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February 2018 update:
February saw the placement of new gravel pavement layers, kerbs, conduits and pits for services, concrete footpaths and retaining walls. The new western car park also received the finished asphalt surface.
Looking ahead into March, gravel pavements, conduits and pits for services, kerbs, fencing and landscaping works will continue. Further updates will be provided to keep you informed over the coming months.
|February: Works plan, curbing complete in western park Logan Car Park - 1802 update moggill (JPG, 1.44 MB)||February: Bioretention basin north eastern car park|
|February: Footpath eastern carpark||February: Paving works and kerbing|
|February: Rock swale drain eastern car park||February: Subsoil drains eastern car park|
|February: Traffic controller western car park||February: Weather impacts western car park|
|February: Turf swale drain eastern||January: Paving works continue|
|January: Drainage eastern car park||January: Drainage western car park|
|January: Safety barirer in operational TAFE car park||January: First gravel eastern 18 January|
|November: Time capsule, construction waste caused delays||November: Construction waste found on site causing delays|
|September: Fauna Spotter conducting survey||September: Fauna Spotter conducting survey|
Metro South Health is constructing a car park to provide convenient, local parking for Logan Hospital staff.
Currently, staff park in several areas both on and off-site. As the demand for Logan Hospital services has grown, accessing available car parking has become increasingly difficult and time consuming, particularly for day shift staff.
A short-term partnership agreement has been reached between Metro South Health, Department of Employment, Small Business and Training and TAFE Queensland, which includes the construction of a car park on TAFE land adjacent to the hospital.
$5 million has been allocated from the Queensland Government to deliver the car park project. This project is the first part of the greater plan for Meadowbrook to fulfil its potential as a health and wellbeing precinct, supported by well-planned infrastructure and services.
Meadowbrook planning also explores the opportunity for Logan Hospital to evolve into a ‘teaching hospital’ where TAFE and University functions coalesce on the hospital site to support this initiative.
This project, including proposed initiatives in the Meadowbrook Master Plan, caters for the predicted growth of the region, and will have significant long-term benefits for the community.