Broncos stars Jack Bird and Meg Ward with staff member India Bruhn in the renovated foyer at the Broncos club in Red Hill. Picture: Nigel Hallett
Broncos club has undergone a $6m revamp featuring state-of-the-art technology
Nicole Pierre, The Courier-Mail
July 19, 2019 9:43pm
THE Broncos club has undergone a $6 million revamp featuring state-of-the-art technology.
Keeping on brand, the Broncos home club has been renovated with fresh Maroon and Gold colours with interiors paying homage to the ‘Queenslander’ homes in Red Hill. Interior designer Hannah Teitzel said sustainable timber was used in the Gaming Lounge and polished stone veined with maroon and gold featured in the newly decked Reception. Broncos star Jack Bird is very excited about his club’s newly minted facilities. Hi-tech touch-activated bathroom solutions will allow the club to monitor its use of water in real-time – a first for an Australian club.
“The club is committed to essential services monitoring and awareness of the environment by engaging in sustainable measures,” a Brisbane Broncos spokesman said. The Gaming Lounge was also relocated as part of the refurbishment. CEO of The Broncos Club Joe Kelly said the room’s repositioning has some historical relevance for Broncos fans. “It is now positioned in the Club’s old auditorium which was a popular meeting place for the base of Broncos fans that emerge as far back as the early 1990s,” Mr Kelly said.