Floreat Surf Life Saving Club Upgrade

  • Project scheduleRequest For Tender: June 2024
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Designed by longtime City Beach resident, Noel Chrystal, Partner in Johnson and Chrystal Architects, the Floreat Surf Life Saving Club was constructed in 1981. Despite the challenging coastal environment, the structure remains in good condition, testament to its robust design. The roof cover was renewed in 2016, and now the building interior, exterior, and services, are due for renewal.

The Floreat Surf Life Saving Club have been engaging with the Town regarding the need to improve disability access to, and within the Floreat Surf Life Saving Club building. A disability access audit has identified a number of disability access issues that impact users of the facility.

This project will both renew furnishings and improve accessibility, ensuring the facility can better accommodate the Club’s current and future members and enhance their service to the community as they keep Floreat Beach safe.

Scope of Works

  • Add a Universal Accessible Toilet (UAT) to the ground level.
  • Redevelop the female and male toilets and change rooms including ambulant toilets, privacy cubicle showers, improved ventilation and overall increased capacity.
  • Add a new lift to improve access between the ground level and upper level.
  • Modify the entrance lobby and staircase to improve disability access and accommodate the new lift.
  • Adjust various doors and a ramp to the gym to improve disability access.
  • Add some new windows to improve natural light and passive surveillance.
  • Add a UAT and ambulant toilet to the upper level.
  • Reposition and redevelop the kitchen and bar, to improve functionality and allow BBQ servery directly to the balcony.
  • Relocate and increase storage for the upper level hall and member’s room.
  • Relocate and redevelop the member’s room to improve functionality and flexibility.

Progress Updates

At the July 2023 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council endorsed the concept design for this project, a graphical representation by Hoffman Maine Architects is shown below.

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The detailed design is complete, and the Town is preparing to advertise a construction works Tender in June 2024.

Grants towards this project have been approved by The Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries through the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund, as well as Lotterywest through the Community Investment Framework. Each of these Major Supporters have committed up to $655,000 towards the project.

The State Government, through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, is a Major Supporter of community sport and recreation facilities in Western Australia. Sport and recreation builds stronger, healthier, happier and safer communities. When we play sport our whole community wins. helping to build a better WA together. As a Major Supporter, Lotterywest is helping to make this project happen.



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