Redcliffe Seaside Rejuvenation

About the project

In early 2010 the Moreton Bay Regional Council announced plans to undertake a $20 million rejuvenation of the iconic Redcliffe Seaside Village. The aim was to create a public space that provides modern facilities and services; catering to the needs of the expanding population, while at the same time retaining the history of the area.

Key Capabilities

Public Space Infrastructure; Bikeway Infrastructure; Sewer & Water Reticulation; Stakeholder Management including community liaison; Major drainage infrastrcure

Project Location

Redcliffe, Queensland

Client Name

Moreton Bay Regional Council

Project Duration

August 2010 – November 2011

Project Value

$8.5 Million

Project scope

  • Full pavement reconstruction
  • Kerb and intersection realignment
  • Carpark reconfiguration
  • Drainage upgrade
  • New water reticulation
  • Electrical and lighting upgrade
  • Footpaths and new surfacing
  • Significant landscaping

Innovations & Highlights

This project required a high degree of planing and detailing staging of works, to ensure minimal disruption to the local community.

Building works included new visitor information centre, amenities, building, bus drivers facility, building and construction of timber deck along esplanade.