CRONULLA PARK PCYC
The PCYC is a functional, cost-effective and robust facility in a prime location on the corner of Kingston and Compton roads in Slacks Creek. The brief asked for a prominent landmark building with an inviting street appeal. The design and functions of the PCYC are diverse with many distinct operational elements within the PCYC that needed to operate independently whilst also being able to be monitored and controlled from a central area.
The project team proposed a unique approach to amenities and change rooms via an NCC BCA performance solution. All facilities are unisex and able to be closed or opened-up and shared between the differing departments of the building. The project had many challenges including building over a former landfill site, DTMR land resumptions and construction during the peak of covid lockdowns.
Client feedback has been very positive since opening the new Logan PCYC.
Quote from the Project Manager:
“Peddle Thorp have delivered design services for a major depot redevelopment and a PCYC development for Council. The service provided by Peddle Thorp and their nominated sub-consultant team has been excellent. The experienced design team have a proactive approach to the design process. The team quickly gain a strong understanding of the project requirements through workshops and site visits with the user groups. Using this understanding, they develop the design with close involvement with the client. The documentation at each design stage has been thorough and well-coordinated. Peddle Thorp take ownership of the design and have provided innovative and efficient solutions to many aspects of the designs. The team ensure that their Quantity Surveyor has a close involvement throughout the design process to manage the project budget. They have been easy to work with and effective in explaining design constraints and solutions to stakeholders. Overall the service provided by Peddle Thorp has been professional and of a very high quality.”
Jason Chin, Capital Delivery Coordinator, Logan City Council
Logan City Council