Construction

Construction of the $3.6B Queen’s Wharf Brisbane development is underway.

To-date the non-heritage buildings that once occupied the space have been demolished, a shoring system has been installed around the future integrated resort development basement, and all excavation materials have been removed as we now turn our attention to the foundations and beginning of construction for the mega structure basement.

Construction of the main integrated resort development including four towers and public space is being done by Principal Contractor Multiplex. For more information about construction, employment and supply opportunities please contact Multiplex direct on 1800 931 760 or email queenswharfbrisbane@multiplex.global.

In addition to the integrated resort development construction activities, maritime work has now commenced in the Brisbane River for construction of the piled suspended concrete slab that will eventually provide 6,500m2 of new public space.  These works are being undertaken by Probuild and for construction, employment or supply opportunities please contact Probuild direct on 1800 676 329 or email: queenswharf@probuild.com.au.

Tendering for the pedestrian bridge that will connect the integrated resort development with South Bank is currently underway and a contractor is expected to be appointed by the end of 2019.

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Destination Brisbane Consortium is excited to be building this transformational city changing project for Brisbane and we thank the community for their patience while this work is undertaken.

For general enquiries please contact the consortium direct on 1800 104 535 or email qwbenquiries@destinationbrisbane.com.au.

Construction updates

  1. In Progress

    Extended: Night works for material haulage continuing until 11 October 2019

    Multiplex is continuing with material haulage on Queen’s Wharf with night works required Sunday to Friday nights (excluding Saturday nights) until Friday 11 October 2019. When: Night works and material…
  2. In Progress

    Temporary traffic changes to part of George Street (between Mary and Margaret Streets)

    From Monday 26 August 2019 materials will be lifted from trucks on George Street into the Queen’s Wharf construction site. For safety reasons, temporary traffic holds will be required on…
  3. In Progress

    Weekend work required to assemble a further seven tower cranes on-site

    On weekends between 24 August and 13 October 2019, a further seven tower cranes will be installed progressively on-site, some temporary traffic changes may be required during this activity. When:…
  4. In Progress

    Alice Street Metered Parking Temporary Removal

    From Saturday the 13th of April 2019 through to the end of September 2019, the six metered car park spaces on Alice Street, between George & William Streets will be…
  5. In Progress

    24-hour tunneling works to commence 19 February 2019

    Essential services work to install a sewer main from Queens Wharf Rd to North Quay will begin 24-hour work seven days a week. When: From Tuesday 19 February 2019 until…
  6. In Progress

    Temporary traffic changes on North Quay affecting motorcycle parking

    From 20 January until 30 September 2019 a sewer line will be installed and connected at North Quay. One traffic lane (and partial merge lane) and the footpath will be…
  7. Completed

    Weekend crane installation requires temporary lane closures on Margaret Street under traffic control

    On Saturday 14 September and Sunday 15 September 2019, a crane will be installed on the Queen’s Wharf site from Margaret Street. For safety reasons, this activity will be undertaken…
  8. Brisbane CBD Traffic changes – Effective 1st January 2017

    Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will transform the Brisbane CBD through its Queensland inspired design that will include a mix of open public space and river front access; 50 new bars and restaurants; a publicly accessible…