To help our clients be the best they can be Waterman strives for world’s best practice designs to deliver world-class facilities.

We know from experience how uplifting well designed and constructed leisure facilities can be for performers and users alike. Here at Waterman, we are able to provide multidisciplinary engineering, technical, and building services to help our clients realise their vision for state of the art leisure facilities or an inspirational sporting arena.

Our track record
Our multidisciplinary team has worked with many clients to deliver a range of outstanding sports and leisure projects, both here in Australia and in venues around the world.

We are proud to have been involved in high profile projects, such as delivering new training facilities for the Western Bulldogs and Essendon AFL Teams. No matter where in the world it is or the scale of the project we’re involved in, at Waterman, our focus is always on delivering cost-effective, sustainable solutions.

Experience and creativity
We work as a team with clients who have big dreams for the future and a clear vision of what they want to create in terms of sporting or leisure facilities. Modern sporting venues and leisure complexes have to reach out to a wider audience to be viable; as well as being a local stimulus for jobs, transport and infrastructure, they have to be designed with integrity and for sustainable use well into the future. So we don’t just help design new sporting arenas, theatres, libraries, aquariums, and other facilities, we also assist with overall planning, energy consultancy, infrastructure, and all of the technical requirements that 21st century projects require.

Getting the job done
Our talented building services consultants work as a team to provide solutions to support our clients. We have the experience and the proven ability to deliver well designed, sustainable buildings that meet both financial and environmental requirements.

Related 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.