Sports & Leisure Projects

  • St Kilda Football Club

    The redevelopment of the training facilities at the St Kilda AFL Football Club included the addition of football club administration space, club training facilities, gymnasium, multipurpose areas, a basketball court and an indoor swimming pool.

  • Mars Stadium, Ballarat

    Mars Stadium, formally known as Eureka Stadium, was redeveloped to become a regional Australian Football League (AFL) venue.

  • North Melbourne Football Club

    The project overhauled the club’s training facilities, adjacent to the existing Arden Street Oval.

  • Traralgon Sports Stadium Redevelopment

    The Traralgon Sports Stadium redevelopment delivers a multipurpose facility to host a wide range of events.

  • Eltham Leisure Centre Redevelopment

    The redevelopment of the Eltham Leisure Centre included numerous additional facilities to complement the existing dry fitness and program spaces.

  • Gurri Wanyarra Wellbeing Centre

    Located at Kangaroo Flat, the new Wellbeing Centre will provide the City of Greater Bendigo with a state-of-the-art facility for the regional community.

  • Gippsland Regional Aquatic Centre

    Forming the centrepiece of the LaTrobe Valley Sports and Leisure Infrastructure, the Aquatic Centre will feature a range of facilities for competitive swimming, leisure and general use.

  • East Keilor Leisure Centre

    The new Aquatic Leisure Centre in Melbourne is being developed to replace the existing facilities as part of the first stage of an overall sports precinct.

  • Essendon Football Club

    The elite new training facility provides a range of training amenities, including a gymnasium, hot and cold recovery spas, lecture theatre, running track and two AFL standard external football grounds.

  • State Netball & Hockey Centre

    The redevelopment of the State Netball & Hockey Centre in Victoria builds on what is already a world-class sporting facility.

  • Whitten Oval, Victoria

    The project consists of the training facilities for the Western “Bulldogs” AFL Football Club as well as club administration and retail facilities.

  • Ascot Vale Leisure Centre, Victoria

    Included in this multi-purpose facility are four pools including a learn-to-swim pool and a hydrotherapy pool.

  • Launceston Aquatic Centre, Tasmania

    Opened in May 2009, the Launceston Aquatic Centre offers state-of-the-art aquatic and leisure facilities.

  • Gungahlin Leisure Centre

    The new Centre in Canberra includes a 50 m competition pool, 25 m learn to swim pool, toddlers pool and water play area.

  • Frankston Basketball Stadium, Victoria

    Stage 1 works will include the construction of an additional four (4) courts including a 2,000 seat show court at the current six (6) court Frankston basketball stadium.

  • Bendigo Stadium Expansion

    The expansion of Bendigo Stadium will provide three new indoor multipurpose courts, including a new centre showcourt.

  • Aquanation

    The new Centre in Ringwood, Victoria, includes a 50 m competition pool, FINA compliant dive pool, learn to swim and hydrotherapy pools.

  • WaterMarc Leisure Centre

    The iconic Leisure Centre in Greensborough offers state-of-the-art aquatic facilities, owned by the Banyule City Council.