Builder in voluntary administration

Camp Kerr training area.
Camp Kerr training area. Craig Warhurst

GYMPIE contractors and suppliers could be more than $1million out of pocket following a lockdown at Camp Kerr yesterday and the voluntary appointment of administrators to St Hilliers Construction.

St Hilliers won the contract to carry out millions of dollars in building work at the army training base near Tin Can Bay as part of a $100m-plus refurbishment.

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