The last of the three new stations to commence construction and fit-out of the above-ground structure, Redcliffe Station is quickly catching up.
Within the station box lifts, escalators and stairs are being fitted out, with the latter having glass balustrades, handrails and stair coverings installed.
Glazing of the skylights in the main roof has been finalised, with all 86 panels in place.
Suspended over the eastern void between the concourse and platform levels, aluminium branches and leaves have been installed as part of the public artwork at Redcliffe Station. Passengers will be able to view this colourful and organic focal point within the building architecture from different angles.
A series of roadworks in and around the Redcliffe Station construction site is wrapping up. Works included excavation, drainage installation (new and existing), sub-base laydown and compaction, asphalting, and kerbing. Hard landscaping (paving) is also underway at the station forecourt.
The changes to the road layout will result in a modified T-intersection at Central Avenue and Second Street, and a new road linking Central and Bulong avenues.
At the nearby 500-bay car park hard landscaping and permanent fence installation is underway.