Baulderstone takes the impact of construction work on affected local communities very seriously. We develop community and stakeholder relations programs as an integrated part of our projects.
Case study: CLEM7
The $3 billion CLEM7, Brisbane's first major road tunnel, opened in March 2010.
A consultative approach to community relations was implemented as part of the project management of the CLEM7, including a one-on-one consultation program, a site-based Visitors' Centre, regularly updated project website, information sessions, Community Liaison Groups, an educational program for road users, and a 24/7 contact number.
The CLEM7 captured the imagination of Queensland residents, who joined tunnel tours in December 2009 to gain a preview of the near-finished project. On opening, 50,000 residents participated in the CLEM7 fun run.
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