NAWIC is organising a site tour of Project Star, the extension of the existing Star City Complex which includes: extending the Pirrama Road street frontage creating space for new gaming, retail and restaurants construction of a roof top event space Pirrama Road building features unique specialised automatic glass panels fronting the harbour new hotel facilities […]
April 4th, 2011
NAWIC is organising a site tour of Project Star, the extension of the existing Star City Complex which includes:
When: Thursday 31 March 2011
Where: Brookfield Multiplex site office
Level 2, 8 Jones Bay Road, Pyrmont 2009
Time: Starts at 4:00pm. Drinks and nibbles to be provided at Star City after the tour
Cost: $20 students / $25 NAWIC members / $40 for non-members
RSVP: Register online by Friday 25 March 2011. Numbers are limited.
This site is under major construction. PPE gear MUST be worn to participate in the site tour. Please wear steel cap shoes and bring a hard hat and high visibility vest.
Please advise at time of registration if you wish to claim CPD points for this event.
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