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Date PostedJune 30, 2016

Hospital Upgrade Boosts Lismore Construction Activity



A recent article in Echonews.com.au highlighted the construction boom that Lismore is poised to undergo in the near future.

Apparently developers in Lismore are planning a number of projects as the city benefits from the enormous public sector investment into the Lismore Base Hospital, in addition to a number of other projects.

City council manager for economic development Mark Batten said the council had welcomed investment and launched the Lismore Prospectus last year.

If you’re planning on making the most of this booming construction sector in the area, whether you reside in Lismore currently or not, you must first complete general construction safety training and obtain a White Card as proof of having done so. This accreditation is nationally recognised, so once you complete the training online, the white card issued can be used in all states and territories.

See more at http://www.echonews.com.au/news/lismore-construction-boom-triggered-by-hospital-up/3048985/

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