Stadium Updates

CREATING A RESILIENT FUTURE FOR AUCHENFLOWER STADIUM

This project was initiated in response to the 2022 floods which saw the site inundated by flood waters for the third time in our history.

The focus of this project is to implement a resilient design and reconfigure the site to enhance its functionality as one of the top sports community facilities in Brisbane.

Key elements of the works include the following:

  • Relocation of the BBI offices to the ground floor adjacent the foyer to better service patrons and players
  • Reduction of the existing tiered seating and creation of a mezzanine to improve viewing to Courts 1 and 2
  • Construction of a new canteen upstairs above the previous flood levels
  • Creation of a small café adjacent the new reception location
  • Installation of new meeting rooms and function spaces
  • Implementation of resilient finishes on the ground floor
  • Relocation of the tenancy spaces onsite, and
  • Alterations to site access and other areas to accommodate the changes and allow visitors to better navigate the site

The construction works are currently out to tender with a Contractor hopefully engaged to commence works in the New Year.

The Vision

We’ve put players and supporters centre-stage in the new design, with the most noticeable change being a new mezzanine gallery space and meeting rooms that overlook all the action on the main court.

A new canteen serving the mezzanine gallery and a café at the entry will provide ample refreshments opportunities and great spaces for the basketball community to connect before and after their games.

With all of these upgrades we’ve made sure that the design and specifications will be more resilient into the future, and we look forward to players and supporters enjoying the revitalised buzz and energy of this stadium for many years to come.

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