FRANCES BAY DRIVE RECLAMATION & INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT

64 - 66 Frances Bay Dr (Lots 6503 & 6504), STUART PARK, Northern Territory, Australia. 0820

Estimated Value $4.5 million

Development Reclamation work/workshops (3)/showrooms (5)

Main Category Civil engineering

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About This Project


Reconfiguration of 2 lots into 1 for the construction of coastal landfill reclamation & construction of single storey maritime & waterfront industrial tenancies. Reclamation of land (7106sq m) comprising the filling of land, the construction of sea walls with armour rock embankment & provision of mooring piles, floating pontoons & access gangways. To include 3 workshops (432sq m) & 5 showroom tenancies (1045sq m). Cement slab, metal cladding walls & metal roof. Car parking for 100 vehicles. Associated landscaping.

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Type RECLAMATION WORK/WORKSHOPS (3)/SHOWROOMS (5)
Dev Type New
Status Commenced
Stage MORE THAN HALF WAY THROUGH BUT NOT YET COMPLETED
Ownership 1
No. Units 0.000
No. Floors 0.000
Commencement Date 20/02/17
Completion Date 28/02/18
First Reported Date 28/08/13

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Adam Walker
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Brad Cunningham

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