New Youth Detention Centre
Building Queensland led the development of a detailed business case for the construction of a new 32-bed youth justice centre at Wacol. Developed in partnership with Department of Youth Justice, the business case assessed options to improve conditions for young people in detention and youth detention centre staff, as well as reduce the number of young people held on remand in police watch houses.
The New Youth Detention Centre Detailed Business Case was completed in Q3 2019 and provided to the Queensland Government for consideration.
View a summary of the New Youth Detention Centre Detailed Business Case, including cost benefit analysis.All Completed Business Cases
The development of the Cross River Rail station at Roma Street has provided the opportunity to redevelop an underutilised section of the Brisbane central business district and the most connected transport precinct in Brisbane to create a world-class entertainment arena for Queensland.
Building Queensland led the development of a detailed business case for the Rockhampton Ring Road Project, working in partnership with the Department of Transport and Main Roads. The business case investigated the construction of a new Bruce Highway link to the west of Rockhampton, with a new Fitzroy River crossing and key linkages into the […]
Building Queensland led the development of the Nullinga Dam and Mareeba Dimbulah Water Supply Scheme Improvements Detailed Business Case in partnership with Sunwater. The business case provides a robust assessment of the opportunities and challenges of increasing water availability in support of potential future agricultural demand in the Mareeba Dimbulah Water Supply Scheme. The business […]