin recruitment process
19 Aug 2019
With the contract finalised for construction of Cross River Rail’s twin tunnels and four new underground stations, the major contractors are moving to mobilise their workforces.
Over the five-year construction phase of the project, Cross River Rail will generate thousands of jobs for Queenslanders. On behalf of the CPB, BAM, Ghella, UGL (CBGU) Design and Construction Joint Venture that will deliver Cross River Rail’s tunnels and stations, lead construction company CPB have now begun calling for expressions of interest in opportunities to work on the project.
Cross River Rail is expected to support an average of 1500 jobs per year over the next five years of construction. The Project will also launch the careers of aspiring builders, electricians, welders and technical specialists, with the equivalent of at least 450 apprentice and trainee opportunities generated over the course of construction.
The CPB expressions of interest page can be found here.
Applications will be sought from suitably qualified candidates who have proven experience in the successful delivery of major urban infrastructure projects, including roads, bridges and tunnel construction. CPB Contractors is an equal opportunity employer, committed to workplace diversity and to providing flexible work opportunities at its offices and projects. CPB also support women in construction and Indigenous advancement and participation, and encourage people of all cultural backgrounds to apply.
Anyone wanting to learn more about upcoming jobs across the whole of Cross River Rail can do so on the Jobs & Contracts page.