Brisbane Markets Limited (BML)’s flagship construction project for the 2022/23 financial year is taking shape following the installation of roof sheeting and ventilation on the $23.2 million warehouse.
“It’s so exciting watching the construction progress each day from our tenancy over the road at Building Z,” said Green Endeavour’s Projects and Innovations Manager, Sarah Strathern.
“Seeing H1 grow from a blank canvas to all the various pieces coming together to form this state-of-the-art facility, has the Green Endeavour team inspired and we all can’t wait to move in!”
The rough-in of the office area services and glazing is complete, with work currently progressing on plastering and lining the offices.
The main warehouse component of the 5,987 m² build is currently having cold room panel installed and has achieved installation of the raised plant decks and the major components of the refrigeration plant.
By mid-November it is expected that the warehouse concrete slab will be complete with the focus then shifting to the external panel and high level services installations during December, including electrical distribution boards, communications cable trays and sprinkler systems.
The completed building will be tenanted by Green Endeavour, the parent entity of existing Brisbane Markets Tenants, Fruitlink and Suncoast Fresh.