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Facility Design Assessment

A Design Assessment should be conducted on any proposed development or refurbishment which will incorporate an aquatic environment. Taking a Risk Management approach, the assessment is aimed at providing expert water safety and facility design information to Councils, architects, developers, builders and management bodies.

Through the understanding of the need for a balance of form, function, operational efficiency, safety and amenity it is possible to ensure that potential risks and hazards are addressed prior to completion and that the facility is able to integrate the safety and recreational needs of the intended users. The process can also ensure that facilities are being designed in line with the applicable industry guidelines and Australian Standards.

Service cost (incl GST):

Public pools – $4000
Learn to Swim / School pools – $3000
Hotel / Private pools – $3000

Recent Public Facility Projects

  • Aquapulse: Wyndham City Council
  • Ascot Vale Leisure Centre: Moonee Valley City Council
  • Greater Bendigo Indoor Aquatic and Wellbeing Centre: City of Greater Bendigo
  • Eltham Leisure Centre: Nillumbik Shire Council
  • Oak Park Aquatic Centre: Moreland City Council
  • Bairnsdale Aquatic Centre: East Gippsland Shire Council
  • Carlton Baths: City of Melbourne
  • Leisurelink: City of Greater Geelong
  • Aquanation: Maroondah City Council
  • Noble Park Aquatic Centre: City of Greater Dandenong
  • PARC: Frankston City Council
  • Aqualink Box Hill: City of Whitehorse
  • Warragul Aquatic Centre: Baw Baw Shire Council
  • GESAC: Glen Eira City Council
  • Watermarc: Banyule City Council
  • Hawthorn: City of Boroondara

Recent Private Facility Projects

  • Victorian Institute of Sport
  • Caulfield Grammar School
  • Pegasus
  • Club Jubilee
  • Starfish Swim School
  • The Emerald
  • Lakeside Lara
  • 227 Toorak Road
  • 3 Yarra Street

Recent Out of State Facility Projects

  • Devonport Aquatic Centre: Tasmania
  • Gungahlin Leisure Centre: ACT

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