Nicholas St update: Days numbered for old travelator

Pile testing takes place at the Nicholas St precinct.

The laying of concrete at the intersection of Nicholas Street and Brisbane Street in Ipswich Central was completed earlier this week, allowing for improved pedestrian access to the area.

Fences at the Brisbane Street end of the Nicholas St precinct were moved back on Tuesday morning and the footpath reopened.

There are now 55 workers on site as the Nicholas St Redevelopment continues.

A milestone in the construction of the future library was marked this week with the completion of work to dismantle existing steelwork at the future library site. The steelwork will be recycled.

Piling for Ipswich City Council’s new administration building, including trimming and detailed excavation, is ongoing.

Overnight work to safely remove the old mall travelator is ongoing.

The work is being carried out after hours to minimise disruption to residents and businesses.

A micropile rig is being established in the carpark basement and work is also beginning on irrigation in planter beds along Nicholas St.

Businesses in the Nicholas St precinct remain open during the construction.

Work to remove the old travelator is ongoing.

Concrete has been laid at the top of Nicholas St and fencing moved back to improve pedestrian access.

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