Bornhorst + Ward are proud to provide civil and structural engineering for the iconic Destination Brisbane Consortium’s Queens Wharf project. This $3.6 billion project features an Integrated Resort due to open in 2022, with over 1000 premium hotel rooms, 2000 residential apartments, a 1000 seat ballroom, a sky deck with 360-degree views over the river and city and a new pedestrian bridge. The project will also deliver public realm precincts to the Brisbane Community along 800m of riverfront including upgraded pedestrian and bikeways, landscaped parkland, wharfs, cafés and restaurants. Connecting Queen Street Mall and the CBD with South bank, Queens Wharf will provide 2,000 jobs during peak construction, 8,000 jobs once operational and see 1.39m additional visitors annually, making use of previously unutilised river front space and improving Brisbane’s offering as an international tourism destination. Bornhorst and Ward are proud to have been involved in many aspects of the design of this exciting project. From roads, sewer and stormwater design throughout the site, structures and landscaping design within the public realm, design of the earthworks and shoring for the massive basement, and design of the basement and podium structures which will accommodate the gaming floors, we continue to deliver practical designs and friendly professional services to our clients.
Link Portside Wharf
Link Portside Wharf is a residential building that responded to a unique set of site constraints and utilised an innovative structural steel design to deliver a four story residential building above an existing basement carpark without demolishing or significantly altering the existing structure. The significant collaboration and innovation provided by Bornhorst + Ward has been recognised through winning the Consultant’s Excellence category at the UDIA (Qld) Awards for Excellence.
Willows Shopping Centre
Following Bornhorst & Wards involvement in the previous extension ADCO with Dexus asked to be part of the thier final stage D&C project in Townsville. The new stage was designed over the existing structure. Bornhorst & Ward was involved with project from the design till the opening of centre.
Bornhorst + Ward has played an integral role which has assisted with the creation of the major urban renewal precinct at Hamilton. Work has included Civil Engineering Master Planning and design for an estimated 17,000 population (56ha) addressing aspects such with Water & Sewerage Infrastructure Supply and determine servicing requirements based on population, yield generation and use demands.
155 Queen Street
The redevelopment of 155 Queen Street for ISPT delivered three levels of retail with frontage on the Mall, three upper levels of commercial office accommodation and a green roof for tenant use.
Fairfield Central Townsville
Fairfield Central Shopping Centre won Excellence in Design for the Sub-Regional Centres category at the 2016 Queensland Retail Property of the Year Awards. Fairfield Central shopping centre is anchored by Woolworth’s Supermarket and Woolworth’s Petrol Plus. The centre also includes a mixture of 11 supporting specialty tenants including a pharmacy, bottle shop, bakery, poultry, newsagent, café, banking, hairdressing, ATM facilities and a free standing Zaraffas drive-thru coffee shop. Fairfield Central offers undercover car parking, a parents’ room facility and amenities, and fully enclosed air-conditioned malls. Stage 2 of the Centre will include a Kmart Store and an additional 25 supporting specialty tenants. Stage 3 will welcome Coles.
Sky Gate DFO Stage 4
BNE Property Skygate DFO Stage 4 extension provides an additional 4,695m 2 of retail space, a 2 level alfresco dining & office connector building with pedestrian corso and a four level car park which won the Excellence in Design award (Neighbourhood and Strip Centres category) at the 2016 Property Council of Australia (PCA) Retail Property Awards.
Griffith University Gold Coast Campus Car Park
Multi-level car park for 1,000 cars. Located at Griffith University Gold Coast. Featuring a unqique design and strong build features.
Banyan Tree Kangaroo Point
The Banyan Tree Group is known around the world for its premium resorts, hotels, residences and spas. The development at Kangaroo Point will feature a striking exterior, with three undulating wave structures and will include 76 freehold private residences over 10 levels. There will be four penthouses, three with rooftop infinity pool and private garden terrace.
Yeerongpilly Green is a 14 hectare site which will be transformed into a vibrant urban village. Located 8 kilometres south of the Brisbane CBD, Yeerongpilly Green is positioned along the banks of the Brisbane River, between the Queensland Tennis Centre and Yeerongpilly Railway station.
545 Queen Street
A 250-metre, 76-storey building residential apartment development at 545 Queen Street, Brisbane. Queen’s Tower will comprise 891 luxury residences, 100 serviced apartments, approximately 2,500m2 retail and commercial podium and basement parking for 853 cars and 752 bicycles.
Chester & Ella
A twin tower development on Chester St Fortitude Valley, 322 Apartments. 2 x 18 storeys. Basement car parking for 383 cars and ground floor retail.