Next were engaged by Cerno Management on behalf of Revesby Workers Club to refurbish the central core of Revesby Workers Club.
The project is yet another example of Next’s expertise in building projects collaboratively in live environments which require intensive stakeholder management. The revitalisation project comprised the refurbishment of 1650 square metres of clubs central core on Level 1. Works were undertaken in two stages, with Stage 1 of the project involving the refurbishment of the Upper Lounge, new café and bar areas and Stage 2 delivering a new Business Lounge and function rooms.
"We were delighted to work with our repeat clients, Cerno and Altis Architecture to revitalise the Club’s Central Spine, creating an engaging venue that appeals to the wider South Western Sydney Community” said Next CEO, Joseph Di Girolamo.
The design brief called for a seamless blend of exterior and interior areas to create a bright, light-filled, natural space. Feature joinery screens and columns complemented by a pallet of natural materials and earth tones for fixtures and finishes were coordinated, bringing the clubs central core to life.
High-end features include mosaic and tessellated tiling, custom carpet, feature pendant and strip lighting, hanging greenery and a range of bespoke joinery items. In addition, the project team managed the installation of a state of the art audio visual system and new kitchen.
The Central Spine refurbishment was challenging given the ongoing business operations and its position adjacent to several key functions of the Club. “The Next team carried out the works in a live environment, working closely with all stakeholders to ensure minimal disruption to Club activities and delivering an inspiring hospitality venue with a modern, open and aesthetic space that appeals to local club patrons and the broader community.” Said Next CEO, Joseph Di Girolamo.
Congratulations to the Next team for all their hard work!