McClelland Reserve Car Parks

Contek was engaged by Frankston City Council to construct a new car park to increase the capacity for Peninsula Strikers Football Club and Frankston Dog Obedience Club. As McClelland Reserve was a former landfill, a rigid landfill gas management plan was always enacted during excavation, with a gas detector at the site. In addition, the project was staged in preparation for the soccer season.


The carpark was constructed with over 155 parking bays over approximately 4000m2 of asphalt paving. In addition to the carpark, a new drainage system was installed along the existing footpath with a new viewing area for spectators and a concrete path to the grandstands.

Main Scope:

• Gas monitoring under a former landfill site
• Earthworks
• Geogrid installation
• Asphalt
• Drainage
• Linemarking & reinstatement

Client: City of Frankston
Contract value: $780,000
Completion: June 2019

Client: City of Frankston
Contact: Kris Smallacombe – 9784 1903
Contract value: $780,000
Completion: June 2019