ENHANCING THE COMMUNITY THROUGH CONSTRUCTION

Written on the 8 July 2016 by Brisbane Business News

ENHANCING THE COMMUNITY THROUGH CONSTRUCTION

FROM refurbishments to large-scale commercial developments, no job is too big or too small for Astute Projects.

The building, construction and project management company has become a leader in delivering custom projects across Australia, notably including Bee Gees Way and the Old Redcliffe Fire Station.

Astute Projects worked closely with Moreton Bay Regional Council to produce a memorial in honour of where it all began for the famous pop group.

Bee Gees Way features a cantilevered structural steel display spanning 50 metres along the walkway, as well as glass panelling, high-end LED lighting and speakers for a musical light show in the evenings.

Meanwhile, Redcliffe's historic fire station underwent a $2 million transformation into a vibrant community space with Astute Projects at the helm.

The Old Redcliffe Fire Station Community Arts and Volunteer Hub comprises a gallery and creative workshop, which required extending the structure, new timber stairs and new parking bays all while preserving heritage protected areas.

The successful execution of each project demonstrates Astute Projects' commitment to quality and enhancing the community.


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