DAY IN THE LIFE: Hyne Timber's new Glue Laminated Timber (GLT) manufacturing facility.

Hyne Timber Timelapse

Here's a day in the life of our site at Maryborough, Queensland, where we're working on Hyne Timber's new Glue Laminated Timber (GLT) manufacturing facility. Engineered timber products are enjoying a renaissance as a sustainable building material, and in the clip you can see Hyne’s own GLT product going into the roof. The company also plants ten trees for every tree harvested to make GLT - check out this great infographic to see how quickly they can 'grow' a house: https://bit.ly/2R5JwGE Construction is due for completion in September!

Posted by BADGE Constructions on Wednesday, 12 June 2019

Here's a day in the life of our site at Maryborough, Queensland, where we're working on Hyne Timber's new Glue Laminated Timber (GLT) manufacturing facility.

Engineered timber products are enjoying a renaissance as a sustainable building material, and in the clip you can see Hyne’s own GLT product going into the roof. The company also plants ten trees for every tree harvested to make GLT - check out this great infographic to see how quickly they can 'grow' a house: https://bit.ly/2R5JwGE

Construction is due for completion in September!

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IN THE MEDIA: First Sod Turned on Hyne Timber’s Glue Laminated Timber Expansion

Hyne Timber were joined by the Acting Premier and Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning, the Honourable Cameron Dick, local member, Bruce Saunders MP and Mayor, George Seymour this morning to officially turn the first sod ahead of construction of their new Glue Laminated Timber (GLT) production plant.

News of the massive capability expansion in Maryborough was announced last October after the company secured a grant through the Queensland Government Jobs and Regional Growth Fund.

During the sod turning ceremony, Hyne Timber’s CEO, Jon Kleinschmidt said the new building will be constructed using the company’s own products,

“The new building will be constructed using our own GLT, manufactured at our existing plant in Maryborough to further showcase capability and over 40 years of GLT manufacturing experience”

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Maryborough State High School - Performing Arts Complex

Maryborough State High Schools new performing arts complex - the Murdoch Darling Centre was officially opened today.

Named after the first two Headmasters of Maryborough Boys’ and Girls’ Grammar schools, the new $4.5 million facility includes classrooms, meeting rooms, commercial kitchen, amenities, ticketing booth and a large performance space with seating capacity for 800+ along with state of the art infrastructure, establishing Maryborough State High School as a regional centre of excellence for performing arts.

The Builder on the project was Integral Construction. Well done to the whole team on a fantastic result.

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IN THE MEDIA: Hyne Timber Announces Significant Expansion

Hyne Timber has today announced a significant expansion to its Glue Laminated Timber (GLT) manufacturing capability in Maryborough, Queensland.

Already a significant manufacturer of GLT in addition to softwood timber products, this expansion investment with the support of a Queensland Government Jobs and Regional Growth Fund will launch the company into a globally competitive product offer.

The new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant will accompany the existing plant in Maryborough’s Industrial Estate which is now in its 40th year of production.

Read more: https://bit.ly/2DtkEVt

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IN THE MEDIA: Ambitious plan for Torquay esplanade goes public

AN AMBITIOUS development plan from a local progress association could change the face of the Torquay foreshore forever.

Design documents for a major redevelopment of an area of along the esplanade in Torquay will go to public consultation after a unanimous council vote yesterday.

The documents include plans for a lagoon-style pool, plunge pool, six-lane 25m lap pool, a yoga deck and new barbecue pavilions in Bill Fraser Park.

Read more: https://bit.ly/2DtjnxF

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