Angle Park, South Australia


Design and Construct


Department for Infrastructure and Transport (DIT)


17 months


A transformative sport and community hub for future generations

The extensive redevelopment of the multi-building community centre in Adelaide's Angle Park suburb included demolishing the current swimming pool and decommissioning and demolishing 14 of the 17 existing buildings, as well as modifying, upgrading and extending the remainder.

The Built Environs team managed the challenges in controlling the expansive 80,000m2 site and delivering works across a high groundwater area, resulting in the construction of modern facilities such as a theatre and childcare centre, swimming pools, car parks, public plazas, soccer pitches, services and landscaping.

The project was handed over in stages, with the swimming pools opening in time for the summer holidays, and the professional-grade soccer pitch the final facility to be delivered.

Fast Facts:

  • 80,000 m2 site
  • 6.84 hectares of open space developed
  • New 25 m pool
  • Two new soccer pitches, one turf and one artificial
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