Feasibility & Masterplanning
CREATE has been commissioned to support Clients across New Zealand with high-level strategic master-planning for a number of significant and prestigious projects.
CREATE's breadth and depth of knowledge of sports and aquatic centers has been influential in them conducting master-planning studies for Council and to support effective business case evaluations.
- Napier Aquatic Sport Centre Option Study for upgrade and/or replacement of existing aquatic facility as part of Onekawa Park Reserve. Development range $20-40 Million.
- Hawkes Bay Multi-use Velodrome: Concept Option Study for development of a new 7500m2 Velodrome and multi-use court space at Pettigrew Green Arena site and EIT Campus. Overall Project Value $25 Million.
- Gisborne Olympic Pool: Concept Option Study for upgrade and/or replacement of existing aquatic facility and public consultation. Development range $13.5-30 Million.
Gisborne Aquatic Centre – Gisborne District Council - Masterplanning
Provide three master-planning options and feasibility study for Olympic Pool upgrade. Options were to include new indoor facility, containing 25m or 50m pools, learn to swim facilities and recreational space.
Project value $13.5m - 30m
Napier Aquatic Centre - Napier City Council - Masterplanning
Provide three master-planning options and feasibility study for Napier Aquatic Centre upgrade. Options were to
include expansion and new-build, containing 25m or 50m pools, learn to swim facilities and recreational space.
Project value $19.5m - 38m
Woodford House School Pool - Private School - Feasibility Study
Provide a feasibility and options study for the replacement of the current six lane pool along with estimated project costs. Options were to consider the current location, plus other siting options on the school grounds, with varying pool configurations/depths. A high level general assessment of the facilities condition and compliance items was also undertaken.
Westland High School - Ministry of Education - Master Planning for Hall & Administration Re-Build
After a fire in 2016 the Schools Administration and Hall were destroyed. A master-plan was requested by MoE for several options to reinstate these buildings, in the original location or a new location, with single and two-storey options. The process needed to examine the relationships between each curriculum space as well as considering the potential for expansion, and the community engagement and inclusion.
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