WATERFRONT NEWSTEAD COMMUNITY INFORMATION

CONSTRUCTION UPDATES

Here you will find the most up to date information on construction activity on Mirvac construction sites Quay Waterfront Newstead and LIV Anura. If you would like to receive the construction updates via email please register via the form below.

QUAY WATERFRONT NEWSTEAD CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DECEMBER 2022

Throughout November tower structure works have progressed well, with works now complete up to Level 3. The passenger Hoist is now installed and you will soon see this in use as tower works progress. The tower crane has successfully made its first self-climb. The crane is due to complete its final stage climb during the middle of 2023 to an overall height greater than 100 metres.

Now that the jump form has reached level 4, our Quay branding and signage is now visible from the street, demonstrating construction is well underway. A major feature of our ground floor plane are our concrete piloti columns, which have now been poured and are ready for finishing. These double height ‘v-columns’ stand prominently on ground floor and wrap around the building’s façade, holding up an awning of beautiful landscaping.

Last updated: 10.12.2022

LIV ANURA CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

NOVEMBER 2022

 

LIV Anura, which is being delivered in partnership with the Queensland Government as part of its Build to Rent Pilot, commenced construction in August 2021.

 

Above ground works have commenced with both tower lift cores installed up to Level 4 and Level 2 tower floor plate pours to be completed int he coming week.

 

Footpath gantries have been installed to Festival Place. These gantries provide safe pedestrian access to Festival Place and any further closures will be provided closer to these activities taking place.

 

Last updated: 25.11.2022

 

 
 

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Mirvac acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the country on which we stand, the Turrbal Tribe of the Yuggera Ugarapul nation and we recognise their enduring connection to the land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present. 

Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.