The Pensar North Queensland office have been selected by the Department of Transport & Main Roads to complete the upgrade of the Rocky Point Boat Ramp. This is an accelerated program to improve accessibility of the ramp for larger vessels in windy conditions. Thanks again to DTMR for providing Pensar NQ yet another opportunity to showcase their capabilities and expertise.
Sydney Harbour Bridge -1932, Sydney Opera House- 1973, Sydney Tower- 1981, Crown Sydney- 2018.. All the Gong people I spoke to over the weekend miss it, but none wanted it to stay, including the cousin with a property in the exclusion zone. Even if they didn't like it, it symbolised something to them even if they needed it as a navigational marker to help them get home after a long night at the pub. Wollongong Hospital's redevelopment is well under way, with construction of the Illawarra Elective Surgical Services Centre passing the halfway point this week.
Four of the six levels of the expansion have been built and a $14 million extension of the Illawarra Cancer Care centre has also been completed.
Work on the expansion of the hospital began in 2012, and should be completed by late next year. Change manager for the hospital redevelopment Albert Vasquez said he was pleased with the progress so far. The $106 million Elective Surgical Services Centre includes an expansion of the emergency department and a new Ambulatory Care Centre, as well as seven operating theatres, 60 new surgical beds, 14 recovery beds, 12 extended day-only beds and six more intensive care unit beds.
A new car park is also being built, which will take the total number of parking spaces at the hospital to about 1400. Drop-off and pick-up zones remain in place at the Loftus Street and Crown Street entrances and the emergency department off Darling Street. An independent planning assessor has been appointed to oversee the proposed Bass and Flinders Gateway complex on the former Quattro site in Wollongong's CBD. In November last year, Wollongong City Council chose to defer to the Joint Regional Planning Panel (JRPP) amid fears the development of the site, which is mostly owned by council, could be seen as a conflict of interest.
On Wednesday, the NSW Planning and Infrastructure Department confirmed the Southern JRPP had been appointed as the assessing authority of the 14,681 square metre site bound by Flinders, Keira and Campbell streets. Previous development approval granted for the site was overturned in court following the 2008 Independent Commission Against Corruption investigation into allegations affecting Wollongong City Council.
One Wollongong councillor, George Takacs, also sits on the JRPP, however Cr Bradbery said he did not see that as a conflict of interest.
It might be filled with dump trucks and dirt now, but within three years the long-awaited Shell Cove boat harbour development The Waterfront is expected to start taking shape.
Yesterday, the $150-million project, which has been 28 years in the making, edged a little closer with the announcement the tender for stage two had been awarded to Illawarra-based contractor Coastwide Civil.
Coastwide Civil was given the $65-million contract after completing stage one of the three-part development ahead of schedule.
Shellharbour Mayor Marianne Saliba said the construction of the boat harbour and marina meant jobs for the community.
Australand Shell Cove development director Glenn Colquhoun congratulated Coastwide Civil on winning the tender.

