Ebenezer Regional Industrial Area
The Ebenezer Regional Industrial Area is a proposed manufacturing hub located 15 kilometres south west of Ipswich City Centre around Ebenezer.
This greenfield site provides an opportunity to accommodate a mix of innovative, sustainable and best practice business and industry development.
Building Queensland, in partnership with Economic Development Queensland, led the development of a detailed business case investigating infrastructure to support potential manufacturing opportunities including:
- internal precinct works such as roads, earthworks, reticulated water and sewerage, and other utilities
- road access to the precinct from the Cunningham Highway, including intersection works
- trunk Water Main.
Building Queensland completed the detailed business case in Q1 2019.All Completed Business Cases
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