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Builder Scott Hutchinson Joins Urbanity 2019

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Scott Hutchinson, the chairman of ​one of Australia's largest private construction companies, Brisbane-headquartered Hutchinson Builders, will be joining the line up for Urbanity ’19.

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Sneak peek inside $100m Dee Why RSL redevelopment

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It is one of the most exciting developments on the peninsula and the Manly Daily has been given a behind the scenes look at what to expect from the multi-million dollar redevelopment of Dee Why RSL.

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R&F Property Completes $500M South Brisbane Project

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A $500 million apartment development spanning an entire block in South Brisbane has reached completion, marking the first finished Australian development for R&F Property.

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Walk nabs major awards

Noosa News external-link

The recognition has continued for Noosa’s recently upgraded Park Road Boardwalk with the project taking top spot in two categories at the Master Builder Awards last weekend.

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Winner of huge tender for council build revealed

Daily Mercury external-link

The winning tender for construction of the new Whitsunday Regional Council administration building in Proserpine has been announced at Tuesday's council meeting in Collinsville.

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A look inside the Fortitude Music Hall, days before its opening

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Sixteen years ago, Brisbane music lovers mourned the loss of Festival Hall. On Friday night, that hole in the heart of the city's music scene will finally be filled, with the Fortitude Music Hall set to open its doors to the public for the first time. For the duo behind the venue, Queensland builder Scott Hutchinson and ex-Powderfinger bassist John "JC" Collins, Friday could not come soon enough.

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Sounds like restoration of Brisbane’s rockin’ soul

The Australian external-link

When Festival Hall was sold in 2003 to make way for an apartment block, the Queensland capital lost a much-loved music venue that had hosted the likes of the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac and Nirvana.

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Locals will 'dig' East Shores Stage 1B

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Gladstone Ports Corporation chairman Peter Corones summed it up best when describing a completed East Shores Stage 1B as the "cappuccino-isation and chardonnay-isation of Gladstone" when the first sod was turned at the site yesterday.

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Local philanthropists changing lives win awards

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Together they donate millions every year to support charities changing the lives of children with disabilities, homeless young people, families struggling with domestic violence and growing Queensland’s incredible art scene.

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$140 million contract breaks all the records

Ipswich First external-link

Hutchinson Builders was today announced the preferred tenderer to construct a new council building, a new library building and a civic plaza at the end of Nicholas St.

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What's all the buzz above Hutchies HQ?

Sunshine Coast Daily external-link

There's been plenty of buzz about the Hutchinson Builders move into the company's new Maroochydore headquarters, but plenty of it's coming from above.

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Brisbane musicians join bill for Fortitude Music Hall's July opening

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At last. Brisbane’s replacement for Festival Hall opens its doors in the Brunswick Street Mall on Friday, July 26. The new Fortitude Music Hall in Fortitude Valley effectively replaces the 4000-seat Festival Hall, which was demolished 16 years ago in 2003.

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Works progressing on new RSPCA facility

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RSPCA Queensland hopes its new animal shelter at the Wellcamp Business Park will open in November in what will drastically reduce the organisation's operational costs.