Stage two will involve excavation of about 950,000 cubic metres of soil and rock to form the eastern harbour basin, construction of the boat harbour edge and the boat ramp. The final stage will connect the basin to the ocean, and is expected to be completed in 2018.
Wollongong's once-vibrant music venue the Oxford Tavern will finally be bulldozed in the next two months, more than five years after the collapse of its former owner Belmorgan. A proposal to build two 14-storey residential and commercial towers in place of the derelict pub, which shut in 2010 leaving music lovers up in arms, was yesterday given the go-ahead by the Southern Joint Regional Planning Panel. Panel members voiced enthusiasm for the 135-apartment complex, but asked that developers include a strong link to the site?s historical significance in the final design. After the meeting, PSR Investments developer Robert Haung told the Mercury demolition and remediation of the site including a former petrol station, as well as an archaeological dig to uncover the site?s convict history, would start ??in or before May??.
The building, to be known as Oxford on Crown, would then be completed 20 months from the start date, Mr Haung said, making it ready to open in early 2016.
Planner and spokesman for the developers, Brett Daintry, said the approval marked a new beginning for the CBD site.
Despite a positive outlook from the panel and developers, Platinum Apartments resident Roslyn Williams spoke on behalf of occupants of her building. She said residents of the neighbouring block were concerned the new building would increase traffic, create extra garbage, cause a loss of sunlight and views, and affect property values due to construction noise. Panel member Alison McCabe said she understood these concerns and was ??not entirely without reservations?? about the towers, which would dwarf surrounding buildings.
Panel member Allen Greenwood also supported the Oxford development, but asked that the final design place more emphasis on the area?s history by ??interpreting?? its heritage and displaying it in a publicly accessible place. JRPP chair Pam Allen also urged developers to work with neighbouring residents and preserve the eastern CBD?s ??ambience??. Developers of a proposed 18-storey affordable housing project on Auburn Street have been given a second chance by the regional planning authority. Last week, Wollongong City Council staff recommended the $32-million development be rejected as ??contrary to the public interest?? because it didn?t comply with the affordable housing policy?s floor space ratios. Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. The man who dragged a mobile crane driver from a Gold Coast river has matter-of-factly described the early morning rescue.Upper Coomera man Sam Manning was driving to work along the M1 about 6am when he realised the crane truck had plunged off the road and into the Coomera River. A passing motorist who rescued a truck driver who crashed into the Coomera River in August, 2015, says he just "swam out and grabbed him". The 36-year-old construction workerA knew the area well enough to rush down to the boat ramp, where he saw the driver, believed to be 30, still in the water."You see someone in the river like that, you swim out and grab them," he told the Queensland Ambulance Service. Mr Manning, who admitted to feeling "a bit cool" after the rescue, said the driver was dazed but conscious enough to give his name and detail his injuries."I sort of went around to see if anything was in the river because you could tell someone had gone over and saw the guy out there and swum out and grabbed him," he said. All northbound lanes of the Pacific Motorway wereA blocked at the Upper Coomera bridge for about half an hour from 6am, with traffic heading to Brisbane quickly backing up. The NB lanes of the Pacific Mwy, Coomera River Bridge are blocked due to a traffic incident. Traffic delays were stretching back to at least Helensvale about 6.35am, when police re-opened three northbound lanes.

The place is tacky and filled with McMansions, but The Waterfront could make it easier to swallow.
We work closely with specifiers and a technically skilled service network to provide fail safe solutions to the construction and landscape industries. Check in time is from 2pm.It took one hour and twenty minutes’ drive from our home on the far north-side of Brisbane to reach Treasure Island Holiday Park, or 50 minutes from the top of the Gateway Bridge.
There will be those that are happy with its destruction whether its in the name of progress or thought it was ugly. We were also given the kids’ club schedule for the weekend and advised what outdoor movie was playing that night.I have to admit, I was a bit surprised at how many of the facilities at Treasure Island require additional payment. Payment for these facilities is made via the park’s Cash for Fun cards, available through reception.The Kids’ Club is $6 per child, per session.
Children aged four years and over can participate in Kids’ Club; however it is recommended that you book for the time slots you want. Unfortunately, because of the minimum age limit being set at 4, we were not able to leave our kids there. I did check out that week’s Kids’ Club program though and it did appear to have a good selection of crafty type activities for the kids.
This particular week’s program included activities such as chocolate making, stain glass window making and beaded bracelet making.Mini golf also requires an additional fee per round, but was closed for renovations while we were at the park, so we were unable to play.
Go Karts require an additional fee, but this is quite common at most parks.Under construction at the time we visited (December 2013), at the front of the park, is a new water splash zone.
The centre is very convenient to the park and includes movie cinemas and a range of restaurant options for those who wish to eat out. On our return to the park, we hit the main pool, where our toddlers test drove the water slide. The four year old handled it pretty well; however the two year old completely lost control on her first go, and didn’t want to try again without the assistance of her Daddy. The pool does feature a range of different depths, as well as a bridge to hide under and a shaded toddler pool for the littlies. Galleon’s Bistro has different special offers most nights of the week, as well as a set a la carte menu, including a children’s menu.
It also offers a range of takeaway options, for those who just want to grab some hot chips to take back to their site, which is what we did. The large size serving is certainly that, with a lot more chips than two adults and two toddlers could eat.
The restaurant offers both indoor and alfresco dining options.Sunday was check out day for us.
Check out time is 10am, so we only had enough time to revisit the jumping pillow and to try out the toddler playground, which is just the right size for little ones. Unfortunately, this playground isn’t shaded, but the bigger playground in the jumping pillow area is, which is a huge bonus.

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