The Bachrach Naumburger Group of Companies are enormously excited to be awarding stages 1 and 2 of its Shoreline projects to Coffs Harbour Builder FM Glenn Pty Ltd.   FM Glenn are a third-generation family builder who have worked very closely with the Bachrach Naumburger Group since 1970.

The $7million dollar early works contract has now been finished and the main contract works for stages 1 and 2 are set to commence in early January 2020.

Stages 1 and 2 will include the construction of a 120-bed care facility and 74 independent living units, resort style community centre and large pool. Construction of stages 1 and 2 will go for approximately 28 months. The project will create more than 180 jobs which will be mostly locally sourced.

A display room showing part of a typical Independent Living Unit is being opened at Park Beach Plaza opposite Ritchies Supa IGA as at today.

Steve Gooley, the General Manager of the Bachrach Naumburger Group stated “The great news for the senior residents of Coffs Harbour is that we have now ‘green lighted’ this project and we will have people moving into this fantastic development by June 2022.  The Residential Care Facility will be a ‘state of the art’ 120 bed ‘high needs’ facility.”

“The Shoreline boasts a resort style community centre, a pool, walking trail, extensive gardens and recreation facilities in a secure gated community”.

“The building and construction jobs created through this development will be astronomical.  We are enormously proud to continue our strong relationship with FM Glenn. The relationship is certainly both long standing and strong.

Max Glenn worked very closely with the late Max Naumburger in the 70’s building and developing Cox Bros which was the first supermarket at Park Beach Plaza.

“The late Wayne Glenn then built the multi award winning Gateway House in 2009. Along with the Plaza Medical Centre and many other buildings. The third generation of FM Glenn is just about to start the biggest project ever undertaken by the building group. “The Shoreline.”

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