Temporary lane closure on Margaret Street, between William and George StreetsFrom Monday 5 March to Friday 9 March 2018 the far-left lane of Margaret Street will be closed from 9.30am to 6.30pm each day while piling work is undertaken on…
Two lane closure on Margaret Street, between William and George StreetsTo enable future piling work, the existing hoarding on Margaret Street will be temporarily removed. The removal work will occur on Saturday 3 March 2018 requiring two lanes to be…
Update: Gantry removal on Alice Street rescheduledNight works: Gantry removal works will now take place overnight on Wednesday 31 January, between 8pm and 5am. When: The work was originally scheduled for Monday 29 January, however will…
Single lane closure in William StreetNight works: A single traffic lane closure is required from 7pm to 5am each night beginning Monday 29 January 2018 and continuing for up to three nights while site perimeter…
Single traffic lane closure in William StreetA single traffic lane closure is required on Saturday 20 January 2018 between 7am and 3pm to allow for scaffold removal to 80B George Street. When: Work will occur on…
Night time single lane closure on George StreetNight works: Line marking reinstatement works on George Street, between Alice and Charlotte streets, will take place over two nights from Wednesday 24 January. When: For two nights starting Wednesday…
North Quay and Ann Street (southbound) single lane closures for night worksFor two nights beginning Friday 19 January North Quay and Ann Street (southbound) will be closed from 7pm until 5am the next day, while sewer maintenance works take place. When:…
Margaret Street off-ramp (southbound) closed for night worksWhen: Works will occur overnight on both Wednesday 15 November and Thursday 16 November between 8pm and 4am each night. The roads will be open again by 4am 17 November…
Night-time truck movements to begin 26 OctoberNight haulage: An application has been approved for heavy vehicles to enter and exit the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane site at night, from Sunday to Thursday between 6:30pm and 11:30pm, beginning Thursday 26…
Night work to line-mark the intersection of William & Margaret StreetsNight works to remark the William and Margaret streets intersection will occur at night on Thursday 12 October When: On Thursday 12 October from 7pm to 3am, for one…
Building a transformational development for Queensland
Project Timeline 2016
In 2016, Destination Brisbane Consortium finalised the detailed design of Queen’s Wharf Brisbane to enable the start of early works.
Comprehensive engagement with the Brisbane community also occurred throughout the year to ensure high levels of awareness regarding the start of early works, including the temporary closure of a section of William Street and the permanent full closure of Queens Wharf Road. In December 2016, the consortium appointed Probuild as the demolition and enabling works contractor.
Project Timeline 2017
In 2017, Destination Brisbane Consortium commenced demolition and enabling works on Queen’s Wharf Brisbane.
The demolition and enabling works involves hoarding the site for safety, securing and protecting the heritage buildings within the site, demolishing three non-heritage former government buildings and performing services work.
Project Timeline 2018
In 2018, Destination Brisbane Consortium will begin excavation work to remove around 600,000m3 of spoil.
This work will create the foundations for the car parks and basements of the core development, including hotels and public realm areas. Waterline Park and the Mangrove Walk are both expected to open to the public during the year.
Project Timeline 2019/20
In 2019/20, Destination Brisbane Consortium will begin installing above-ground infrastructure once the foundations are covered over.
Brisbane locals and visitors will begin to see the core development start to take shape as it rises above the ground.
Project Timeline 2021
In 2021, Destination Brisbane Consortium will turn its focus on the internal fit-out of the buildings in the development.
This work will include fitting out public realm areas, hotels, retail spaces and food and beverage outlets.
Project Timeline 2022
In 2022, Destination Brisbane Consortium expects to open the core integrated resort development.
The final detailed design features will be installed to bring Queen’s Wharf Brisbane to life.
Project Timeline 2024
In 2024, Destination Brisbane Consortium expects to complete the transformation of the heritage Treasury and Land Administration buildings (currently housing Treasury Brisbane).
These iconic buildings will reopen as an exciting high-end retail centre and The Ritz Carlton Hotel respectively.
People, environment and heritage
Destination Brisbane Consortium‘s $3 billion construction of Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will be one of the largest projects Queensland has ever seen, spectacularly transforming Brisbane CBD’s landscape forever.
Today, Queen’s Wharf Brisbane contains a number of underutilised heritage buildings, obsolete government buildings and neglected riverfront land under the Riverside Expressway in the CBD.
Extending from the current Treasury Casino building at the top of the Queen Street Mall to Alice Street, and from the Brisbane River’s edge to George Street, the precinct covers more than 26 hectares across land and water.
Our consortium’s development is unique in nature given its significant size and scale; the precinct’s European heritage buildings in the area to be beautifully restored and repurposed; its CBD location; and close proximity to the Brisbane River.
We will work closely with our employees, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, the community, local authorities and governments to implement best practice development procedures and measures during construction and once operational.
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