Oval and Park Redevelopments

Ovals and Parks - Sports & Rec - Samson PSJPG

About the project:

Porter Consulting Engineers have been involved in the redevelopment of a number of ovals, parks and synthetic courts in both metropolitan and regional Western Australia. These projects include liaison with Authorities, the application of the latest industry standards and administration of contracts. Many involve complex works with an extended consultant team to deliver the project successfully.

Project detail:

Our civil engineering scope typically includes undertaking traffic assessments and site servicing investigations. We can prepare preliminary design options for consideration by the Client, including indicative construction costs for the project to support funding applications or budgetary purposes. In conjunction with the Project Team we would then progress the detailed designs through to approvals and tender and then undertake construction administration.

Below is a brief summary of the projects we have completed:

  • Netball and multi-sport court resurfacing at Wilson Park in Rivervale for the City of Belmont – our team are presently engaged to assist with the reworked basecourse, asphalt surfacing and an acrylic playing surface with painted lines for netball.  Our scope includes design, specifications and providing technical advice and inspections during construction phase of both the courts and sports lighting at the precinct.
  • Charles Riley Reserve redevelopment in North Beach for the City of Stirling – our team were engaged as lead engineer to prepare detailed design of main carpark, 2 external carparks and oval extension works for the regional open space which caters for 7 different sports..  We also coordinated all common services and building elevations to ensure seamless tie in.  The project was completed in October 2015 with an estimated project budget of $10m.
  • Bert Jeffrey Park in Murdoch for the City of Melville – our team initially undertook a servicing constraint and capacity investigation initially for the proposed development of changing rooms and kiosk on the site.  Our scope included identification of servicing requirements for the site (electrical, communications, drainage, gas, water and wastewater) and providing indicative development costs.  We were later engaged recently to prepare detailed designs and provide superintendence.  The project was completed in May 2021.
  • Jubilee Oval at Northam Recreation Centre for the Shire of Northam.

PCE’s professional team are experienced in working within a multidisciplinary team and provide documentation in a seamless manner. We are market leaders in the civil design of sporting facilities and will bring our expertise to all projects.

Oval and Park Redevelopments

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