Redcliffe Fire Station
Redcliffe Fire Station is a highly recognisable and iconic landmark in the Redcliffe Peninsular Area, having served the local community since 1949. The Redcliffe Fire Station was constructed by Alex Smith and opened on 1 November 1949. In 2005 the structure was placed on the Queensland Heritage Register.
The building, having been empty for some time, had new life breathed into it by the local council, with plans to turn it into an Arts Centre. Platinum Electrical & Air, jumped at the opportunity to be part of such a worthwhile project and in Partnership with the Principal Contractor, Astute Projects and Building owners Moreton Bay Regional Council, are currently working to turn the building into a modern arts precinct, for use by the local and visiting community, whilst also being mindful of maintaining the building’s cultural and historical identity.
Platinum Electrical & Air was tasked with providing an installation service to the new Tenancy Spaces, Gallery Space, Meeting Room, lighting for Improved Signage, and New Car Parking which encompassed Electrical, Tailored Lighting Solutions, Communications and Security.
With our long standing diverse and experienced workforce we were once again able to deliver this project on time and within budget, and are proud to be associated with something of such historical importance to the local Redcliffe area.