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Sorrento Golf Club

Value: $9 million
Client: Sorrento Golf Club
Builder: Cooper Morison
Architect: Domaine Partners
Timing: 16 months

The redevelopment of the Sorrento Golf Club entailed the demolition of half the original building, a rebuild of 2 new levels plus a full major refurbishment.

The original 1907 historic clubhouse façade and verandah was fully restored to meet planning requirements and then merged together with the new build creating a uniform seamless building envelope on both levels.

Further works included raising the carpark to allow for a new ground enterance from carpark side, new bars, function rooms, large limestone clad desks, winter garden, new and enlarged buggy stores, member change rooms and amenities  a large gymnasium all of which were carfully tailored to the new design envelope.

Overall a great result which has receieved many accoldaes from its membership and committees.


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The Lakes Golf Club (NSW)

Value: $14 million
Client: The Lakes Golf Club
Builder: Cordukes
Architect: Darryl Jackson Robin Dyke
Timing: 18 months

The Lakes Golf Club was a total replacement of the original circular building. The process of building half the building, occupation, half the demolition of the building then completion of a 2nd half was a very well planned and methodical process that delivered a wonderful new clubhouse. 

Works on this first class facility included the new architectural designed clubhouse with all required member related amenity areas, increased function space, external decking administration areas, member change rooms, fine dining restaurant and improved indoor and outdoor golfing specifics to the practice fairways and greens which now provides a 280 metre driving range.


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Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club

Value: $14 million
Client: KLTC
Builder: Construction Engineering
Architect: Bruce Henderson Architects
Timing: 15 months

The main challenges for the Kooyong project included retaining the club member operational areas (although reduced) throughout as we worked around them safely and as less obtrusively as possible.

The project involved merging new design elements with muliple previous renovations with limited as built documentation. Thorough design development with architects or engineers, led to the ultimate success of this complicated project with time and costs being the biggest factors for this client. 

$14 million dollars worth of work squeezed into 15 months, between one Kooyong Classic  and the next. An intense, successful delivery for the club and its members.

 

 

KLTC Balcony Works

Value:          $500,000
Client:         
KLTC
Builder:       Nash Construction
Architect:    
Bruce Henderson Architects
Timing:        6 months

After sucessfully project managing the major build works for the club, Nash was provided with the opportunity to continue the relationship through the construction team. 

The works involved extending the outdoor terrace pergola outside the racquet club and modifications to the members BBQ area.


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Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club

Value: $4 million
Client: SSCBC
Builder: Becon Constructions
Architect: Bruce Henderson Architects
Timing: 18 months

The Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club redevelopment, while nestled on the beach front at Sorrento Foreshore, was undertaken with the presence of sand and a large cut into the embankment which was required to be completed using a design and construct metal sheet piling and anchoring system set well back into and under the sandy cliff.

Once sandbank forces were  secured, a concrete retaining wall system was completed as secondary line of defence.

The completion of projects involving sand and harsh weather conditions was all about strategic planning and a well versed consultant and construction team. The project was completed within strict time and budget constraints and met with great results from the SSBC board members. 

The well chosen finishes and materials are meeting the test and time for the locaton.


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Portsea Surf Life Saving Club

Value: $7 million
Client: PSLSC
Builder: tba
Architect: JW Sadler Architects | Carr Design
Timing: Due for completion 2018

The re-development of the Portsea Surf Life Saving Club will see the original existing 1970’s building demolished and in its place a new state of the art building created.

The current access road and timber bridge will be upgraded to provide increased operational capacity to Parks Victoria emergency services and oversee the advancement in surf life saving dynamics and its ever increasing desire for safer beaches.

The re-development will also incorporate greater member amenities and function ability for the club’s need to transition into the future.

An extensive value management process was undertaken to align with a revised construction methodology to better suit the complex nature of the site.


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Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron

Value: $15 million
Client: RMYS
Builder: Bellingham Marine +  Fitzgerald Constructions + Scarlett Contracting
Engineer: GHD
Timing: 15 months

Nash completed works with RMYS on their milestone re-development which included seawall extensions, a 250-berth boat marina and St Kilda pier upgrade works. The seawall works included extensions of both the north and south existing rock seawalls with specially designed groin and wave attenuators to provide protection from the elements for the new boat marina which has provided RMYS with a sate of the art marina facility to take them into the future.

The works also included the upgrade of services and re-construction of part of the pier in preparation for the proposed Parks Victoria sea pool to be constructed adjacent to iconic Kerby's Kiosk.


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Royal Yacht Club Victoria

Value: $12 million
Client: RYCV
Builder: TBA
Engineer: AW Maritime
Timing: Due for completion 2018

Located in the heart of Williamstown the new marina at the Royal Yacht Club of Victoria is the next natural step in the clubs ongoing pursuit of excellence and to maintain their position as a leading yacht club in Australia.

Works to the marina will see the existing piled marina replaced with a new floating marina, providing berthing for over 200 boats, including a purpose built sea wall arragement to create the ideal wave environment required for sucha a marina.


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