Councils and other community services organisations are under increasing pressure to provide high quality services to their communities. The management and delivery of community facilities often involves a wide range of stakeholders. Understanding and effectively incorporating the needs of a broad spectrum of users, community groups and operators is key to ensuring capital expenditure delivers wide and long lasting benefits.

At ClarkeHopkinsClarke we understand that, in order to be sustainable, community facilities are subject to similar efficiency and productivity expectations as their commercial counterparts. We design solutions that ensure equitable access, demonstrate environmental sustainability, promote social inclusiveness, can be viably operated, and provide a valued asset within the community.

Partners Robert Goodliffe, Dean Landy, and Jordan Curran, and Associate Ngaio Chalmers, lead the Community Infrastructure team.