Chevallum Industrial Park is shaping up to welcome a stellar lineup of organisations preparing to take their place on South East Queensland’s thriving Sunshine Coast.
Underpinned by a rich history of good old-fashioned family values, innovation and customer care – the vision for Chevallum Industrial Park has never wavered.
Occupying a prime position in the Sunshine Coast Enterprise Corridor and backed by decades of experience, it provides the ideal foundation for growth, expansion and adaptation to future business needs.
Managing Director of GeoDrill Australia, Tom Partleton, said the company chose Chevallum Industrial Park following a period of growth.
Mr Partleton said, “We’re a family owned and operated business, and over the past 12 months have experienced rapid expansion which has seen our workforce grow from 12 to 30 team members.”
“We needed a larger premises and wanted to create an environment where people would be proud to come to work. Where people would be proud to tell their families and friends, ‘that’s where I work’.
“We purchased two lots – 3,800m² and 3,500m² – meaning we will occupy the second biggest site at the industrial park after Toll Group.
“Having easy access to the Bruce Highway, and being located a short distance from our preferred suppliers at nearby Kunda Park and Nambour was key for us. Chevallum’s central location on the Sunshine Coast provides us with that.
“We’re hopeful the latter part of 2020 will see us up and running at the new location.”
GeoDrill Australia is an exploration, geotechnical and water bore drilling company.
Serving clients including BHP Billiton, Anglo American and Middlemount Coal, GeoDrill Australia have also pioneered and developed a cloud-based software management system which offers the customer real-time access to onsite drilling data.
With more than 40 years experience Australian owned company, Alspec Aluminium, specialises in the design and distribution of innovative aluminium systems to the residential, industrial, home improvement and architectural markets.
Providing a range of transport and logistics solutions through an extensive global network across 1,200 locations in more than 50 countries – Toll Group brings over 125 years of experience in providing road, sea, air and rail logistics solutions to help customers meet their supply chain needs.
With transport and logistics problems solved, organisations choosing to call Chevallum Industrial Park home will further reap the benefits of an $812.95 million upgrade of the Bruce Highway, scheduled for completion in late 2020.
Construction is now underway across two significant work zones, involving the Bruce Highway, Sunshine Motorway, Caloundra Road and Steve Irwin Way to deliver greater efficiency, improved safety, reduced traffic congestion and capacity to cater for future strategic transport requirements.
Master-planned and ready for a range of businesses including manufacturing, showrooms, commercial office space, storage and more, Chevallum Industrial Park offers a rare opportunity to secure large format sites that are no longer available in the CBD.
Managing Director of Colliers Sunshine Coast, Nick Dowling confirms that despite a universally tumultuous start to 2020, interest in Chevallum Industrial Park has remained robust.
With the majority of lots being sold to owner occupiers, Mr Dowling said, “Enquiry has remained strong since January from both owner occupiers and developers looking to take advantage of the location adjoining the Bruce Highway.
“Many buyers have taken on multiple lots, demonstrating the demand for larger lots in this location.”
Contact Nick Dowling at Colliers Sunshine Coast today, to secure your position.