Construction of the new Juniors Clubhouse is currently on track for completion in November and locals who drive by the site regularly would see how quicky the project can progress, just in the space of a week.

A major milestone was reached last month when truckloads of steel trays were transported from a company in Yatala and placed in position, ready for the pour of the concrete slab at the end of May.

Now the slab is down, the construction of the steel walls and roofing frames are taking shape.

The new building has been raised around a metre and a half off the ground to ensure flooding issues which have plagued the Club for decades remain a thing of the past.

Although the design of the new Clubhouse will be contemporary, elements that worked well and members enjoyed most about the old Club will be refreshed, including the outdoor pavilion.

For the past six-plus decades, Twin Towns has strategically invested, reinvested and grown the organisation, its Clubs, assets, services and facilities for the benefit of members.

This successful strategy continues to evolve as the new Juniors Club progresses towards its reopening later this year.