The project involved the construction of a community centre/sporting pavilion incorporating multiple change rooms, shower and toilet facilities, and store rooms. The facility also required the construction of a main hall with dedicated meeting rooms, storage rooms, and kitchen facilities.
The project was completed using tilt panel concrete construction with a curved and split metal roof as per client specifications. As the site was situated on a public oval, access control was implemented throughout the duration of the works for public safety, especially during peak use periods. Secure fencing, hoarding and safety signage was used to ensure a divide between the two use zones and to maintain the security of the existing structure. Stringent site access protocol, including principal and agent induction procedures, regular tool box meetings and site inspections were a requirement of the works. Electrical, mechanical and hydraulic services were also successfully implemented (both internally and externally) during construction.