Eoin Grennan, Project Delivery Manager, SunWater (Rookwood Weir)

As part of the 2019 Capricorn Enterprise Major Projects Forum, we were privileged to welcome Eoin Grennan, Project Delivery Manager from SunWater, to speak on the Rookwood Weir project.

Eoin has extensive experience in delivering major projects in excess of $350 million. He has over 17 years’ experience working in the water industry and recently joined Sunwater to deliver the Rookwood Weir Project, which is 66 kilometres west of Rockhampton. Eoin has held roles with John Holland and Monadelphous and worked on projects across Australia.

Eoin gave an overview of SunWater and the progress of the Rookwood Weir Project which is intended to increase the storage capacity of assets on the Fitzroy River.

Following the expression of interest process, tender evaluation selection criteria is:

  • 60% for price, proposed team, program, methodology, etc.
  • 20% for QPP (Queensland procurement policy)
  • 20% for local benefits.

In addition, a local benefits test and local benefits selection criteria score will also consider other factors including:

  • Benefits of hiring local workforce
  • Using local business in their supply chain
  • Stimulating local employment
  • Engaging local business contractors
  • Opportunities for apprentices and trainees.

A key point for industry to be aware of is that 15% of total construction hours are to be undertaken by apprentices and/or trainees or workforce training.

Eoin provided significant information on project scope, procurement details, construction plan and subcontractor packages.

Sunwater has partnered with the Industry Capability Network (ICN) to connect contractors, subcontractors and suppliers with with Rookwood Weir Project opportunities. 

Local industry operators interested in the Project are encouraged to register their interest at the ICN supplier portal:  rookwoodweir.icn.org.au

Click here to view Major Project Forum Presentations.

Blog Navigation