Bargara residents and visitors will soon be able to relax in style as progress ramps up on the $8 million redevelopment of Sandhills Sports Club.
The development represents a significant upgrade to the sporting and community facilities offered by Sandhills Sports Club, formerly known as Bargara Bowls Club.
Ashley Cooper Construction is overseeing the redevelopment, and with an extensive history in hospitality building, the upgraded venue is sure to be the perfect place for customers to chill out on a lazy Sunday afternoon or wind down after a hectic day at work.
Project manager Aleks Mathewson said the redevelopment was in full swing and the project was due to be completed early next year.
“Construction is well under way, with the majority of the structure complete, as well as the external facade the building is really taking shape,” Aleks said.
“It certainly is a significant upgrade from the current club.
“The building designer BSPN Architecture have done a fantastic job in creating a visually appealing and functional sport club.”
BSPN Architecture previous projects include Broncos Leagues Club, Hercules Street Development in Hamilton and Normanby Hotel in Brisbane.
Aleks said the renovated Sandhills Sports Club would offer bistro and alfresco dining served from the state-of-the-art kitchen, an all-new lounge and sports bar that looks out over the newly revamped bowling greens, as well as a dedicated children’s area to keep the little ones entertained.
Aleks said site manager Luke White had enjoyed working closely with local contractors to upgrade the Sandhills Sports Club.
“We have been able to engage some local contractors, including Caneland Engineering who supplied and installed all the structural steel,” Aleks said.
“Baldwin Contracting are undertaking hydraulic/civil works and G James have supplied all the glazing.”
Additional car parking and a bus service have also been incorporated in to the redeveloped Sandhills Sports Club with a total of 106 car parks to be included.
- Earlier report: Bargara sports club looks to progress $8m upgrade