CIMIC Group’s Broad to deliver Brisbane’s Inner City South State Secondary College

By   /  October 17, 2019  /  Comments Off on CIMIC Group’s Broad to deliver Brisbane’s Inner City South State Secondary College

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Source: Hochtief

CIMIC Group company, and wholly owned subsidiary of CPB Contractors, Broad Construction (Broad),has been selected by the Queensland Government to deliver stages 1 and 2 ofthe new Inner City South State Secondary College in Dutton Park, Brisbane.
The project will generate revenue of approximately $110 million to the CIMIC Group

CIMIC Group Chief Executive Officer Michael Wright said: “We are proud to bring CIMIC Group’s leadingbuilding capability to deliver this important education facility, which will serve student and communityneeds now and for future generations.”
“Backed by CPB Contractors, Broad is our specialist building company, and continues to deliver a rangeof quality social infrastructure and commercial building projects across Queensland and Western Australia.”
CPB Contractors Managing Director Juan Santamaria said: “Our building expertise draws from anextensive track record of projects. The capability and experience of Broad’s team provides certainty ofsafe, efficient delivery and value for our clients.
“We look forward to working closely with the Queensland Department of Education to deliver a world classteaching and learning environment for the students, staff and wider school community.”
The new educational facilities include learning hubs, creative hub, multipurpose hall, administrationand staff centre, canteen and health and wellbeing hub, learning plaza, outdoor areas, outdoor court, car-park,pick up and drop off zone and end of trip facilities.
Work on the Inner City South State Secondary College is scheduled to commence in 2019and be completed in 2021.
The new school adds to Broad’s portfolio of social infrastructure projects.In Queensland, these range from education projects, including Yarrabilba State High School,to the re-development of the Kingaroy Hospital.

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