1RepliesWasn't sure where to put this, but i'll talk about it with some mates at the pub tonight. So 'The Pub' seemed appropriate: From the BRW: The South Australian model that would make the Medical Research Future Fund 1000 per cent better Imagine an Australian researcher makes a groundbreaking discovery that may potentially one day rid us of a horrible and intractable disease. We celebrate it as a national achievement…and then watch as a US...Last reply by rev in The Pub 5 hours ago
1032Replies$1.5bn plan to build a new RAH MICHAEL OWEN, POLITICAL REPORTER May 24, 2007 02:15am Article from: The Advertiser A $1.5 BILLION plan to relocate the Royal Adelaide Hospital complex to the Adelaide railyards area is being considered by the State Government. The Advertiser understands the plan involves building a new hospital complex west of the Morphett St Bridge, between the Old Adelaide Gaol and the Convention Centre. Senior health sources have told The...Last reply by rev in CBD Development 6 hours ago
7RepliesIt's official. Our stalwart 2000 and 2100 'Jumbo' trains are to be decomissioned. DPTI are taking Expressions of Interest, to be submitted by 6 November. https://www.tenders.sa.gov.au/tenders/t ... er-details Personally I think a number should be sunk offshore to form an artificial reef/fish haven of sorts. NYC did similar with a heap of old Metro trains off the coast of Delaware.Last reply by Heardy_101 in Infrastructure/Transport Development 10 hours ago
1025RepliesFrom the Advertiser: OVERPASSES COULD SLASH $133m FROM ROAD COSTS By CAMERON ENGLAND and KARA PHILLIPS 05jun06 EXCLUSIVE BUILDING overpasses rather than tunnels on South Rd could shave $133 million off the bill on the blowout-plagued projects, the state's peak resources body said yesterday. The South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy said engineers in its membership believed the State Government had chosen the most expensive solution to traffic congestion on the city's major...Last reply by ChillyPhilly in Infrastructure/Transport Development 20 hours ago
249RepliesBoredom smash! Status quo crash! Vibrancy splash! Development cash! Build it, please. Sandy Wilkinson's gonna have a cardiac arrest when the new plans are released.Last reply by crawf in CBD Development 23 hours ago
149 Flinders Street (Pruszinski Architects New Head Office) goes #UC this Monday
Last Updated on Saturday, 24 November 2012 13:19 Written by Howie Friday, 23 November 2012 08:21
Some positive news on the construction front, 149 Flinders Street, Pruszinski Architect's new Head Offices will be going under construction this coming Monday. Demolition will take until Mid January with the addition asbestos removal work required.
Here's some more information about the development from Paul Pruszinski.
For more discussion and updated renders, continue to the forum thread.
Make Adelaide Work Campaign
Written by Howie Saturday, 21 July 2012 18:12
The Property Council of Australia have been doing some excellent work of late, and I think this latest campaign deserves a special mention. It is called Make Adelaide Work, its intent is to urge governments to make investments into our city with infrastructure and strategic planning being the highest priority.
The latest element of the campaign is an 'open mic' facility which lets anyone have a say on big issues constraining our city. So when you have a moment be sure to check out their new site at:
Major New Development - Palladio on Angas Street $130m 6xTowers
Last Updated on Thursday, 29 March 2012 17:19 Written by Howie Wednesday, 28 March 2012 21:12
We are pleased to bring you the first glimpse of the $130m Palladio on Angas Street development. Located at the former Nordic Honda site, this will be one of the first developments to be assessed under the new development plan for Adelaide CBD. Once again, Pruszinski Architects have been engaged for this fantastic new development by the Palladio Property Group.
See the press release here:
For further information and to participate in the discussion head on over to our forum thread here :
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