Ontoit is proud to be assisting NRL Victoria in the development of the Rugby League State and Community Centre at Seabrook Reserve in Broadmeadows.
The Minister for Community Sport the Hon. Ros Spence MP recently visited the site to mark the start of construction on the $16.9 million hub, which will be home to rugby league youth development squads in Victoria and in time, a base for NRL powerhouse Melbourne Storm’s women’s team.
The Rugby League State and Community Centre includes the development of a female-friendly pavilion, high performance training and recovery facilities as well as a show pitch and two competition/training pitches that will benefit grassroots rugby league in Victoria. The Centre will also include administrative facilities for NRL Victoria and Touch Football Victoria.
Ontoit is acting as the client representative for NRL Victoria, providing internal project management functions and support on the delivery of this project.
Minister for Community Sport, Ros Spence is joined by Melbourne Storm chief executive Justin Rodski, Member for Broadmeadows, Frank Maguire, Hume City Council Mayor Joseph Haweil, NRL Victoria Chair, Dr Amanda Green and Melbourne Storm players Jahrome Hughes, Justin Olam and Dean Ieremia to mark the beginning of construction.