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Whitsunday Region Infrastructure Delivery Program


Whitsunday Region Infrastructure Delivery Program

Rebuilding the Whitsunday Region

Since 2015, Ranbury has been working with Whitsunday Regional Council to deliver a significant program of 18 infrastructure projects. These projects range in scale from $150,000 up to $20M and include:

  • Proserpine Entertainment Centre ($20M): Replacement of a damaged 380 seat theatre.
  • Proserpine Administration Building ($14.5M): Design and delivery of a new administration building, a Local Disaster Coordination Centre, and innovation Hub
  • Flagstaff Hill Cultural and Conference Centre ($4M): multi- purpose facility with a function area, a cafeteria style dining set-up and a cultural activities area.
  • Whitsunday Coast Airport ($18M): Refurbishment of Operational Airport
  • Lake Proserpine ($3.15M): Design, Construction of a camping facility, kiosk, road and signage upgrades and installation of pontoons and wharfs.
  • Beautiful Bowen Stage 1 and 2 ($5M): Upgrade of the town’s main street to create a more amenable streetscape and directional signage on the highway.
  • PCYC Airlie Beach ($400K): Cyclone remediation and roof replacement.
  • Airlie Beach Foreshore ($7M): Infrastructure upgrade for the regions power supply and sewer upgrades incorporating a foreshore revitalisation.
  • Bowen Administration Building: Refurbishment of the building.
  • Bowen Landfill Cells and Kelsey Creek Landfill ($6M): Construction of a lined landfill cells.

These projects have added significant economic benefits to the region, including creating additional jobs and building upon the region’s attractiveness as a tourist destination.

Ranbury’s North Queensland team is providing a range of services to Council from project management and superintendency to contract administration and business case management.