The Liverpool Catholic Club (also known as LCC Sports Complex Liverpool) is an iconic sports and public skate center, built in 1979 and located at the Hoxton Park precinct of Sydney. Facility includes an Olympic sized ice rink with capacity of 500 spectators, Café, Restaurants and onsite carpark.
The project proposed a building extension to provide additional fast food and brasserie style dining facilities, cinema, an internal children’s playground, function and conference rooms and back of house facilities with approximate budget of $50m. Brought to project by Danlaid contracting Sydney, Sika provided flooring solutions to all kitchen and food pre areas.
Commercial kitchen floors must be resistant in a demanding environment. It was a requirement or the floors to withstand impact from utensils, constant trolley wheeled traffic, chemical attack from food acids and cooking oils as well as thermal shock from hot water spills and wash-down. A Heavy duty, food grade flooring required in all new built kitchens, cool rooms and associated areas.
After considering all options Kane Constructions and the specifier selected Sikafloor 22N PurCem system. PurCem is a seamless polyurethane/cement-based floor that is resistant to all above mentioned as well as being fast to install, it is low in VOC and suitable around foodstuffs.
|Sika Representative / Project Manager