Construction of new $1.65m Mobil service station to begin
CONSTRUCTION of a new $1.65m Mobil service station at the Capricorn Coast Homemakers Centre is set to begin next month.
Procon Developments submitted its plans for the facility with Livingstone Shire Council stating earthworks, landscaping and infrastructure were anticipated to commence in November.
It is estimated the construction will take 21 weeks.
Construction work will be limited to the hours between 6.30am and 6.30pm on weekdays and Saturdays.
Any noisy works are prohibited on Sundays.
A contractor for the works has not yet been appointed.
The service station will have a shop, food and drink outlet, maintenance repair servicing, vehicle washing, trailer hire and compressed air supply.
There would be four bowsers and the site will be accessed from Arthur St.
Plans were also lodged for the landscaping works at Bunnings Yeppoon which are valued at $66,179.
Ground broke on the site of the new Bunnings last week with Queensland builder De Luca Corporation appointed the tender.
Hungry Jacks and Gus’ Coffee will also be constructed at the site.
All shops are expected to open in the second quarter of 2021.
Read the previous stories on the Capricorn Coast Homemakers Centre here.
See a story from last month about plans to build a Mobil service station in Rockhampton, just metres from a BP.