2C News - December 2019
Welcome to 2C News for December 2019.
Not sure what happened to 2019 but Christmas is here and we wish everyone a safe, happy and joyous Christmas and New Year period.
We've had a prosperous and active year delivering over $100m worth of projects in education, commercial, sports, streetscape and civil works. Phew !! ....Here's an update of what's happening.
Recently Completed Projects
Edithvale Life Saving Club
The new $5.1 million Edithvale Life Saving Club is a community asset that provides state-of-the art facilities to club members and the greater community. It accommodates a new kiosk, office, multi-purpose room, observation patrol areas, open terraces and general public amenities. The continuous views of the horizon provides greater visibility to beach and the community that the Edithvale Life Saving Club serves. The Club is currently operating from the new facility - just in time for a busy summer
Sandringham Golf Course - Lake Expansion
The scope of work involved the expansion and relining of the existing water catchment. This included dewatering , modification and construction of pits, clearing of vegetation and tree removal, bulk excavation of approx 20,000m3 of material, relining the lake and construction of the weir wall and top-soiling. The new catchment was completed in time to assist Royal Melbourne with they're watering needs for the President's Cup Golf Tournament.
Kilora and Livingston Pavilions - City Of Casey
As part of the vision for the Australia's future most livable city, the City of Casey’s new $19.0m Kilora Sport Pavilion and Livingston Estate Pavilion reserves will actively support the recreational needs of new and established community groups. With completion scheduled for September 2020, the reserves are located on separate sites, comprising of new community facilities and sports grounds. Design features of the sports pavilions comprise of dynamic angular roof lines, highlight windows to maximise natural lighting and textural contrast to the building’s facade, providing depth and character.
Roy Dore Pavilion - City Of Kingston
The $6.0m Roy Dore Pavilion was designed with local sporting clubs and other community user groups to provide a leading sports facility incorporating a gym, kiosk, catering facility, meeting room, flexible community areas, radio room, change rooms, medical areas, storage and amenities. The set-back north glazed facade on the first level cantilevers over the ground level masonry facade, screened by metal mesh screens that encourage natural lighting and views through the surrounding balcony and terrace. Take a quick digital flight through the new facility below..
G.H Soppet Pavilion
The City of Kingston worked closely with local sporting clubs to develop the proposal for the new facility and restoration of the heritage significant G.H Soppet Pavilion. Works comprise the construction of a new, two-level building to support the growing number of club members, local sporting events and to promote and encourage female participation to sports. The first stage is due for handover shortly with heritage works to the old pavilion commencing straight after.
|Mosaic Community Pavilion and Sports Grounds
2Construct Management and the Project Team were delighted to attend the Official Opening of the City of Whittlesea's Mosaic Community Pavilion and are proud that their project will provide new facilities to the growing community in Lalor.
|Frankston Station Street Mall
The Hon. Marlene Kairouz MP, Minister for Suburban Development Paul Edbrooke MP, State Member for Frankston and Cr Sandra Mayer, Frankston City Mayor and Frankston City Councillors gave 2Construct an honourable mention at the official opening of the revitalisation project.
City Of Melbourne Lord Mayor, Sally Capp officially opened the new University Square project in Carlton. The new Square provides upgraded open space to the bustling university area.
|2Construct Golf Day
Thanks to 2Construct's strategic partners for swinging by our annual golf day event. Congratulations to the first place winners LOWE Electrical and runner up Oak Traffic Management.