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In-line with Transurban Queensland’s commitment to sustainability, the Logan Enhancement Project team has been working with a number of community stakeholders to identify initiatives in which the team can give back and create a positive lasting legacy.
In the last week, this commitment has seen the team work with the Stretton State College on Illaweena Street, by way of supporting their annual Market Stall.
The team also donated the six shovels used at the recent start of construction/sod turning event to a local environmental group, the Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee. The shovels will be used by the committee’s three green armies that undertake planting and general bush clean-up along the extent of the go via network, including the Karawatha Forest.
Project Director, Andrew Baker, said giving back to the community, and creating a positive legacy was an important part of the construction of the Logan Enhancement Project.
“We welcome suggestions/input from other community groups on how we can work together to make a positive impact – simply call 1800 195 308 or email email@example.com,” Andrew said.