SHAPE Brisbane has commenced construction of the new Swanbank Industrial Park Service Station after the first sod was turned on the site.
The sod-turning ceremony, hosted by SHAPE Brisbane, was attended by Tyler & Dustyn North from the client Wood Mulching Industries, alongside David Wood, General Manager & Mathew Kemp, Commercial Manager, Jackson Kennedy, Morgan Wallace, Kez Bossley & Kate Duggan from SHAPE. Also in attendance was Steven Meechan from Avanti Project & Development Management.
SHAPE is expected to complete the project in 20 weeks and incorporate over 1000m3 of concrete. The new development will feature a JiO Energy station and hold two 90KL tanks and will be a part of the Swanbank Eco Park redevelopment. The Swanbank Eco Park is masterplanned to include an array of business, industry, and commercial uses within the southern area of the Swanbank Enterprise Area to meet the needs of significant population and employment growth within the area.
SHAPE is excited to lead the construction on Swanbank Industrial Park Service Station. The project will be overseen by Mathew Kemp, Commercial Manager, and Scott Baldwin, Project Director, who collectively have over 30 years of New Build experience and bring a wealth of construction knowledge to solidify the successful delivery of the new service station.
David Wood, General Manager – QLD at SHAPE, commented: “We are thrilled to partner with Wood Mulching Industries on the Swanbank Industrial Park Service Station. This opportunity aligns perfectly with SHAPE after identifying new build as a sector in which we are placing a strong focus for our delivery portfolio.
“We are confident that the team, led by Mathew and Scott, have the ability, enthusiasm, innovation, and experience required to successfully deliver this project above and beyond the expectations of all stakeholders.”