Aquatic, sports and leisure centres are health, recreational, and social facilities that play an important role in the well-being of communities. Incorporating sustainability in this type of facilities is thus not just about increasing their efficiency, but also about creating an environment that fosters a healthy life-style, social interaction, and a sense of place.
A sports pavilion for Athletics and Hockey facilities at the Bridge Road Recreation Reserve
The Craigieburn Regional Aquatic & Leisure Centre is expected to reduce GHG emissions by 55% compared to an equivalent reference building, thus contributing to achieve the objectives outlined in the Hume City Council Greenhouse Action Plan.
The Stadium extension provides a venue for sports events and other cultural activities including performances. The design team have endeavoured to provide a functional space that can cater for a range of different activities.
A new sporting facility with extensive glazing benefited from the JV3 assessment approach