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Burpengary Plaza Extension and Refurbishment

By Sophie Anderson

De Luca has awarded the Burpengary Plaza with a $38 million contract for design and construction of the extension and refurbishment! Bupengary Plaza is located in the Moreton Bay Region and is approximately 10 minutes from North Lakes! This $38m project will include extension and renovation of the entire existing shopping centre, car parks and other buildings outside the mall complex! The shopping centre will include a Woolworths Supermarket, Kmart, a food court, two banks and approximately 50 other tenancies! There will be parking space for 981 cars and the new mall complex will also include a Kmart Tyre and Auto Service Centre plus two retail buildings facing Station Road. The existing Woolworths is going to be renovated as part of the centre upgrade. Existing loading docks and several other existing tenancies will be demolished and construction work on the upgraded shopping centre will commence.

Below are a few of the upgrades happening:

  • New loading dock for Woolworths and Specialty shops
  • 5,000 m2 Kmart Supermarket to be incorporated into the mall
  • Kmart Tyre and Auto Service building, located on the Southern part of the site
  • Expansion of the Southern car park and resurfacing of the existing car park
  • Construction of shops outside the mall for the housing of several cafes and restaurants
  • Complete upgrade of existing tenancies and mall structure, including enhancement of shop fronts, facades and external appearance of existing tenancies
  • Upgrade of several existing buildings outside the mall area


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