More than 50 creditors are owed some $1.2 million, and a job at an elite school was left unfinished after a Gold Coast construction company was liquidated.
W3D Constructions Pty Ltd, owned by Ross Wolbers, the son-in-law of prominent Gold Coast developer Norm Rix, went into liquidation on December 7.
The company was building multimillion-dollar projects at The Southport School (TSS) where Mr Wolbers, 57, was an old boy, The Gold Coast Bulletin reports.
The works reportedly involved a sporting pavilion and day boarders facility, both of which have not yet been completed.
TSS is one of Queenslands most prestigious private schools, educating boys from preschool (kindergarten) through to year 12.
The Anglican day and boarding school has the large…
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