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5 August 2019
Queen’s Wharf Brisbane is ready to enter a new stage in theÂ $3.6 billion Integrated Resort DevelopmentÂ as work transitions from excavation to construction.Â
Following two and a half years of demolition and excavation work, Multiplex has begun works on the construction of Waterline Park and the Goodwill Extension area upgrade. The extension will see the transformation of a 500 metre stretch of the Bicentennial Bikeway from the Goodwill Bridge to the area behind 1 William Street. It will also comprise of a 450 metre walkway above the Brisbane River.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said over the past two-and-a-half years this big project has seen demolition and a giant excavation, and is now beginning to go upwards.
â€œHaving the first of the big cranes installed on-site is another exciting milestone,â€ the Premier said.
â€œAt peak construction there will be as many as 2000 workers on site and once completed Queenâ€™s Wharf will create up to 10,000 more jobs.
Queenâ€™s Wharf Project