Project: Queen’s Wharf Hotels, Brisbane – Part B2 (Dorsett and Grand Star)
Client: Cooke & Dowsett
Architect: Cottee Parker
Value: $3.6 billion
Brisbane’s $3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf development, the largest private sector development in Queensland, is spread over 12ha of land and 15.3ha of water, and will eventually comprise a total gross floor area of 390,000 square metres. The development, offering four luxury hotels, 2,000 residential apartments, a casino, 50 bars and restaurants, and a 100metre-high ‘sky deck’ has earned a 6-Star Green Star Communities rating. Construction is well under way and with an estimated completion of late 2022, will transform the riverfront into a breathtaking, vibrant oasis for locals and visitors, blending beautifully repurposed heritage buildings with stunning contemporary architecture.
This new world-class integrated resort development and entertainment precinct will put Brisbane on the map as a tourism, leisure and entertainment destination. As well as being a major tourism attraction in its own right, Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will deliver economic benefits, including thousands of construction and operational jobs and opportunities for suppliers.
MDA Consulting Engineers were pleased to be engaged by Cooke & Dowsett to provide Hydraulic Services design, including Penetration Drawings, LOD 300 Revit Modelling, Clash Detection and Construction Drawings, LOD 500 As Built and Metadata Input for the Queen’s Wharf Hotels, Brisbane – Part B2 (Dorsett and Star Grand) component of the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane development project.