IT has been all go at the Naracoorte basketball stadium recently.
Further to the sport and recreation grant funded new building, new doors have also been installed at the stadium.
Association president Jason Standley said the new doors were installed for fire safety reasons.
"We had to replace the old doors to get the stadium up to compliance with the rules," Mr Standley said.
The old doors did not open both ways, which has been addressed with the new doors.
GJ Gardner replaced the doors and Naracoorte Solar Guard's Jason Conduit did the tinting - which has made a big difference with less light coming into the stadium and causing a distraction for players.
The painting of the doors was all done by association volunteers Fiona Standley and Paul and Natalie McRostie.
The new toilet block is well underway with Munn's pouring the slab last week.
Herbie Grarock did the plumbing work and the electrical box has been moved from the northern wall to the western wall.
"Kane Donnelly did all the electrical work as a donation," Mr Standley said.
Mr Standley said he hoped the building would be at the lock-up stage by mid-year when members of the association would apply the finishing touches of painting and cleaning up.
"It should be be fully ready in time for the Masters Games 2014," he said.
The upgrades will be on show this weekend at the association's major junior tournament.
A record 49 teams will be at the event from under 12s to under 18s all day Saturday and Sunday.
Catering is available and Mr Standley urged anyone with an interest in junior basketball to come out to see some of the next generation of Naracoorte basketball stars.