Located a stone’s throw from Gold Coast’s Miami Beach and with breathtaking views of the Coolangatta Skyline and Miami Hill, ALH Group and Cayas Architects worked with Inertia to renovate the popular establishment to take full advantage of its location. Inertia provided both the civil and structural engineering services for the redevelopment of the Miami Tavern on Gold Coast Highway. This project for ALH Group and Cayas Architects involved the partial demolition and renovation of the existing building, as well as replacing the existing footpath with a new concrete footpath.
Split across two stages of development, stage 1 opened in October and has transformed the restaurant on level two with wraparound windows and a stunning new deck that enables diners to enjoy a great meal and a cold drink against a spectacular backdrop. Inertia’s Structural Engineering team designed the deck and access to the tavern, working seamlessly with the project teams to stage works and to ensure smooth delivery of the new structural elements and their integration into the existing structure.
Stage 2, including a new beer garden, TAB and completely updated sports bar is now open, ready for the Coast’s influx of tourists looking to take advantage of the best of the beach and lifestyle on offer. This project is a fantastic addition to the Gold Coast’s entertainment facilities and is destined to become a firm favourite with locals and tourists.
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