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300 George Street
Brisbane, Australia
Blogumentary
This is a blogumentatry project that is following the construction and development of the building complex planned for 300 George Street, Brisbane, with the aim of capturing the history from demolition of the old court building to the final completion of the three new towers.
300 George Street Brisbane is the site for Brisbane Quarter and W Hotel, Brisbane.
This blog is in no way affiliated with the developer, leasing agents or any businesses planned to operate at 300 George Street Brisbane.

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Recent Posts

Updates between 6th of November and 10th of November

Updates between 23rd of October and 3rd of November

A new crane installed at the commercial building site

Updates between 16th of October and 20th of October

Updates between 9th of October and 13th of October

October fog blankets the site

Updates between 2nd of October and 6th of October

Riverfire 2017 photos - jets, helicopters and fireworks

Painting around the lower levels and hotel sides plus number 33 on the hotel core

Updates between 11th of September and 15th of September

News and gossip from the site

Updates between 4th of September and 8th of September

Updates between 28th of August and 1st of September

The W Hotel tower reaches the big 30 levels

Time lapse videos for all of May

George Street closed off on the weekend with a mobile crane

Updates between 21st of August and 25th of August

Updates between 14th of August and 18th of August

Updates between 7th of August and 11th of August

Updates between 31st of July and 4th of August


Official Pages

300 George Brisbane
Brisbane Quarter
Brookfield Multiplex
Brisbane Development
Wikipedia

It was a break in not an accident

I wrote earlier on the week about the accident on site with a dump truck being stuck in a hole. Turns out this was no accident at all but a break in.

From what I led to believe, a number of culprits entered the site and smashed all the vending machines. They also did $100k worth of damage to the machinery. One of the excavators was damaged while the culprits were joy riding it, and as previously reported the dump truck ended up in the hole which happened to be full of water.

I've reached out to Brookfield Multiplex for an official statement and they haven't responded.

Here's a video from a long time contributor Bernard that shows the incident happening on Sunday.





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Fri Jun 10 14:24:13 2016
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