Facade Replacement Works: PACE (870) fortnightly lookahead

18 Aug 2023

Some disruption to the Pharmacy Australia Centre for Excellence (870) for the Façade Replacement Project will continue as the contractor progresses with the replacement of the non-compliant combustible cladding scope of work.  These works will cause some intermittent noise and there will be some exclusion zones to footpaths, roads and work zones during these works, managed by the Contractor.

The cladding replacement on the PACE Building is expected to be complete by January 2024. Ongoing communications will be provided to give regular updates regarding upcoming works.

Affected Areas

Duration & Time

Site Operations / Site Establishment

  • Cyclist and pedestrian access is open and managed by traffic control for any closures or disruptions


Lecture Theatre

  • Complete – Defects only remain
  • These final works will be carried out outside of Lecture Theatres hours of use using mobile scissor lift.

       14 – 26 August

  • No noisy works expected during these remaining works
  • Exclusion zones surrounding works area will be in place

Level 6 Glazing

  • Scaffold installation complete
  • Outdoor seating area remains closed.
  • Gantry structure to maintain access into lounge area.
  • Removal of high level non-compliant Danpalon and replaced with Glazing units

14 – 26 August

  • Level 6 balcony remains closed to staff, students and public until further notice.

       14 – 26 August

Cornwall Street Main Entrance

  • Scaffold install to Cornwall St Main entrance complete
  • Cladding removal works to commence.

        14 – 26 August

Cornwall Street SW Blade Fin

     Complete – Defects only remain

        14 August

Please refer attached plans for affected areas (PDF, 1.8 MB) and lookahead (PDF, 460.4 KB).

Project details

Cladding replacement on the PACE Building which forms part of the wider UQ Façade Replacement Program.


Casey Fredrickson, Senior Project Manager (Infrastructure):

We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding during this time.

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