Cerno’s work in the latest edition of The Australian National Construction Review magazine
Cerno's project management of the $106 million redevelopment of Canterbury League Club in south-west Sydney, a five-year project which Cerno recently completed, is profiled in the most recent edition of The Australian National Construction Review – Major Project Review magazine. Read the full article on pages 52-53 of the online version of the magazine.
As a major community and sporting hub in the Canterbury-Bankstown area, Canterbury League Club is widely used by locals of all ages and stages of life, especially families, seniors and sports/gaming enthusiasts. This significant redevelopment responded to the club’s long-term vision to become a premier hospitality venue and make its mark as a popular food and entertainment hub.
The project saw major works undertaken over multiple stages and phases to minimise disruption for the venue which operates 24/7.
A new bistro featuring kids’ play area and outdoor terrace was developed, and with approximately 650 seats is now one of the largest in the southern hemisphere. On the same level, a new café restaurant offers contemporary cuisine in a stylish setting, while upstairs the gaming floor has been transformed into a class-leading contemporary space complete with VIP room, outdoor terrace and bar.
Below ground new infrastructure, including loading dock, waste removal area and production kitchens, was added to meet the demands of an expanded venue, along with construction of a new 400-space, five-level underground car park. Meanwhile outside, the club's exterior was given a face-lift with a contemporary copper façade, water feature, porte-cochere, and new landscaping.
Cerno would like to thank all those involved who have done such a sensational job in helping to transform the club into a contemporary, best-in-class hospitality venue able to meet the needs of the current and future Canterbury-Bankstown community.
Read more about Cerno’s work at Canterbury League Club.