Cairns Convention Centre
Building Queensland led the development of the detailed business case for the Cairns Convention Centre in partnership with the Department of Housing and Public Works.
The detailed business case investigated:
- essential maintenance works, including partial replacement of roofing materials, replacement of the lifts, upgraded air-conditioning, upgraded disability access and improved computer and audio systems
- refurbishment works, including new floor coverings and paint
- expansion works to facilitate additional space for convention, plenary, meeting and support spaces.
The detailed business case was completed in mid-2019 and presented to the Queensland Government for consideration.All Completed Business Cases
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