Barker Ryan Stewart was engaged by the Northern Beaches Council for the provision of traffic engineering services associated with the redevelopment of the Long Reef and Mona Vale Surf Life Saving Clubs.
Development approval has been granted for both the Long Reef and Mona Vale Surf Life Saving Clubs, and both clubs will soon be given a significant facelift.
The $6.9 million development at Long Reef will include the demolition of the existing surf club and the construction of three new buildings, including a two-storey clubhouse, gym, training room, function room and a proposed new amenities block.
Similarly, the $6.6 million development at Mona Vale will include the demolition of the existing surf club, and the construction of a new surf club building, including a café, restaurant, and function space.
The Northern Beaches Council has been working closely with both clubs and the local community to ensure the new developments will provide elite facilities for club members and the community, whilst at the same time fitting in with the natural environment.
Our scope of services included the provision of Construction Traffic Management Plans required for the construction phase for both clubs, which is set to commence towards the end of this year.
The Construction Traffic Management Plans will help to ensure the safe and controlled movement of traffic at each site during the demolition, excavation and building works to address potential traffic, access, car parking and pedestrian issues generated by the works.
Image sourced via Adriano Pupilli Architects.