Students have been given the opportunity to see first-hand how their artwork has been transformed into a silhouette before the life-size steel artworks go on display at Ripley Town Centre.
Dozens of job seekers have found work and a section of Bundamba Creek has been rejuvenated in a partnership between Sekisui House and Challenge Employment.
The $1.5 billion Ripley Town Centre has been recognised by the Green Building Council of Australia.
Set to reach a scale comparable to Springfield and North Lakes, Ripley Town Centre is destined to be the place to live, work, shop and play.
Ecco Ripley has paid tribute to one of its most beloved residents with the unveiling of Pebbles Park.
Sekisui House, developer of the $1.5bn Ripley Town Centre, partnered with Ipswich schools in a unique artwork campaign to be unveiled at the grand opening in May 2018.