Transforming a former beachside eyesore into an eye-catching, modern recreational facility involved multiple challenges.
Before construction could commence, Partek was responsible for removing the existing Brighton Surf Life Saving Club, which was clad with asbestos, and the partial demolition of the existing gear store.
The new two-storey structure involved the construction of complex concrete floor and intricate wall structures and a metal-clad curved roof. To maintain the striking architectural features of the building, Partek carried out intricate detailing and steelwork with roof-framing and fascias curved in two directions.
Work crews had to operate within a restricted construction area and in challenging weather conditions to complete the project within demanding timelines, strict quality controls and budget constraints.
Architect: IA Design
Architect: Tesseract International
Architect: Studio Nine Architects
Architect: Edge Architects
Architect: Brown Falconer
Architect: Cheesman Architects
“The attention to detail and the flexibility across the project was evident as no challenge along the way was too difficult to overcome. Overall the final product was first class, the project was completed on time and on budget.”
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