Greenbank services facelift

Greenbank services facelift

The second stage of redevelopment at the Greenbank Services Club began last month, while construction of stage one is well underway.

Stage two is slated for completion in September this year and will feature major upgrades to the clubs’ facilities, including:

  • Glasshouse Bar and Lounge
  • Barrel Room and gaming lounge
  • Sunroom and deli0 kitchen
  • Amenities
  • Marketplace Asian Fusion, Churrasco Grill, American Diner, Salad Bar & Dessert
  • Marketplace kids play zone.

Now that the first stage’s hefty demolition works are complete, construction has begun on new custom-built bingo rooms, a new foyer and redesigned Top Deck access, which wil be closed until late June.

The club’s general manager, Tim Wright, said the renovations would take around 14 months to complete in total.

“The renovations include refurbishing 90% of the club facilities as well as adding a considerable new floor space which will showcase a new bar and lounge called the Glasshouse and Sunroom,” he said.

“Two large feature copper brite tanks will highlight the Barrel Room precinct and the dining experience will be elevated in the Marketplace dining precinct where 6 outlets will feature your favourite dishes from around the world.

“We expect the first major stage handover to be early October 2024 and look forward to delivering a next level experience to our members and guests for the run into Christmas 2024.”

He said the project’s designer, Leading Architects Altis, and builder, Builder Paynters, had done a “tremendous job to date in completing four months of demolition and construction with limited impact to members and guests”.

“… albeit a significant loss of operable floor space,” he said.

“A little short term pain for long term gain and members benefit is the ultimate goal.”

The Wild Poppy has been cleared, part of the reception area closed, and the bottle shop stripped while works are underway.

This first stage is expected to finish in July 2024.

Stage three is scheduled to start late September 2024.

In a statement, the club passed on its “sincere appreciation for the continued attendance and support shown members, and to its staff on delivering on the daily and looking after members in, at times, challenging circumstances”.

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