The three storey fit out of an existing office building in the heart of Brisbane's CBD is nearing completion, with finishing touches being made to the refurbishment. Housing 130 staff the project is designed to optimise flexibility and efficiency in the workplace whilst retaining a consistent graphic scheme.
No longer merely the site of excavation and foundations, construction on the Quay Street apartment complex is advancing nicely: visible progress apparent as the storeys continue to rise above the surrounding streetscape. The project aims to provide adaptable units with river views and close proximity to the CBD.
The Gympie Office project is reaching the halfway point in its construction; with foundations and structure set and primed for external and internal finishes. The project outlines the comprehensive design and creation of a new small business tenancy in Gympie complete with interior fit-out detailing.
Work has begun on this multi-story complex situated close to the CBD. The development will house 84 units and provide adaptable living spaces for residents which facilitate views to the Brisbane River.
Having completed our remedial works to the W4 Apartments in Teneriffe, the new roofed terraces are fully operational and in use. These spaces were previously problematic open courtyards which experienced leaks however they can now be enjoyed by residents come rain, hail or shine.
The State Government has released for comment a draft Master Plan for ongoing development of the Cultural Centre at Southbank in Brisbane.
The rectification works on the W4 Apartments is now complete. The residents of the Skylab Apartments can now enjoy their covered roof terraces come rain, hail or shine.
The development of the elevated riverside expressway in the 1970's may have alleviated the traffic congestion problems of the day but its construction has formed a concrete barrier along our city's river edge, making the development of the Northbank river edge a complex urban design issue. The latest proposal for Northbank is the Queen's Wharf development which is focused on enticing tourists to Brisbane through the construction of new landmark buildings along the city side of the riverside expressway. This proposed multi-million dollar development still leaves the question of how do we facilitate a seamless connection between the existing CBD and the Northbank river edge when every access path will be exposed to the heaving underbelly of the elevated expressway?
We have recently submitted the documentation to gain Development Approval for a boutique office suite in central Gympie