Architect/Designer: COX Architecture
Client: Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust
Location: Foreshore Road, Botany
Work completed by Active Metal:
Glazed Balustrades and Handrails– Core A, Galvanised Steel Perforated Balustrade and Handrails– Core B
Situated in Moore Park in the city’s east, the Sydney Cricket Ground is one of the world’s most famous cricketing venues. First opened in 1848, the grounds recently undertook works at the MA Noble, Don Bradman and Dally Messenger stands to refresh and revitalise the spaces and give them a new lease of life.
Working alongside architect, builder and client, Active Metal were engaged to fabricate, supply and install the stainless steel and glazed balustrades, galvanised steel perforated balustrade and stainless steel handrails to stairs and voids throughout the project. Another iconic Sydney facility completed with award winning results thanks to the help of the Active Metal team.