SPASA NSW invests in bricks and mortar
The Swimming Pool & Spa Association of NSW (SPASA) NSW has announced a significant milestone with the purchase of commercial premises for the association's headquarters and main training centre.
"This, on top of becoming a Registered Training Organisation in 2010, is one of SPASA's most momentous achievements," says SPASA NSW ceo Spiros Dassakis. "Not only will it enable us to expand our administration functions, having these premises will give us the ability to grow our training facilities and create specialised environments, including setting up working filtration and hydraulic equipment."
The new premises are at 1/33 Daking Street, North Parramatta. It features dedicated office space and a sizeable warehouse facility, which will become the training area, and ample off-street parking.
"Acquiring this property further provides SPASA NSW with stability and cements our position as the peak industry body within NSW," Dassakis says. "It means we are realising the vision and strategy for the association's membership under the direction of the SPASA Board.
"SPASA NSW has rented at various locations since its inception, however over the years we have put aside modest funds with the intention of one day buying a property, and after extensive dealings with funders we were able to arrange a deal that helps us achieve this."
The premises are currently leased, and Dassakis says SPASA will work out the most opportune time to move in. "We'll certainly let SPASA NSW members know when we take possession and all will be invited to visit our new HQ," he adds.
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