Mossfiel Reserve Turns Green
A $7.2 million revamp of Mossfiel Reserve Redevelopment has been underway since the end of last year. Civilex has been contracted to Wyndham City Council to deliver the integrated sports redevelopment works on the south-western fringe of Melbourne which is currently ranked the third fastest growing local government area in Victoria.
The works update on the redevelopment is progressing well and the sports field is taking shape. The former rugby oval is now a lush green with four 35m lighting towers weighing two tonnes each being installed and a brand-new cricket pitch soon to be complete.
Our construction group entity Conset had its pump truck on the Mossfiel project site pouring retaining walls in and around the playground area.
Civilex Project Manager Joe Glenn says works to still take place include a car park, children’s playground, volleyball and basketball courts and soft landscaping works. The redevelopment project is expected to be completed around July this year.
The redevelopment works for the Mossfiel Reserve will include three rugby pitches with overlaying cricket ovals, three informal grass volleyball courts, new lighting, a new playground with seating, barbecues and shelters, footpaths, tree planting and landscaping.
The existing cricket nets will be removed and upgraded to a chain mesh-enclosed facility, with three designated club nets and one public net. Additionally, the informal car park near the skate park will be turned into a 30-space carpark.
The state government has contributed $1.8 million towards the project as part of its $50 million Growing Suburbs Fund.