Member for Mulgrave Curtis Pitt today announced more than $14,000 in funding for Bentley Park
College as part of the Bligh Government’s Special Building Needs program.

Mr Pitt said the funding would enable the school to replace the water damaged ceilings to a number of
rooms in Block M including the Boys, Girls, Staff, Disabled Toilets, Cleaners room and Cleaners Staff

“This funding is great news for the students, parents and teachers of Bentley Park College – I know
this work is important to the entire school community,” Mr Pitt said.

Mr Pitt said he was delighted the government was able to provide this funding boost through the
Department of Public Works’ Special Building Needs program.

“The Special Building Needs program was developed in addition to existing maintenance programs to
provide extra funding for projects that arise in the course of the year or are unable to be completed by
the school because of the cost,” he said.

“This funding demonstrates the Bligh Government’s commitment to maintaining public infrastructure for
the benefit of the community.

“It also ensures we are on the path to achieving our Towards Q2 targets of a stronger, smarter, fairer

The work will be programmed for completion as soon as possible, with every effort being made to
minimise disruption to the day to day running of the school.

QBuild – the State Government’s construction and maintenance division – will manage the project.