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Brisbane City Council (BCC) is calling on tenders for the $200 million Geebung rail overpass project.
Tenders have until August 10 to lodge their tender response.
Last month, a BCC spokesman said it was expected there would be a total of 31 residential, nine commercial and eight partial commercial resumptions to make way for the overpass.
He also said five businesses would be required to relocate.
BCC was expected to issue notices of intention to resume this month.
The overpass is jointly funded by the State Government and BCC.
Member for Nudgee Jason Woodforth said residents would see some ``major demolition'' in September and a BCC spokesman said construction would start next year.
Construction is expected to be finished in 2014.
This article first appeared on www.couriermail.com.au
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