Lizard Log Park
“Smart design thinking delivers enhanced public amenity on a tight budget”
Set amongst sweeping native bushland, Lizard Log is a popular parkland and picnic spot near Horsley Park in Sydney’s west. Having worked successfully together in the past, Fleetwood was engaged directly by WSPT to help enhance the existing public amenity by constructing a new pedestrian crossing using our proven Balmoral™ bridge system. We were also asked to trouble-shoot on a number of custom picnic shelters at the park designed by architects CHROFI, finding a way to deliver on the original brief in the face of considerable cost pressures.
Western Sydney Parklands Trust (WSPT)
Scope of Work
Fleetwood was first engaged by WSPT to design and construct a new pedestrian bridge at Lizard Log Park. To do this we recommended our proven Balmoral™ bridge system, which we provided in a package that included all footings. The following year we were approached again by WSPT who were having budget issues with a series of new picnic shelters planned for the park. They asked if we could find a way to make the designs more cost effective – and using our DesignExecute2 ™ process, we could. We began by providing design advice and budget options, before committing to a fixed cost for the shelters within the original budget. From here our involvement was made official, and we were engaged to lead the project including all engineering, manufacturing and installation.
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Phil Coxall Director