The University of Adelaide was seeking to develop a range of sporting facilities on its North Terrace campus, for use by its students, staff, campus partners and broader community. Students had expressed a desire to have a swimming pool, along with gym facilities and sports courts on campus. This offering would complement the current sports fields located in the Parklands to the north of the campus.
With continued emphasis being placed on student on-campus experience, the provision of such facilities were becoming more important to the University’s value proposition to attracting students both domestically and internationally. Notwithstanding the importance of student experience, the University was also seeking to ensure that such facilities operate at cost neutral for the organisation.
The first phase of the study was Exploration and Market Analysis to recommend:
SGL prepared a feasibility study for an indoor recreation and aquatic centre for the City of Mount Gambier in 2007.
The scope of this study was to update SGL’s 2007 report titled “City of Mount Gambier Indoor Recreation Centre Feasibility Study” to reflect 2018 financials (costs and income), location, potential configuration and any changes to facility design and operation that have altered over the past 10 years.Services: Evaluation, Planning, Sport
Prepared for the Town of Gawler, the aim of the review was to develop a sustainable community driven model for the operational management of Karbeethan Reserve. This involved a desktop analysis of ‘Best Practice’ community driven management models within South Australia and Australia. Additionally, face to face Consultation sessions for feedback, with opportunity to provide written feedback. Finally, a Preferred Model’ and Implementation Plan was decided upon.Services: Evaluation, Planning, Sport
The feasibility study analysed Upper Hutt City community aquatic needs both presently and into the future, and how the current aquatic facilities met those needs.
Consideration was given to the potential development of aquatic facilities by other parties (schools and/or commercial) within Upper Hutt. The study provided an overview of all facilities available to the community, and engaged with the local Community groups to gather the necessary data.Services: Evaluation, Planning, Sport
Prepared for the Town of East Fremantle, it established a strategic plan to guide future investment and management of recreation and community assets. It identified existing facilities, their use and functionality and recommended strategies to meet projected future population and demographic changes in the Town.Services: Community, Facilities, Planning, Sport