Bob the builder has been shutting down.
The Brisbane-based builder has said it has a “good run” at the Brisbane Convention Centre and expects to continue operating at the venue.
Key points:Bob the builder said it is “working hard to ensure the future of our business is as bright as possible”Bob the Builder says it has “a good run” and expects “to continue operating” at Brisbane Convention centreThe company said it would be closing down for two weeks for a refurbishment process that will begin in JanuaryMr Cramer, who runs the Brisbane-built Bobs Builder and Construction company, said the closure was part of the company’s ongoing process of upgrading and relocating to a new facility.
He said he was “confident” the company would be able to resume business in 2018.
“We are going to be in a position to continue to operate our business, continue to build, grow, and deliver new construction in 2018 and beyond,” he said.
“However, we need to be prepared for the challenges of the future.”
Bobs Builder founder Bob Cramer said he is “confidant” his business will be back at the convention centre.
Mr Crams building supplies and construction company had shut down its doors at the Queensland Convention Centre (QCC) on January 29.
The Queensland Government said it had decided to shut down Bobs builder for a two-week refurbishment, which will take place in January.
Queensland Government announced it was closing down Bob thebuilder, but it’s unclear what will happen to the company.
“The Queensland government has decided to close down Bob’s Builder, its owner, in order to conduct a refurbish,” Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said in a statement.
“It is unclear what the future holds for the company or its operations.”
I have ordered a taskforce to review the situation, and I look forward to working with the Queensland Government to ensure that Bob’s builder remains at its former location at the QCC.
Bobs builder closed down in late January after it failed to meet the QCA’s minimum occupancy standards.
In a statement on Monday, the company said the refurbishment would take place between January 1 and the end of February.”
There will be some changes to the layout and services provided at the new facility,” it said.
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