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Construction updates The Terraces at Paddington, Sydney

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With our project team established and ready to commence work on The Terraces at Paddington, we will be posting updates to keep you informed on progress and to provide you with any other important information you may need to know as construction proceeds.

March 2017

Welcome to the eighth edition of the Multiplex ‘The Terraces’ project newsletter. With works on the new Aged Care Facility and Independent Living Units in full swing we will be publishing this newsletter on a regular basis to keep you informed on the project’s progress and to provide you with any other important information you may need to know as construction progresses. A community update information session is being scheduled to occur in the next few months.

Community 08-Mar-2017

Following ‘Name the Crane’ competition in which kindergarten students from Glenmore Road Public School Elsewhere, pedestrian and vehicle access routes to the existing participated and submitted a name foraged care facility are being maintai.. continue reading

Construction Progress 08-Mar-2017

Over the past few months, the RACF building structure has progressed and is programmed to be completed in March. As formwork propping is removed from the RACF building, facade and fitout will commence. The Stephen Street building fit.. continue reading

Road Closures & Disruptions 08-Mar-2017

Following events involving the Scottish Hospital Heritage Building, road closures were required on Cooper Street for access to install steel bracing. Temporary traffic lights and barriers remain in replace on Cooper Street until such time that t.. continue reading

Upcoming Milestones 08-Mar-2017

March 2017 - RACF building structure complete. March 2017 - Stephen Street building fitout and facade works ongoing. March 2017 - Heritage building (east) restoration and adaptive works ongoing... continue reading

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