Queens Wharf main tender set for mid-2018

Construction firms will soon tender for the excavation works at The Star’s Queen’s Wharf project in Brisbane’s riverfront, The Australian reports.

The excavation will include digging six stories for basement works and a 5000-bay carpark, with work conducted to be valued at about A$40 million.

The Star Queensland managing director Geoff Hogg said the excavation contract would be announced before Christmas, to start in February.

As for the main tender for the construction of the integrated resort, Mr. Hogg said it would start in the middle of next year.

Once completed, the project will include a casino, five hotels, shopping centers, 50 restaurants and around 2000 apartments.

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