From Monday 13 January 2020, the entry and exit point via Research Road to the staff car park adjacent to Ronald McDonald House will be closed and vehicles will be required to enter and exit from Garrick Terrace.
The car park modification is required to allow for the diversion of services, prior to the development of a new 1150 space car park as part of the redevelopment of Herston Quarter. These changes will remain in place until completion of the new multi-storey car park in early 2022.
During this time, there will be changed traffic conditions:
No right turn from Garrick Terrace (westbound) when entering the car park
No left turn onto Garrick Terrace when exiting the car park.
The car park will still be operational during this time and there will be no changes to pedestrian access.
These works are anticipated to take three to four weeks to complete and may generate some noise and require temporary changes to traffic. Please follow the direction of signage and traffic controllers.
See the latest construction activity at the Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS). Here you can witness the installation of the building’s façade and the unique skybridge system.
There will be temporary interruptions and changes to vehicle and pedestrian access at the Herston Road delivery dock from Wednesday 9 October to Friday 18 October 2019, weather permitting. Intermittent interruptions and changes to access will continue until the end of November 2019.
Works are required to install a new water connection and excavation will be carried out during night works between 7.00pm and 5.00am. A vehicle detour will be in place for deliveries and pedestrian access will be maintained under traffic control. Please follow signage and the direction of traffic controllers at all times.
At the completion of each shift, the laneway will be made safe for pedestrians and vehicles.
Temporary access changes will be in place for pedestrians and vehicles from Monday 2 September 2019, while we carry out activities to install a new water connection to Herston Road. Works are scheduled to take about three months to complete.
The majority of works will be on the grassed area between Block 7 and the Clinical Skills Development Service (CSDS) building which will be temporarily closed during this time. Please follow signage and the direction of traffic controllers at all times.
The latest timelapse video for the Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service is now ready. Check out the progress so far, and learn more about this future specialist public health facility.
Now standing at full height, the southern structure of the Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) building is emerging as a prominent addition to Brisbane’s Herston Road.
Check out the latest timelapse video.
There will be temporary interruption to vehicles and pedestrians on Bramston Terrace and Herston Road from Tuesday 7 May 2019 to Friday 10 May 2019. These are night works to allow for potholing for services location. Please follow the direction of traffic controllers and signage at all times.
Please see the map and schedule of works below. These works are weather dependant.
We are pleased to announce that Australian Unity’s development application for the restoration and adaptive reuse of the heritage buildings at Herston Quarter has been approved by Economic Development Queensland.
This is an important milestone for the $1.1 billion redevelopment of Herston Quarter and will see some of Brisbane’s most iconic heritage health buildings preserved and reused for generations to come.
From Wednesday 1 May to Friday 3 May, night works are scheduled between 7:30pm and 4:00am adjacent to QIMR Berghofer building and Block 7. These works involve using a drill to pothole for services location. Pedestrian and vehicle access will be maintained under traffic control. Fig Tree Drive service road adjacent to Block 8 will be closed during these works. Please download the map below for more detail.
We are pleased to announce that Australian Unity has recently submitted a Development Application for the Heritage precinct and public realm for consideration to Economic Development Queensland. The Development Application outlines plans to restore and reuse State listed Lady Lamington, Edith Cavell and Lady Norman buildings and proposed land uses.
Survey works are scheduled to be conducted nearby the Butterfield Street roundabout on Thursday 17 January 2019 between 9am and 4pm.
These works will involve surveying manholes located on Butterfield Street, Garrick Terrace, Research Road and Service Road and may result in some short, temporary road closures and minor delays.
Service Road will be closed between 1:00pm and 1:30pm on Thursday 17 January 2019. During in this time access to and from the B525B and the Ronald McDonald House car park and will be via Research Road or Western Road only.
A traffic controller will be guiding traffic on Garrick Terrace during these works also.
Detours will be in place and clearly signposted during these works. Traffic management will also be in place to assist pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles at all times.
Please follow the guidance of traffic controllers and signage at all times. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by these essential works. Please note that timing of works may be impacted by weather conditions.