PROJECTS – EDUCATION
Craig Davis College, Cordeaux Heights
|Client||Youth off the Streets|
|Type of Contract||Construction Management|
The refurbishment of the old Keelong Juvenile Justice Centre, involved the demolition and removal of inner structures and a complete refurbishment of this 20 000m2 site. The site has been transformed by Youth off the Streets into the Cordeaux Heights Centre for Youth.
The Centre has co-located residential and educational programs and will work with other local area service providers to facilitate a range of opportunities and services for disadvantaged young people between the ages of 12 and 18 years. The Centre was officially opened on 22 March 2013.
They provide a range of services as they work with young people in attempts to improve their direction and purpose in life
The works included, new lift and wheelchair platform lifts, modification to handrails and the elimination of steps as required throughout for compliance, painting and new floor finishes throughout and the refurbishment of an existing swimming pool. It also included the planning design and construction of a Dining/Presentation Hall and sporting facilities including; Basketball, Volleyball and Tennis Courts and a Football Oval.