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May 2007 Construction Update

The Visitor & Administration Building is now open and occupied!  Staff moved into their new offices in mid April, and the public is now welcome to visit our first floor visitor information area.

Preparations for planting the green roof, new collections and landscape are underway.  The old Administration Building will be demolished soon, and the new Entry Plaza built on its site.

Top right: QBG staff member at work in the new administrative offices.

Bottom right: View of the Visitor & Administration Building.

Photographs by Max Joel

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