During the last six weeks, an increase in tradespeople have sped up construction on the Bunjil Place site.
Work since early March include:
- The first stage of concrete (the basement slab) has been poured, part of the 10,700 cubic metres of concrete required for the job.
- The first of the approximately 1,000 pre-cast concrete panels, forming the building structure, have been installed.
- You may have seen the first tower crane which arrived on site last month (and lights up at night!) and a second, smaller crane is on its way. Together these cranes will help move material around the site safely and efficiently.
- Many trade packages have been procured including electrical, plumbing, civil works, structural concreting, fire services and more.
Spring school holidays are almost here and we have heaps of great online activities for kids of all ages...and some even the parents will love!
'Emergent 2021: VCE Graduate Showcase' celebrates the creative achievements and outstanding talent of VCE and VET students within the City of Casey.
While we are in lockdown, Bunjil Place Gallery exhibiting artist John Young is definitely staying busy!