Progress continues at the Logan Metro Sports Complex where Logan City Council are building a new 'home of football' which will house the new Brisbane Roar Training Centre.
Although weather events over the past few months have set back some minor works, the main sections of the outer Complex build have been continuing.
The premier field which will be used by the Brisbane Roar Hyundai A-League side has been stolonised.
Stolonising is done by a special planting machine which chops mature turf into stolons and plants plugs into the ground.
Stolons are the runners across the ground from which you get roots. This method is used to create a better and deeper root establishment and therefore healthier field.
Civil works on the site are nearing completion, with roadways around the new fields and buildings areas complete.
Field lighting will commence shortly as Logan City Council begin works on the outer perimeter of the fields.
Locations for changerooms and administrative buildings are leveled and final surveying is being complete before building works on the change room will commence as soon as the site is dry enough to progress concrete pours on the footings.
Brisbane Roar hope to start training and working out of the complex from January 2018.