Conrad Gargett are proud to work with Business South Bank and precinct stakeholders to launch an innovative future vision for South Bank in Brisbane. As Queensland’s premier precinct of culture, innovation and recreation, South Bank features iconic riverfront parklands and a number of globally significance destinations. Underpinned by collaborative aspirations, Vision South Bank documents future planning for the precinct for the next two decades and has been endorsed by Business South Bank. The guide inspires each stakeholder to combine their aspirations by preparing forward plans that are complementary to the shared vision, so that initiatives and investments collectively contribute to the precinct’s shared future. Business South Bank was established in 1999 in response to the precinct leaders’ desire for a common voice and aims to bolster business success in the South Bank precinct. Business South Bank expressed their gratitude to the contributors of this vision including South Bank Corporation, Griffith University, Queensland Museum, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, ARIA Property Group, City Parklands and Conrad Gargett. And they expressed their appreciation to the precinct stakeholders for their commitment to the implementation of the vision. For more details, visit Vision South Bank
The new Brisbane campus offering a range of Bachelor and Master courses in Accounting, Management and Computer Technology. The idea was to create an innovative learning environment that portrayed an aspirational future office. Spanning over 3 levels and over 2500sqm some of the features include a library space, lockers, group study areas, quiet spaces, interlinking lecture / training rooms and high tech computer labs. Attracting international students was key in the design approach to provide a range of spaces to host social, formal and informal learning needs. Staff have access to the most streamlined of conferencing equipment to achieve the very best in cross campus connectivity.