Brisbane, Queensland (24 November 2016) The Brisbane City Council has ordered the replacement of mufflers and other roofing components as part of an ongoing project to install solar panels on the city’s new CBD skyscraper.
The City Council approved the project in February after a long and costly environmental process.
Residents of Brisbane’s CBD have been urged to participate in the project by contacting the council for more information and if needed, the removal of the damaged roofing.
In total, the City Council is planning to install 12 solar panels and install the panels on approximately 8,000 new roofs.
Residents will be required to remove the damaged roofs at the end of their stay in the city.
The city council’s chief executive, Robert Breen, said the project was designed to ensure that people could remain in the CBD and enjoy their daily activities.
He said it was not a replacement for the current roofing installation.
“This project is designed to give people an opportunity to come in and do their daily living and enjoy the city,” Mr Breen said.
“The aim is to give them the opportunity to enjoy the day in Brisbane and enjoy a walk in the park.”
We’ve been working on this project for more than five years and we’ve been very committed to ensuring the roof is maintained and protected.
“Mr Boudre said the city council would be asking for public donations to cover the cost of installing the panels.
The council was able to secure a federal grant for the project.
It also raised $1.8 million through the city-owned community development fund, which helps to pay for the solar panels.
The project is expected to be completed in 2019.”
We’ve got a lot of very good jobs in the area, but there’s a lot that’s not as well known, and that’s because of this roof,” he said.
The project is expected to be completed in 2019.