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Frank Gibson Costello was born on 1903 in Australia. Discover Frank Gibson Costello’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 84 years old?

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Born 1903
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Date of death 1987
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Costello retired from the Queensland Government on 30 June 1969, but continued his involvement in part-time teaching at the Central Technical College (now part of Queensland University of Technology). He retired from teaching in 1975 and died on 19 June 1987.


In 1958, Costello was appointed to be an architect in the Public Works Department of the Queensland Government, where he mostly worked on the design of schools.


Between 1952 and 1958, Costello was in a private practice partnership with Harold Cook and Walter Kerrison.


In 1941 he became the City Architect for the City of Brisbane. In this role he designed a range of utilitarian structures such as electricity substations, public toilets and bomb shelters (during World War II). He also used his town planning skills to improve the Brisbane central business district by removing markets and wharves and introducing parks and gardens. He tried to introduce a green belt around Brisbane to maintain a separation from its satellite suburbs such as Sandgate, Wynnum, but there was opposition from those who would profit by the sale of the land for houses as well as fears that it would drive up prices within the green belt to unaffordable levels; following a successful legal challenge, the green belt proposal did not proceed. In 1952, the election victory of the Australian Labor Party in the Brisbane City Council resulted in many sackings of senior council staff including Costello.


He commenced his career as a cadet draftsman in the New South Wales public service. He became a registered architect in 1927. Between 1928 and 1931, he received a scholarship that allowed him to travel to Britain and Europe where he worked on a number of projects and travelled extensively. On returning to Australia, he worked in Sydney including undertaking teaching at the Sydney Technical College.


Frank Gibson Costello (1903–1987) was an architect in Australia, including many years with the Brisbane City Council. A number of his works are now listed on the Queensland Heritage Register.

Frank Costello was born in Sydney on 1 February 1903, the son of Richard and Isabella Costello. He attended North Sydney Boys High School and Sydney Technical College.