Fairbrother was engaged by the City of Greater Bendigo to carry out the Queen Elizabeth Oval Kiosk and Amenities project, to accommodate the growing recreational needs of the community.
The curved kiosk and amenities block provides the football and cricket clubs with a new kiosk and storage facilities, while also providing new male and female toilets for the public.
A mix of red and glazed white bricks were used throughout the build, with steel feature screens and gates used within the facilities. Feature plywood was also used on the underside of the eaves and toilet ceilings to great effect.
The landscaping package for the project included restoration of the prominent heritage gates, modification and upgrade to the existing fencing, extensive paving, exposed concrete seating and large curved steel seating capped with timber.
The kiosk was fitted out with stainless steel benching and commercial grade fryers and cooktop.
Fairbrother worked with the sub-contractors involved in the project, to ensure that items with long lead times were procured in a timely fashion in order to meet the tight programme requirements of the project.
The Queen Elizabeth Oval Kiosk and Amenities project enables the City of Greater Bendigo to cater for the growing needs of the Central Victorian community. Fairbrother is proud to have been involved in a successful project, which was completed on time and on budget.