The project was split over two stages to complete the new purpose build
structures for the Australian Golf Club.
Stage one involved the construction of new storage and maintenance
facilities within the live golf course.
Works included significant excavation for the construction of the new
slabs, storage bays and two buildings. Services were brought more than
200 metres to service the facility (including disabled toilets), and a
new access road was constructed though the golf course.
Diesel and Fuel tanks were relocated and a cutting edge water treatment
plant was installed to allow a vastly improved re-use of water
programme to be undertaken by the club.
Stage two involved the construction of new purpose build structures
including a new administration building, staff amenities block,
workshop and equipment storage facility.
The new administration building consists of a new office and training
rooms, a new kitchen, male and female bathroom and shower amenities
further to an accessible bathroom and a new locker room for staff to
This fantastic new facility will give the Australian Golf Club the
ability to not only maintain their magnificent course, but also provide
the infrastructure to allow them to host future events such as The
Australian Open with ease.
All works were constructed within a live environment without impacting on
the day to day operation of the golf course.