Jones Nicholson were responsible for the Civil and Structural documentation of this $30 million Carnes Hill Recreation and Community Precinct. The Civil Engineering addressed the Roads, Car Parking, Rigid & Flexible Pavement Designs, Stormwater Drainage, Raingarden Basins, WSUD Swales, External Footpath Pavement slabs, Pedestrian Crossings, Slip Lanes, Intersections, Line-marking & Signage, Bulk Earthworks and a Flood Study.
The Structural Engineering included the design of buildings and retaining walls. It was designed to support the on-going demands for much needed social, cultural and recreational facilities for the local community in the area. Stretching across a 70,000m2 site, the centre consists of a gym, library, public plaza with a water feature and public art, a skate park, children's playground, outdoor multipurpose sports courts, community centre, picnic area, a cafe, cycling and walking paths as well as parking facilities.
Client: Liverpool City Council
Architect: DWP Suters