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20 February 2020

Brisbane International Cruise Terminal entering final stages of construction


The new Brisbane International Cruise Terminal is quickly taking shape with the steel framing for the dramatic roof wrap over the entry plaza now in place.  While the roof to the terminal building nears completion, the other trades are increasing pace ahead of anticipated completion mid-year.

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Glazing and finishing trades have begun so the final spaces are forming to give the Terminal an impressive volume for cruise passengers and the public to experience.

External works are also well underway while the fourth and fifth span of the 250m long elevated walkway is now in place as it heads out over the Brisbane River to the receiving wharf.

The covered walkway approach to the terminal that leads to the plaza from the car parks and public drop off has also made a start with footings poured last week.