Modern sporting infrastructure on the Mornington Peninsula is paramount in enhancing community engagement through the promotion of healthy exercise and social opportunities, reinforcing beneficial lifestyles for the broader community.
Maw Civil was approached by the Mornington Peninsula Shire to undertake the construction of the Emil Madsen Reserve. This involved an upgrade and expansion of the existing facilities at the Mt Eliza Football, Netball and Soccer Clubs.
Maw Civil works hand in hand with the council on a large scope of high profile projects with the common goal of producing superior quality developments through best practices. The Emil Madsen Reserve upgrade was no exception, with the shire engaging Maw Civil to undertake the expansion of existing facilities, with the provision of a new football and cricket oval, three floodlit netball courts, a cultural heritage landscape precinct and car parking expansions.
Maw Civil in partnership with the Mornington Peninsula Council successfully transformed the limited existing sporting infrastructure to a modernized complex with the facilities to meet local demand. All inclusive of irrigation, drainage and lighting. The provision of these amenities will service, support and encourage the influx in sport and community activities on the Mornington peninsula well into the future.< Back to Projects