Redcliffe Community Zone
The construction of the 500-bay car park at Redcliffe Station has been completed for now, with final touches such as line markings and landscaping to be done closer to the station’s opening. Work to date has included fence installation, preparing the foundation, and installing a motorcycle shelter and light poles. Access points at Central Avenue and Second Street, including a brand new roundabout, have also been installed.
Redcliffe Station has undergone quite a transformation in recent months. Steel structures have been installed for above-ground rooms, which will accommodate staff areas and operational equipment, as well as a kiosk and public toilets.
The station roof structure is nearly complete, apart from the western-most module, which has been left open intentionally to enable equipment to be lowered into the station box via crane.
Less obvious – yet equally important – are ongoing fit-out works within the two underground levels of the station. At the mezzanine level epoxy painting of the floor is nearing completion, and cable trays and refrigeration pipes are being installed in most rooms.
At platform level frames are being screwed into the ceiling in preparation for ceiling panel fitting.