The build site for the new Westpac Gold Coast station is about to get a facelift.
The $3.8 million building lift station is expected to be up and running by March.
The building lifts are being installed at the Gold Coast’s Hornby Station, a major development in the city’s west.
It is a major change for the Hornby line, which is already the largest train station in the world with more than 1,000 trains.
It comes at a time when there is growing concern about the impact of noise and noise pollution on local residents, as well as other visitors.
The Hornby building lifts and station are expected to have a number of positive and negative impacts, according to Gold Coast Council.
The lifts will remove some of the noise and vibration from the station and reduce the frequency of the trains that pass through it.
The lift station also provides access to the main train depot area.
It also includes the Hornsby-based train operator’s station, which was previously located on the site.
It was originally planned to be a single-station, single-deck facility, but is now being upgraded with two-level platforms and a two-car platform.
The Gold Coast city has been under construction for about two years, with the Goldcoast Rail Link coming online in 2018.
The city is still working out the details of the site’s design, but will likely move forward with the building lift upgrades once the site is ready for them.