Having previously supplied products to the City of Greater Geelong on time and without hassle, INGAL EPS was selected to supply the Shell Road Reserve with light poles.
The Ocean Grove Structure Plan, adopted by the City of Greater Geelong in 2007, suggested that the population of Ocean Grove would increase from 11,814 people in 2006 to approximately 21,000 people by 2020.
In order to properly plan for the formal outdoor sporting needs of both the current and future residents of Ocean Grove, the Shell Road Reserve needed to be upgraded in order to provide for an ultimate population of around 25,000-30,000 people (the long-term desired capacity of the town).
Having previously supplied product to the City of Greater Geelong on time and without hassle, INGAL EPS was selected to supply the Shell Road Reserve netball courts with 8 x 15m poles, 4 x 30m poles to the football/cricket oval, and 6 x 25m poles to light the two soccer ovals which is now the only soccer facility on the Bellarine Peninsula with lights.
INGAL EPS provides a wide range of all floodlighting requirements and has floodlighting poles installed in some of Australia's most well-known sporting grounds.
No floodlighting project is too large or too small for INGAL EPS. We also hold common sizes of Floodlighting poles in stock at many of our sites.
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