Melbourne Landscaper Red’s Landscaping and Civil has begun landscaping work at the Mill Park Leisure Centre.

About the Mill Park Leisure Landscaping Project

Building facilities by CICG

The redevelopment of the facilities is being completed by CICG Pty ltd. The improvements to the facilities include group fitness rooms, weight training and cardio areas and 3 new swimming pools.

Swimming Pool Facilities by CICG

The existing swimming pool will be improved to include an all abilities ramp and retiling.

In summary;

  • An upgraded 25 metre pool including complete re-tiling and the installation of an all abilities ramp
  • Three new pools, including:
    • One for leisure, with water play equipment
    • One for swimming lessons
    • A new warm water program pool with ramp access

 

Commercial landscaping of the Public Space by Melbourne Landscaper Red’s Landscaping and Civil

The commercial landscaping part of the project includes outdoor gym equipment, barbecues and play equipment.

  • Plain concrete paving
  • Coloured exposed aggregate concrete pavements
  • Granitic pavements consisting of fine grained, brown, natural granitic gravel compacted to 75mm.
  • Timber edging
  • Concrete edging
  • Quality Imported topsoil to Australian Standard 2223 Garden soils for domestic use.
  • Rain Garden
  • Raised insitu concrete planter garden beds beds
  • Dromana granite mulch
  • Concrete bench seats timber clad
  • Reinstated turf
  • Synthetic turf on 135mm sub base
  • Wet pour rubber soft fall play surfaces. Including a cushion layer is to be comprised of Recycled SBR Tyre Rubber with a top layer of EPDM.
  • Insitu Concrete stairs
  • Picnic settings – ‘Urbania’ steel frame seat and table with Enviroslat Recycled Battens
  • Bench seats ‘Urbania’ steel frame seat with Enviroslat Recycled Battens.
  • Bike rack
  • Barbecue – Christie ‘A Series’ Double Bench Barbecue with electric cooktop
  • Council bollards
  • Play units Lappsett Flora climbing track Gnomes Climbing Forest, Kompan 1100mm Net Twister in ground

Melbourne Landscaper Red’s Landscaping and Civil at work at Mill Park

 

Hardscaping by Melbourne Landscaper Red’s Landscaping and Civil

The commercial hardscaping part of the project included in-situ concrete stairs and retaining walls as well as outdoor exercise equipment with soft rubber sports surfaces.

Insitu Concrete seats by Melbourne Landscaper Red’s Landscaping and Civil

 

Melbourne Landscaper. In-situ concrete curved stairs

In-situ concrete curved seating.  Mill Park Leisure redevelopment

 

 

Melbourne Landscaper - Concrete in-situ steps Mill Park Leisure centre.

Melbourne Landscaper – Concrete in-situ steps Mill Park Leisure centre.

 

Melbourne Landscaper - Concrete pour into formwork Mill Park Leisure Centre

Melbourne Landscaper – Concrete pour into formwork to create an insitu concrete feature -Mill Park Leisure Centre

 

 

Concrete pour into formwork Mill Park Leisure Centre

Casting the concrete into place. Concrete pour into formwork Mill Park Leisure Centre

 

Softscaping by Melbourne Landscaper Red’s Landscaping and Civil

The commercial softscaping part of the project includes the planting of thousands of indigenous and Australian native trees.

Also included;

  • Lawn areas of Village Green Kikuyu

 

Project Funding

The Mill Park Leisure Centre redevelopment has been jointly funded by local Government and the State Government of Victoria.  For the entire project funding of $25 million, the State Government of Victoria  has contributed $5 million towards the project. The Growing suburbs fund has contributed $2 million and a further $3 million has been contributed by the  Community Sport Infrastructure Fund.

How the finished Mill Park Leisure landscaping, gym, swimming pools  and other facilities will look

To be continued as the landscaping project progresses.

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About the Growing suburbs fund

Growing Suburbs Fund

The Growing Suburbs Fund supports investment in critical local infrastructure in Melbourne’s diverse and fast-growing interface councils.

Victorian Government Growing Suburbs fund

 

About the Community Sport Infrastructure Fund.

 

Community Sports Infrastructure Stimulus Program

The Victorian Government is investing $68 million to build and upgrade community sports facilities across the state. Not only will the investment support local sporting clubs, it will create jobs and boost Victoria’s economic recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Victorian Government Community Sports Infrastructure Fund