Fairlea Reserve Netball Courts

Project completion May 2022
Location Fairlea, VIC
Client Parks Victoria
Sectors Community infrastructure, Sports and recreation

Supported by funding from the Victorian Government's Opportunities in Victorian Parks initiative, the Fairlea Reserve Netball Courts project aimed to revitalise an underused section of the reserve by installing eight netball courts and a shared-use pavilion, providing enhanced sporting access for local netball clubs and school teams.

The project involved the construction of eight concrete netball courts and a shared-use pavilion. We also took care of asphalt access car parks, electrical and light pole installations, stormwater drainage, onsite detention tank installation, landscaping, and modular building construction, delivery, installation, and fit-out.

The site's heritage listing required close collaboration with archaeologists to document sections of the mid-1800s asylum, preserving the site's history. Working alongside Parks Victoria and stakeholders, Symal effectively managed the presence of contaminated material onsite, pioneering the innovative repurposing of excess material in adjacent sporting areas and creating raised viewing and landscaped areas to reduce disposal costs.

  • Symal Infrastructure
  • | Civil construction
  • | Hard and soft landscaping
  • | Community infrastructure
  • | Sports and recreation

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