Other work in progress
  • Last updated:
  • 21 Jun 2021

Current capital improvement projects: Capital Works Delivery[5872KB]

Other minor capital projects may also be underway. Some projects may take a bit longer than anticipated to complete due to extended periods of rain, or contractors availability. You can also follow the progress of council's major regional projects.

Works listed alphabetically by suburb

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    • Start date:
      01 Jan 0001
    • Duration:
  • Alexandra Headland Tantula Road West Alexandra Headland Tantula Road West Pathway construction
    • Start date:
      07 Jun 2021
    • Duration:
      One week
    • Related document:

    Works will begin soon on the installation of a 1.8 metre wide pathway along Tantula Road West, Alexandra Headland.  The new pathway would provide both improved connectivity and pedestrian safety.  

    Work is scheduled to start the week beginning Monday 7 June 2021. Construction is expected to be completed within one week, weather and site conditions permitting.

  • Aroona Ridgehaven Court Aroona Ridgehaven Court Pathway construction
    • Start date:
      07 Jun 2021
    • Duration:
      Four weeks
    • Related document:

    Works will soon begin on the installation of a 1.8 metre wide pathway along Ridgehaven Court, Aroona.  The new pathway would provide both improved connectivity and pedestrian safety.

    Work is scheduled to start the week beginning Monday 7 June 2021. Construction is expected to be completed within four weeks, weather and site conditions permitting.

  • Battery Hill Cromwell Street Battery Hill Cromwell Street Pathway Construction
    • Start date:
      07 Jun 2021
    • Duration:
      Three weeks
    • Related document:

    Works will begin soon on the installation of a 1.8 metre wide pathway along Cromwell Street, Battery Hill providing both improved connectivity and pedestrian safety.

    Work is scheduled to start the week beginning Monday 7 June 2021.  Construction is expected to be completed within three weeks, weather and site conditions permitting.

  • Battery Hill Enfield Crescent Battery Hill Enfield Crescent Pathway construction
    • Start date:
      07 Jun 2021
    • Duration:
      Two weeks
    • Related document:

    Works will begin soon on the installation of a 1.8 metre wide pathway along Cromwell Street, Battery Hill providing both improved connectivity and pedestrian safety.

    Work is scheduled to start the week beginning Monday 7 June 2021.

  • Beerwah Community Meeting Place, Peachester Road Beerwah Community Meeting Place
    • Start date:
      02 Feb 2021
    • Duration:
      5 months
    • Related document:

    Beerwah will benefit from the Queensland Government’s Unite and Recover Community Stimulus Package with the new $1.65 million Beerwah Community Meeting Place to service all of the Glass House country townships. The facility will be located within the existing Beerwah Library precinct and will adjoin the existing Beerwah Library, facing Peachester Road and the much-loved wetlands. The building and outdoor facilities compliment recent improvements to Turner Park and the Beerwah entry statements and will help transform this space into a precinct the whole district can enjoy.

    Work is scheduled to start the week beginning 2 February 2021 and completion is expected in late June 2021 (weather and site conditions permitting).

  • Bli Bli Camp Flat Road Bli Bli Camp Flat Road temporary full road closure
    • Start date:
      15 Feb 2021
    • Duration:
      6 months
    • Related document:

    The Stage 5 - Camp Flat Road Upgrade project team would like to notify you that construction works will begin on Monday 15 February 2021. The project is expected to be finished in June 2021 (weather and site conditions permitting).

    Traffic management measures will be in place throughout the project to ensure the safety of all road users. Delays will be kept to a minimum where possible, however some changes to traffic conditions are required to facilitate the safe and efficient delivery of this road upgrade project. Temporary single lane and full road closures will be occurring during construction.

    In March, the construction site received significant rainfall which has delayed the ability for works to be undertaken. In addition, poor site conditions were encountered during excavation works, requiring the complete reconstruction of a section of Camp Flat Road, Bli Bli requiring more work than originally anticipated. To progress the works as quickly and safely as possible, a section of Camp Flat Road will remain temporarily closed to through-traffic until late June 2021.

    Road closures increase safety for both workers and road users, while reducing construction time and cost.  Taking a detour is often quicker than waiting at traffic control points.

    The detour will be via Yandina Bli Road or Parklands Drive/Thomas Road/Willis Road or Whitecross Road with traffic signage in place.

    During construction, up-to-date information on road closures will be provided on electronic variable message (VMS) boards on Camp Flat Road and on Council’s website: roads.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.

  • Bli Bli David Low Way Bli Bli David Low Way Pathway and bus shelter construction
    • Start date:
      28 Jun 2021
    • Duration:
      Two months
    • Related document:

    Works will soon begin to complete the final component of Stage 3 of the Bli Bli Streetscape project. Stage 3 works looks to construct the remaining section of wider footpath and build a new bus shelter (currently used by school students).

    These works are located along part of the frontage of the Riverside Caravan Park on David Low Way, between the United Service Station and Riverside Centre.

  • Buderim / Palmwoods Buderim-Palmwoods Heritage Trail Stormwater Project
    • Start date:
      10 Mar 2021
    • Duration:
      2 months
    • Related document:

    The Buderim Palmwoods Heritage Trail, located at Mons, is a 1.8 kilometre long Class 3 walking trail which utilises a historic tramway corridor.

    The Buderim Palmwoods Heritage Trail Stormwater Project is to assess and report on the condition of 23 stormwater assets linked with the trail, and to provide Sunshine Coast Council with a priority action plan for the protection of the trail’s integrity from potential stormwater asset failures.

    This will commence on 10 March 2021 using a vehicle and Closed Circuit Television Video (CCTV) equipment.

    Project signage will be displayed at the trail access points for the duration of the assessment.

  • Buderim Crosby Hill Road Buderim Crosby Hill Road Pedestrian Pathway
    • Start date:
      05 Jul 2021
    • Duration:
      Four months
    • Related document:

    Council has been working closely with concerned residents to improve pedestrian movements along Crosby Hill Road, Buderim.  A pedestrian pathway will be constructed between Mackenzie Green and Scenic Avenue, on the western side of Crosby Hill Road. A pedestrian refuge, improvements to the existing drainage and associated infrastructure will be constructed near Mackenzie Green.