William Inglis Thoroughbred Arena and Hotel

William Inglis Thoroughbred Arena and Hotel

The award winning William Inglis development, adjacent to Warwick Farm Racecourse, includes an Accor hotel with pool, bar, restaurants and conference facilities, 10 hospitality function centres, thoroughbred auctioneer arena, parade and pre-parade ground, stables for up to 1,000 thoroughbred horses, grooming facilities including wash areas, horse walker, lunge area, feed store, isolation stalls and truck wash zone.

MGP were engaged to undertake the hydraulic services incorporating; fire hydrant and fire hose reels, potable cold water, rainwater reuse, natural gas, hot/warm water, trade waste drainage and plumbing, sanitary drainage and plumbing, along with stormwater design.

This project proposed a number of challenges, including dealing with rainwater reuse for irrigation and the demand for over 600,000 litres to facilitate the site, the limited infrastructure on the existing precinct, the originally the design included multiple sewer pump stations, a costly set up with high maintenance costs.

Our solution involved reducing the number of sewer pump stations to one central plant using a gravity sewer. This ensured a high standard of waste water, back into Sydney Water’s infrastructure, MGP included a muffin monster treatment plant and chemical dosing unit to reduce sulphite levels.

The project was completed at the end of 2018.

2018 Winner MBA Best Hospitality Building (new) $100M+
William Inglis & Son
Builder: FDC Construction
Plumber: DW Plumbing
Architect: Timothy Court & Co