Probuild to Design and Construct Brisbane’s $370M 443 Queen Street

Probuild to Design and Construct Brisbane’s $370M 443 Queen Street
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Date: 28 August 2017

Cbus Property has appointed national Tier-1 contractor Probuild to carry out the design and construct contract at 443 Queen Street in Brisbane.

The $370 million development is a linked twin tower, presenting an open fan-like structure sitting atop an elevated car park. The development has a permeable, layered, subtropical appearance that includes extensive landscaping on the façade of the building.

The 47-storey apartment tower, and the majority of the car parking levels, are elevated above a generous and open public domain.

“This is an incredibly unique project for the City of Brisbane and Probuild is motivated and ready to bring it to life,” said Probuild’s Queensland Managing Director, Jeff Wellburn.

“We are a leader in high-rise residential projects nationally, having both Sydney and Melbourne’s tallest residential towers on the Probuild workbook. We will be leveraging this experience to deliver at 443 Queen Street.

“Cbus Property is a repeat client for Probuild and this appointment is a testament to our teams that are delivering iconic projects together, such as the new Victoria Police Headquarters in Melbourne.”

Probuild will deliver the project under a design and construct contract.

Construction is anticipated to commence in September 2017 with completion in 2020.

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