Rossiter Pavilion & Playing Field – The award winning project for Best Public Use Building
(Formerly known as Piara Waters (South) Pavilion & Playing Field)
Rossiter Pavilion and Playing Field for the City of Armadale, is located in the Holland Park Private Estate in Piara Waters. The 38,000m2 community centre site consists of a large pavilion and four changerooms and is fully landscaped. A BBQ and seating area together with a nature based playground and full size playing field is open and available to the local community.
This was an exciting opportunity for Alita to partner with the City of Armadale and provide the community with a facility for sporting clubs and community groups to gather.
Alita Constructions were awarded the Best Public Use Building in the category $5-$10 million range.
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Architect: Fratelle Group
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“The partnership between the City and State Government provides an ideal solution to easing pressure on local sports fields and facilities,” he said.
“It’s a great outcome for residents as it will form part of an important education and community precinct to service the fast growing community.”
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Watch as approximately 24,000m2 of lawn is laid at our Rossiter Pavilion and Playing Field project for the City of Armadale. (formerly known as Piara Waters (South) Pavilion and Playing Field).
With only 7 weeks to go until practical completion, the Piara Waters (South) Pavilion Project for City of Armadale is still on track with the landscaping, carpark, oval and final internal fit-offs all scheduled for completion in the coming weeks.
Look up in the sky! Its a bird! Its a plane! No…. that’s a tree.
This morning a Pyrus Chanticleer tree was transplanted into the courtyard area at our Piara Waters (South) Pavilion Project for City of Armadale.
The Piara Waters (South) Pavilion Project for the City of Armadale has been progressing well. In the past few weeks the structural steel has been installed and the internal fitout has begun. The bricklayers are midway installing the 45 000 bricks required to form the internal walls. At the same time the roof plumbing contractors have started the guttering and roof sheeting and the service trades have begun installing pipework and cabling in the main pavilion. Mechanical services are due to start installing early next week with the external door and window frames are scheduled for early November. It is expected that the the main pavilion will be watertight within 4 weeks.
Watch as many truck loads of sand are brought in and spread for the carpark and building pad at the Piara Waters (South) Pavilion Project. All Civil, Electrical and Hydraulic undergrounds have now been installed. The slabs have since been poured and the concrete tilt panels are currently getting made on site.