DATE & LOCATION: December 2009, 56 Derby Street Kensington
CLIENTS: AMES (Sorghum Sisters), Eureka Community Services
PROJECT LEADERS: Richard Bruch
PROJECT TEAM: Sonya Parton, Andres Cevallos
FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY: Andres Cevallos

Congratulations to AMES for their success in being awarded $1,101,282 for their Jobs Fund round 2 submission, titled Community Smorgasbord -http://www.deewr.gov.au/Ministers/Arbib/Media/Releases/Pages/Article_100325_095744.aspx

Project Summary
Supporting Eureka Community Development Services and AMES in project design and budgeting for a proposed commercial kitchen and cafe facility, expanding the successful programs at Carlton and Noble Park.

Brief
Detailing and budgeting the project for sustainability, including sustainability assessments and training, sustainable design and construction features, energy and water efficient fitout, and productive landscaping.

Outcomes to Date
- Site visit and inventory at Kensington
- Recommendations for appropriate environmentally sustainable design features for proposed commercial kitchen and cafe
- Cost estimate and timeline for environmentally sustainable design and construction
- Timeline for sustainability assessments, environmental management strategies, and future training programs at each of Carlton, Noble Park, and Kensington facilities