The Queensland Government has announced two new appointments to the Building Queensland board, both of whom will serve a three-year term beginning 3 December.
Lesley Morris and Fiona Murdoch will replace the outgoing Graham Hooper and Jacqui Walters and join returning board members Alan Millhouse (chair), Catherin Bull and Kevin Hegarty.
Queensland Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick praised the appointees’ diverse mix of experience and skills they bring to the board.
“The appointees are highly experienced professionals who bring a range of skills in infrastructure to government, including business case analysis, regional infrastructure knowledge, transport planning and logistics and governance,” Mr. Dick said.
“The current board has a strong legacy, including oversight of the establishment of Building Queensland, and a substantial body of work in assessing major infrastructure proposals for transport, hospitals, water and community infrastructure.”
Building Queensland provides independent advice to the Queensland Government on infrastructure priorities for the state, based on business cases, including cost benefit analysis and community benefit.