Keeping score of costs for sporting venue projects
Robb Partners can ensure your next sport or recreation project is a winner with solid data, risk assessments and procurement strategies to inform your decision-making process. Results from our work to date with community organisations and local governments have ensured confidence from our clients and their repeat business.
Our extensive quantity surveying experience delivers reliable results from feasibility to delivery, while our flexible approach allows the best solutions to be developed and implemented for the needs of your project.
Sport and recreation project experience
Mount Barker Regional Sports Hub
Client: Mount Barker District Council
Location: Mount Barker, Adelaide Hills, SA
This sporting facility was built with the aim of becoming a prime destination for sports and community recreation in the Adelaide Hills. Engaged directly by the Mount Barker District Council, Robb Partners was contracted to provide project management assistance, cost advice and project advisory services through the design stages of this project.
Across the duration of the build, we assisted the project leader and sat on the tender evaluation panel to review and advise the best submissions to fulfil the project’s objectives.
Women’s Memorial Playing Fields
Client: Department for Infrastructure and Transport
Location: Adelaide, SA
The Women’s Memorial Playing Fields were originally constructed in the 1950s in response to a lack of playing areas for sporting women. In 2019, RPC was appointed as the cost manager for a refurbishment project that will see playing surfaces refurbished, and both the clubhouse and associated facilities upgraded, at the St Mary’s site in Adelaide’s south.
Our role was to provide upgraded pitches, new changerooms and a refurbished clubroom facility. During the masterplanning stage we provided cost advice that allowed the brief to be refined after confirming that better value for spend would be achieved through building a new clubroom rather than refurbishing the existing facilities. Modular construction of one of the changerooms was also explored with a view to saving time and money on that portion of the works.