The centre’s $29 million redevelopment works are becoming visible from the street, as steel structures and purlins go up to establish the administration building by FDC Construction.
Tests to ensure the 25-metre indoor pool and the indoor pool are watertight have been completed.
Goulburn Mulwaree Mayor Bob Kirk said council is completing jobs as the deadline for the centre’s completion at the end of July 2022.
“Over the coming weeks formwork and reinforcement steel will be completed for the Learn to Swim program pool, and this is expected to be poured by the end of the month,” said Mayor Bob Kirk.
“We continue to tick off important milestones regularly at the Goulburn Aquatic Centre redevelopment, and I’m sure residents would be excited to drive past and see the impressive structure now towering over our project fence.”
Work on the internal pool deck and splash pad is next, with this also expected to be completed in the next three weeks.
It’s nearly one year since demolition of the indoor pool began and words are set to meet next year’s deadline of the $29 million project, which includes a $10 million state government grant.
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