Geelong Advertiser | Raising the roof on new Geelong council headquarters
Geelong Advertiser | 07 December 2021 | Peter Farago
Quintessential Equity executive chairman Shane Quinn, left, and chief executive Russell Bullen with Wadawurrung Elder Mary Shuttleworth and Greater Geelong Mayor Stephanie Asher celebrated construction of the Wurriki Nyal civic precinct building reaching its full height during construction. Picture: Mark Wilson
Geelong’s civic precinct building Wurriki Nyal has reached its highest point as it makes a local impact on a global scale.
The six-storey building reached its highest point thanks to a steel roof structure fabricated by Norlane’s A+ Steel Fabrication.
That’s part of $29 million spent in the region to date to deliver the corporate headquarters and 2550sq m of new public space once complete in mid-2022.
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