Brisbane Tigers launch stadium redevelopment

A sod-turning ceremony has marked the countdown to the start of construction on the state-of-the art redevelopment at Totally Workwear Stadium, Langlands Park, home of the Suzuki Brisbane Tigers.

Queensland Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment Cameron Dick MP performed the sod turning alongside Brisbane Tigers CEO, Brian Torpy to celebrate the major milestone last week.

Construction is due to get underway by iQ Construct imminently and is expected to be completed by end-November.

The project is expected to cost A$10.2 million, which includes all non-construction costs, with the State Government contributing $1.1 million.

Redevelopment Details

  1. Relocation and refurbishment of the 1937 Heritage Grandstand. The stand will be located behind the goal post at the southern end of the field. The western wing of the stand will be transformed into a full wet bar, whilst the eastern wing will contain amenities.
  2. The Heritage Pavilion will be re-located between the heritage grandstand and the current scoreboard. Constructed in 1933, the pavilion was the original players change rooms for Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club. The building will be used as a community meeting room and will be available as a corporate suite on match day.
  3. Gymnasium extension and refurbishment. The current gymnasium will be extended and will include a new ticket box and ground entry. The current home change rooms will be converted into a 45-person theatre, which will be used as a training room. The building will also include a kitchenette and a laundry.
  4. A new single-storey building on the western side of the grounds will house new canteen, expresso bar, merchandise shop and toilets.
  5. Also, on the western side of the grounds will be a new double-storey building. The ground floor will include 4 x female participation compliant change rooms, medical room, and match officials change room. The first floor will accommodate the Club’s administration offices, board room (which will double as a corporate suite on match days), corporate suites, coaches’ boxes, timekeepers’ box and a media room. A permanent camera platform will be constructed on the roof to film games and events on the field.
  6. New spectator seatings will be installed on the western side on the grounds.
  7. A new entry statement, fencing and landscaping, and car parking will be constructed at the Panitya Street entry.

Langlands Park Redevelopment Artist Impression











Room to improve

The redevelopment of the grounds is extremely important for the club and the community. The current change rooms were constructed in the 1960’s and 1980’s and have served the community well for over 60 years but are now needing of an upgrade to state and national level competition standard.

The provision of a first-class training and playing facilities at Totally Workwear Stadium will complement the Langlands Park sporting precinct, which will include swimming pools and a 24-7 commercial gymnasium.

The Club already has a first-class playing surface, and the new buildings and stands will provide a 4,000-person boutique rectangular stadium, 3 kilometres from the CBD and a stone’s throw from the Gabba.

Totally Workwear Stadium will be a great facility, for not only for rugby league through state-wide competition games, school competitions and carnivals, local games and finals, international university games, interstate rugby league games but also for other community sports and events, such as Queensland Gridiron grand finals and our community Christmas Carols.

The stadium is frequently used by NRL teams when playing in Brisbane, as well as the Queensland Maroons and the Australian Kangaroos.

The stadium change rooms, including the gymnasium will be female participant compliant and will only encourage more female to play rugby league. The Tigers have fielded female teams here at Totally Workwear Stadium since 2017 and the stadium will be perfect for hosting more female participants.

The new facilities include a theatre, board room, corporate suites and meeting rooms, which will be available for community groups to utilise.

BSPN Architecture is the lead architect and has designed a grandstand that will become an iconic piece of sporting architecture for the Club and generations to come.

Source & imagery, courtesy: Brisbane Tigers

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