$5 million steel stimulus packages now open for registration

The NT Government has announced that an Expression of Interest (EOI) process is now open for steel fabricators to register their interest in the Northern Territory Government’s $5 million local steel industry stimulus package.

The steel package – which is one component of the NT Government’s $22 million Immediate Works Stimulus package – is aimed at providing work for the Territory’s construction and steel industries, and improving community and government infrastructure.

Work will include:

  • Steel-focused bus shelters;
  • Thirty crocodile traps;
  • Shade structures for Sport and Recreation for Darwin, Palmerston, Alice Springs, Katherine and Tennant Creek; shelters for Parks and Wildlife; and shelters for the Larapinta Trail; and
  • For Parks and Wildlife, picnic tables; barbecues; bike racks; equipment shelters; mountain bike track bollards; and fabricated fencing.

Expressions of interest for the work are now open through the Industry Capability Network NT, which helps identify, develop and match work opportunities for Territory businesses.

Companies must be registered with ICN to be considered for contracts, but the process is quick and free. To register go to www.icn.org.au The online portal for expressions of interest is at www.gateway.icn.org.au  and is open from December 16 to January 16.

The Expression of Interest (EOI) process is now open for steel fabricators to register their interest.