City Beach Surf Club Building & Commercial Development

Project Description

The City Beach Surf Club Building & Commercial Redevelopment will involve the demolition of the existing City of Perth Surf Life Saving Club and construction of a new Surf Club Building, along with three food & beverage tenancies at City Beach.
The Surf Club Building will see a state of the art facility delivered to house Surf Club operations, function and training centres and a gymnasium. The Commercial Tenancies will provide a diverse offering of food & beverage operators which will benefit the precinct by attracting both local residents and tourists.
The delivery of this project and redevelopment of the City Beach precinct will see the previously underutilised area transformed into a vibrant, activated precinct with significant public amenity.

Our Role

NS Projects was appointed as Project Manager, Contract Superintendent and Tenancy Coordinator focusing on:

  • Delivery of the surf club building, commercial tenancies
    and public open space (incl. amenities and infrastructure).
  • Construction of sub-surface seawall and groyne repair
    works.
  • Coordination of the Surf Club and Commercial Tenancy
    design process, to ensure base build changes were
    integrated into the Main Building Works Contract.
  • Management of updates to City Beach Precinct Master
    Plan, focusing on public amenity enhancements.

Project Details

  • Name: City Beach Surf Club Building & Commercial Development
  • Type: Sport & Recreation
  • Client: Town of Cambridge
  • Date: 2010 onwards
  • Role: Project Management, Superintendency and Tenancy Cooridnation
  • Value: $18 million

Key Outcomes

  • Development of new public building and open space, enhancing activity throughout the precinct.
  • Development of a business case supporting investment by the Town of Cambridge, to deliver the project as a whole.
  • Delivery of a brand new facility for the City of Perth Surf Life Saving Club, including function space, kitchen & bar, gymnasium, change rooms, etc.
  • Provision of three commercial tenancies, promoting a diverse offering to the public and supporting the economic viability of the development.
  • Implementing a stringent tenancy coordination framework, to ensure the Surf Club and Lessees progress design and fit-out in line with the Town’s expectations.
  • Successfully coordinating stakeholder matters to ensure public issues were kept to a minimum.