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Riverside Golf and Tennis Centre in Ascot Vale is owned by Moonee Valley City Council and run by Leisure Management Services. It offers a range of facilities including a nine-hole golf course, 44-bay driving range, 12 tennis courts and hospitality facilitates. AA Turner Builders won the tender to complete an extensive refurbishment and extension to
The majestic covered stage AA Turner Builders erected at Coburg Lake Reserve has helped to transform the reserve into one of Moreland Councils’ most popular event sites. With its eye-catching sail-type roof and three-phase power access, the stage is ideal for community festivals, school concerts and weddings. We worked closely with structural engineers and steels
“Alan Turner from AA Turner Builders has completed a number of projects of varying size for the Moonee Valley City Council within time and budget constraints. He has recently completed the State Emergency Services Building in Moonee Ponds ahead of schedule.” Stephen Friebe Capital Works Coordinator, Moonee Valley City Council
“AA Turner Builders has in the past undertaken community building projects on behalf of Moreland City Council, the most recent being the extension to Attwater Pavilion, Pascoe Vale. Should Moreland City Council invite tenders for building construction projects in the future, it would again welcome tender submissions from AA Turner Builders.” Kevin Burgess Director, City
Mont Albert Reserve is home to the Mont Albert Cricket Club and the Surrey Park Lacrosse Club. The reserve also boasts netball and basketball courts. AA Turner Builders was commissioned to undertake an extensive extension of the Armstrong Pavilion for the City of Whitehorse.
“I have been associated with AA Turner Builders since they were awarded the contract, valued at $115,000, to upgrade an existing residence in Hawthorn into a Community Centre. During this time, I have found their construction work to be efficient and of good quality. The business was conducted in a pleasant manner and the Community