Brisbane City Council operates with the aid of many businesses who provide services including road construction, Council vehicle fleet maintenance, civil infrastructure, city parking, cemeteries, waste services and more.
City Projects Office is a business unit of Brisbane City Council, offering innovative design and project management solutions in civil infrastructure, community facilities and environmental assets. Read about City Projects Office projects, what services the Group can offer and search for career opportunities.
Field Services delivers total civil construction and maintenance services to South East Queensland, including Council’s waste management service contracts.
Council owns and operates Bracalba Quarry (Moreton Bay Region) approximately 70 kilometres north of Brisbane. The quarry contains three different product groups – decomposed granite, granite hard rock and greenstone hard rock – and manufactures products for all engineering applications. Bracalba Quarry is open six days a week from 6am-4pm on weekdays and 6-10am on Saturdays, excluding public holidays. Bracalba Quarry delivers to sites in Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast and Somerset Region.
Council has 12 cemeteries and three crematoriums, managed by City Cemeteries. You can find information about the services provided including venues for burials options and grave pre-purchasing, memorials for ashes and memorial chapels.
Scientific Analytical Services
Scientific Analytical Services (SAS) Laboratory is a National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) accredited facility for chemical and biological analyses and sampling of water, sewerage, wastewater, soil and air.
SAS Laboratory was acquired by Queensland Urban Utilities in August 2012.
For enquiries relating to quotes, orders, test results and payments, visit the SAS website.
City Parking manages, plans and maintains Council's on and off-street parking systems across the city. Find information about parking meters, zones and permits as well as traffic control areas and paying parking fines.