Ingleburn RSL’s $1.5 million upgrade has been unveiled and members have given the refurbishments a big tick.
The club now boasts a completely refurbished Restaurant and Café along with revamps to the bar and front foyer. The new décor also includes new carpet and tiling, improved lighting, furnishings and colour schemes as part of the fitout.
Club CEO, Glenn Cushion said the club was excited to offer members and visitors contemporary, fresh facilities that create a family-friendly and relaxed environment.
“This is the biggest makeover the club has had in years and the early feedback from everyone has been extremely positive,” he said.
“Our new Salute Restaurant and The Poppy Café are very welcoming places and the fresh, new menu is sure to satisfy a wide range of tastes.
“There’s a mix of seating layouts to cater for small and large groups that make it comfortable and inviting – whether you are celebrating a special occasion or just after a quick coffee, snack or meal,” Mr Cushion said.
“The new café features cane and oak furniture and the leather lounge areas are an ideal meeting place for a chat with family and friends.
“Another exciting new feature is a large state-of-the-art video wall that is sure to be popular for big sporting events, including next month’s Melbourne Cup Day event in the Club.”
Mr Cushion said the construction work and fitout were completed in just eight weeks and there had been minimum inconvenience to members and their guests.
“On behalf of the Board of Directors, I would like to thank the construction company, Paynter Dixon; interior designer Tess Reagan Design, the tradespeople and the whole project team for a very professional job.
“At times, we had an army of subcontractors working around the clock on site, but we were able to keep the club fully operational,” he said.
Paynter Dixon’s business development manager, Peter Cavallaro said the project had a tight schedule, but close liaison with the club enabled the work to be fast- tracked and have the project finished on time.
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