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HIGHGATE RESERVE PAVILION

Craigieburn

Highgate Reserve Pavilion is located in Craigieburn, forty-five minutes north of Melbourne. The project, an shoot-off from the Tigers’ Punt road oval redevelopment, is a facility for the Richmond Football Club Reserves consisting of changes room with warm-up area, massage rooms, medical facilities and associated amenities. A further secondary change room can be divided to provide two smaller change rooms for junior teams. Facilities on the first floor include a 180 seat social club, as well as coaches boxes, 3rd umpire, statistician and media rooms all overlooking the oval.

CLIENT
Hume City Council
ARCHITECT
Suters Architects
SERVICES ENGINEER
Cortese Consultants
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER
JMP
QUANTITY SURVEYOR
DCWC
COMPLETION
November 2006
CONTRACT VALUE
$3.4 million

Success Factors

Acceleration of the original construction program to ensure project completion in time for commencement of the pre-season football training program. Liaison with multiple stakeholders throughout construction, including the Calder Canons and Richmond Football Clubs, to enable fine-tuning of fit-out requirements for the change rooms and function areas.

Liaison with multiple stakeholders throughout construction, including the Calder Canons and Richmond Football Clubs, to enable fine-tuning of fit-out requirements for the change rooms and function areas.

High profile community project with a dramatic architectural form requiring a high level of finishes both externally and internally.

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