This state-of-the-art 3,000m2 facility is the result of an exciting collab between Collingwood Football Club and Monash University, injecting $11M into the upgrade of the old heritage Listed Holden Centre AKA ‘Glasshouse’ (1956 Olympic Games Swimming venue).
The vision for this project was driven by the combined needs of the sports associations and the local community, delivering on the promise of an experience venue housing a multitude of sports facilities.
The new sports hub now provides next level training and support spaces for the AFL and AFLW. Key project features include new changerooms, coaching spaces, and a state-of-the-art wellness centre fit for peak conditioning services such as physiotherapy, cryotherapy, float tanks, saunas, steam rooms and a gym. A new visitor centre was introduced featuring a shop and museum. The addition of the new sports property room and refurbishments to the research laboratories, café, education and media hub were also essential elements of the upgrade lifting the experience for visitors to each venue.
Our Melbourne team meticulously managed this complex build in a live environment across six stages, whilst ensuring visitor access and comfort was maintained.
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