SLC – Springfield Central Residential Development – Queensland - Project Profile
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Springfield Land Corporation (SLC) is undertaking the construction of a residential complex in Springfield, Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a residential complex comprising 600 units. It will be developed in eight stages.
The first stage which is named as Park Avenue Apartments includes the construction of a six-story complex with 66 one and two bedroom apartments.
The project includes the construction of retail units, parking and related facilities and the installation of elevators, safety and security systems.
Kane Constructions (Kane) has been appointed as the construction contractor (Stage I); Knisco Development Solutions Pty Ltd as Lead Consultant; Hage Hydraulic Design Consultants as Civil Engineer; ML Surveys PTY Ltd as Surveyor and PDS Group as project manager and superintendent for the first stage.
In September 2014, SLC appointed Plus Architecture as an architect.
In July 2015, Plus Architecture unveiled the design plans.
In August 2015, construction activities commenced on stage I and concluded In March 2017.
Planning activities are underway on the remaining stages of the project.
The Park Avenue Apartments project involves the construction of a residential complex comprising 600 units in Springfield, Queensland, Australia.
The US$1000 million project includes the following: