Client name: Latrobe City Council

Duration: February 2018 - March 2021

Location: Traralgon, Victoria, Australia 

Total project value: $57M

Services provided:  Project advisory, contract administration, procurement management, design management, support to the contracting superintendent  

This new aquatic centre is the flagship project of the Victorian State Government’s $85 million Latrobe Valley Sports and Community Initiative program.

Situated in regional eastern Victoria, this state of the art aquatic centre features a range of outstanding facilities for competitive and recreational swimming, leisure and fitness and major regional events.

Designed to have a strong sustainability focus, the centre will be the first public aquatic facility in Victoria to incorporate a geothermal heating system. Geothermal heating is a sustainable energy source where geothermal energy is used to heat the pools instead of relying on natural gas. The new technology will significantly reduce the centre’s carbon footprint while also providing significant energy costs savings.

The Gippsland Regional Aquatic Centre also features:

  • Indoor water play zone

  • Warm water therapy pool with spa

  • Designated learn to swim pool

  • Sauna and steam rooms

  • Wellness centre including two consulting suites

  • Café and retail precinct

  • Gymnasium and group fitness rooms

  • Wet and dry change facilities

  • 25 metre outdoor pool

  • ESD features, including Geothermal heating

  • Two large water slides