Mount Isa City Council identified a need to refurbish the existing Isa Street skate park precinct in order to provide a unique, iconic, multi-purpose and multi-generational facility. The facility is intended to be a key recreational and social hub for the youth
and broader community of North West QLD.
The skate park renewal and upgrade project achieved funding through the 2016-17 Queensland Government’s Works for Queensland program, in which over $600,000 was allocated for the revitalisation. BEC was engaged to deliver the project as follows:
• Detailed Design – in accordance with nominated standards & codes of practice, providing design certification commensurate with required building approvals. Documentation was provided to Council for endorsement in alignment with a strict compressed programme.
• Construction – delivered to best practice, including for all elements as specified by Council, undertaking all testing to ensure that materials & equipment are of satisfactory standard and provision of certification by an RPEQ. Provision of adequate Project Management to achieve targets relative to programme and reporting requirements.
• Defects Liability Period – to extend to 12 months beyond Practical Completion