In 2018 the Gold Coast will host the biggest sporting event in the city to date – the XXI Commonwealth Games. In preparation for this international event, the Carrara Sports Precinct has undergone a significant redevelopment which includes the addition of the new Sports and Leisure Centre. Designed by BVN Architecture and constructed by Hansen Yuncken, the facility has been built to world class competition and training standards and will host the badminton and wrestling competitions for the games.
The facility comprises of two large sports halls and Safetyline Jalousie louvres have been incorporated throughout both to provide natural ventilation and to also form an integral part of the smoke exhaust system. At 3 metres high and with widths up to 1.4m, each louvre window maximises air flow. With less vertical lines apparent between the banks, this worked in perfectly with the large scale of the building.
All of the louvres were custom made with tinted laminate glass and powder coated in the specialty Carrara Gold colour to match the external façade. Each frame is fitted with fire rated actuators from EBSA Mechanical and in the event of a fire, the automated smoke control system engages the louvres to open and allow fresh air to enter the building whilst large exhaust fans remove the smoke.
Following the Commonwealth Games, the centre will continue to be used for community and elite level competition and training for numerous indoor sports including basketball and netball as well as other non-sporting uses such as exhibitions and cultural activities.
Quantity Supplied – 180
Height – 2899mm (21 Blades) – 3054mm (22 Blades)
Width – 1080mm – 1400mm
Colour/Finish – Dulux Electro Medium Bronze / Interpon Carrrara Gold
Louvres – 6.38mm Green laminate / Powder coated aluminium
Operation – Motorised – ZA Drives
Architect/Builder – BVN Architecture / Hansen Yuncken
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7 Tepko Rd, Terrey Hills, NSW 2084
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