Follow us on Twitter Follow us on LinkedIn Follow us on Instagram
Daily construction news
Weekly plant news

Construction News

Mon May 21 2018

Related Information
Related Information
Related Information

News » International » Multiplex wins Brisbane tower » published 27 Jun 2017

Multiplex wins Brisbane tower

Multiplex has been appointed to build a 42-storey commercial tower in the Australian city of Brisbane.

The AU$180m tower is the second of three towers at developer Shayher Group’s Brisbane Quarter project.

The mixed-use development along the Brisbane River will include a hotel called W Brisbane, an 82-level residential tower with a riverside retail and dining precinct and the 42-level commercial tower awarded to Multiplex for construction. Multiplex is already building the hotel.

Construction of the AU$180m (£107m) commercial tower at 300 George Street will begin next month with the building expected to be complete by mid-2019.

The building will provide 48,342m2 of space and will will be targeting a 5-star Green Star rating.

Shayher Group director John Lin said: “Multiplex’s extensive experience across large-scale and complex projects has impressed us and they understand the importance of delivering high-quality outcomes, which is a perfect fit for the world-class 300 George Street project.

Multiplex’s regional managing director for Queensland Graham Cottam added: “Brisbane Quarter is an outstanding integrated development already having a significant impact on the Brisbane skyline and we are delighted to be a part of it, both with the W hotel component we are currently constructing and now with the commercial tower.



Further Images

Download our free construction news iPhone / iPad app. Sign up to our FREE email newsletters or subscribe to our RSS feed for regular updates on the latest Construction News, Plant News & Contract News. The Construction Index also provides the latest Construction Tenders, Construction Market Data & Construction Law Commentary all FREE.

This article was published on 27 Jun 2017 (last updated on 27 Jun 2017).

More News Channels