Dredging to begin for Brisbane

Dredging to begin for Brisbane
Photo courtesy of couriermail.com.au.

Photo courtesy of couriermail.com.au.

BAC chairman Bill Grant said the corporation had signed a contract for the next stage of the new parallel runway, dredging and reclamation, and work would commence on site within weeks.

The runway represents $1.35 billion of private investment in national infrastructure. It will create 2,700 jobs at the peak of construction and 7,800 new permanent jobs in the Brisbane/Moreton Region by 2035.

The claimed economic benefit of the project will be in the order of $5 billion per year by 2035.

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