LGIS is Australia's only infrastructure services company totally focused on local government. As we are fully owned by the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ), ‘partnership' is not just a word to us – it's the only way we work with councils. We provide unmatched levels of transparency and trust.

If your local government has infrastructure, LGIS can provide a solution anywhere in the assets lifecycle. We cover all key asset classes including roads and airports, water and sewer, waste, energy and property.

Our Award Winning Service

LGIS is a recognised leader in the local government sector, with numerous awards including:

  • INNOVATION State IPWEA Award – Asset Management Solution

  • INNOVATION State, National and Asia Pacific iAwards

  • CORE SERVICE Premier's Award – Waste Management

  • CORE SERVICE State and National Australian Institute of Marketing Awards

Our Areas Of Expertise

LGIS specialises in partnering with councils to provide innovative products and complementary advisory services. We can assist with a wide range of infrastructure activities and have a number of Areas of Expertise including:

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Remotely Piloted Aircraft - the essential tool to enhance Local Government Capabilities

Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA), commonly known as Drones or UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), could soon be the essential tool within each Local Government’s toolkit with the assistance of a local government-wide service. The opportunities are clear and this innovative technology has the potential to significantly enhance council service capabilities across a number of operational areas in the long-term and immediate future.

Smart Cities - It's all about collaboration

With the many components of smart infrastructure, a greater reliance on collaboration is required. This includes between local government business and its contractors and partners, and in some cases the community, all working together.

Renewable Energy Quest Fuels Award Winning Research

LGIS engineer Dr Nayim Kabir has claimed a prestigious academic award for his widely commended research in the field of renewable energy.

Iconic Winton Looks Toward Geothermal Energy to Power Town

Winton Shire Council today announced an ambitious project which aims to bring Geothermal energy to the iconic Western Queensland town. Winton Council has appointed LGIS to design a geothermal energy plant which will deliver enormous benefits to the local community including savings of up to $15 million in energy consumption.