Jerramungup Pool Redevelopment

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We are thrilled to announce that works are now underway on the construction of the new lap pool, toddler’s pool and associated structures at the Jerramungup pool precinct.

Our project builders from M/Construction have taken over the site earlier this month and so far completed the demolition of the old structures, making room for the new pool and equipment.

The new facility comprises a 25m main pool, a new baby/toddler pool, a new pump shed with accessories, and male/female/accessible toilets and change rooms as well as a first aid room, storage areas and provides lots of shelter from the sun.

The project completion date and re-opening of the facilities are currently scheduled for late December 2021.

We understand that constructions works can at times be noisy and disruptive and therefore appreciate our community’s patience while the pool is getting its well needed upgrade.

However, if you have any questions or concerns regarding the construction processes, please contact us via email to development@jerramungup.wa.gov.au

This project is possible by funding from the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund and Drought Communities Programme, the WA Government Department of Education and the Shire of Jerramungup

Information Courtesy of Jerramungup Shire

Image Courtesy of H&H Architects 

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