WestWet Plumbing Owner and Director Greg Gibson said being selected to undertake works on this milestone project has been great.
"We currently have four staff as well as myself working on the Roma Saleyards project with works expected to be complete later this year," Mr Gibson said.
"Roma Home Improvement are supplying the majority of the plumbing supplies for us and are doing a superb job working within our schedule to ensure we always have the materials we need on site at the appropriate time."
Councillor David Schefe, Portfolio Chair for Local Business said it is good to see a local business involved in this regional legacy project.
"Council has been committed to supporting small local businesses where we can. We are very pleased to have Greg Gibson and his team at WestWet Plumbing on board for this major project at the Roma Saleyards," Cr Schefe said.
Councillor Cameron O'Neil, Portfolio Chair for Economic Development said he was pleased to visit the Saleyards and see the progress being made on the project.
"Meeting with small business owners in the Maranoa is a fantastic opportunity to see how much these businesses contribute to the community. It is important to take every chance to help grow and continue to develop our local businesses and the broader economy," Cr O'Neil said.
Councillor Peter Flynn, Portfolio Chair for Saleyards said this Saleyards project is impressive and to witness in person some of the work being undertaken, especially by a local business was great to be part of.
"Another local business, Allwood Building Services has also been appointed to the Saleyards project for the concrete placing and finishing of the facility," Cr Flynn said.