300 George Street Blogumentary
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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.
This blog is in no way affiliated with the developer of the building site.

If you have photos or news to submit, please email them to
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You can also contact me via the FaceBook page:
300 George Street Brisbane
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Recent Posts

Updates between 7th of August and 11th of August

Updates between 31st of July and 4th of August

Time lapse videos for all of April

W Hotel curved window installation

Updates between 24th of July and 28th of July

Updates between 17th of July and 21st of July

North Quay crane extended, new number 25 painted on the elevator shaft

Updates between 10th of July and 14th of July

Night time construction zoom in fun

Close up photos of work on the W Hotel tower

Photos from around the site perimeter

Updates between 3rd of July and 7th of July

Scaffolding removed around the commercial tower

Updates from different angles, plus a video of the work on top of the W hotel tower

Updates between 26th of June and 30th of June

Updates between 19th of June and 23rd of June

Multiplex Appointed To Build Brisbane Quarter Commercial Tower

Updates between 12th of June and 16th of June

Updates between 5th of June and 10th of June

Cranes shooting rainbows over Brisbane


Official Pages

300 George Brisbane
Brisbane Quarter
Brookfield Multiplex
Brisbane Development
Wikipedia

16-Jun-2016
Close up view of that truck in the hole
This is a bit of a follow up to the previous post I wrote about the break in on site. Here's a photo submitted anonymously that shows the truck in the hole after the entire joy ride incident was already over.
10-Jun-2016
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.
15-Jul-2014
Upgraded security now with a DOG K-9 Unit
The security provider has changed from Sargent to Challenger Knight and they've added a dog K-9 unit too. Every time I've walked past the site, there has been a security guard and a dog on alert. I'm sure they don't want all that asbestos being stolen!