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Beverley Road Oval reconstruction

Posted on July 19, 2023 in Projects

Yellow Box Services, in partnership with the City of Banyule and Evergreen Construction, designed and then reconstructed the Beverley Road Oval in Heidelberg. The area being on a flood plain had drainage issues during the winter months and had to withstand the high demand on the playing surface during this time of year, when the...

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UTAS Stadium reconstruction

Posted on August 15, 2019 in Projects

Yellow Box Computing Services, in partnership with STRI (consultants) and the City of Launceston, designed and then “Pitchcraft” reconstructed the UTAS Stadium in Launceston Tasmania. The original oval being that of a flat surface combined with being affected by the underground water table, required a long term solution. The oval is a perched water table...

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Eureka Stadium Construction, Ballarat

Posted on September 1, 2016 in Projects

Eureka Stadium in North Ballarat was nominated as the site for a regional AFL football ground, to be ready for play in the 2017 season. Our parameters of the oval was to duplicate the size of the Docklands stadium with a capacity of approximately 11,000 spectators. With a project team consisting of consultants, City of...

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Docklands CAD project

Docklands Stadium Construction

Posted on September 1, 2012 in Projects

Docklands was built in the year 2000. The construction project was quite complex with the addition of a retractable roof. The playing surface had to be constructed while many other trades where using and disturbing the site. With the added base of the playing surface being the concrete roof of the underground car park. A...

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Royal Randwick Racecourse CAD project

Royal Randwick Racetrack reconstruction

Posted on December 10, 2001 in Projects

Royal Randwick racetrack was re-constructed in the year 2001. The construction project encompassed the entire main track of approx. 2.7km (includes chutes) with a width of 30m. The project being so large the track was broken up into a series of sections to be completed and then moving to the next. The existing track had...

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