As work begins on The Queen’s Wharf development in Brisbane, more than 2000 workers are needed to fill positions on the $3.6 billion project just 40 minutes from the Sunshine Coast.
The first day of construction on the project is also the day the search begins for 2000 workers who will mostly be focused on building the diaphragm wall which will separate the Queen’s Wharf basement and the Brisbane River. The 172 metre concrete wall will serve as a watertight underground barrier.
Workers will be involved in excavation of over 450,000 cubic metres of material over the next 15 months.
Tradespeople and companies interested can register online at www.queenswharfbrisbane.com.au.
The painting, steel work, glazing, metalwork, carpentry, roofing and hardware supply fields are in particular demand.