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  Capital Works

 
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CAPITAL WORKS




In order to achieve its Strategic Plan vision, MU Sport in the process of implementing three important capital projects. These three projects will deliver significant benefits to the various stakeholders that use the facilities of the Sports precinct, as well as the broader University community.

  1. The Sports Centre Refurbishment and External Spectator Seating.
  2. The Main Oval Pavilion Development
  3. The Sport Capital Improvement Plan
  4. Open Space Strategy
The planning and implementation of these important capital works is an exciting time for Clubs, Club members and individual users of the facilities in the Sporting Precinct. The three projects currently planned include the Sport Centre refurbishment, the replacement of the Main Oval Pavilion, and the Sport Capital Improvement Plan. The Sport Centre refurbishment construction was completed in March 2013, and the Main Oval Pavilion is expected to be completed in early 2014.  

The Sports Centre Refurbishment and External Spectator Seating.

The Sport Centre refurbishment project delivers a number of benefits to Sporting Clubs and to users of the Sports Centre and the adjacent athletics track and hockey pitch. The project includes the provision of social and meeting spaces, increased club storage, improvement to the squash courts with glass backs, refurbishment of the change facilities to include separate home and away rooms for training and competition and new spectator viewing areas adjacent to the hockey pitch and tennis courts.


The completed works has improved the facilities and services available to Clubs for training, game day and social activities.  MU Sport administration offices relocated to a new level 1 to enable the eventual relocation of the Spinning and Cardio box studios, which would create a Group  Fitness Hub around the Sports Centre Reception.
Construction commenced August 2012 and was completed in March 2013. 


The Sport Capital Improvement Plan

Melbourne City Council Open Space Strategy

A significant number of University Sporting Clubs operate in facilities in the City of Melbourne either at Princes or Royal Park. The City of Melbourne has prepared a draft Open Space Strategy to provide an overarching framework and strategic direction for open space planning for the next 15 years. As part of the preparation of the Open Space Strategy, a consultation process has occurred including the development of the Princes Park Master Plan.

As a critical area for Sporting Clubs and the broader University community a submission was prepared and submitted by MU Sport. A draft copy of the Princes Park Master Plan has been released recently and a Sports Forum called by the MCC to discuss the plan with University of Melbourne Clubs involved was held in August 2012. Further information is available here.

 
 
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