Client
Industrial Subdivision Designed on Stormwater Drainage Constrained Site

Year
2018

Value
$15m

Location
Berrimah, Northern Territory, Australia

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The College Road Industrial Subdivision was faced with significant stormwater constraints.

The site was a discharge point for all of the adjacent sites (developed and undeveloped). ADG was engaged to carry out a preliminary design and feasibility to facilitate the Northern Territory Government on the possibility of releasing this crown land for development.

College Road Industrial Subdivision

CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL / Government

Berrimah, Northern Territory, Australia

ADG’s Stormwater Design was innovatively designed with the road design to provide the most cost effective solution for this constraint site. The design incorporated both open drains and pipe drainage. Detention Basins were also part of the design to ensure there were non-worsening of peak flow rates due to the proposed development.

The site was very limited in access to services also. The preliminary design of water, sewer and electrical services including trunk infrastructure upgrades and headworks was detailed.

Even though this site was faced with considerable constraints in both stormwater drainage and services, ADG’s knowledge of the area and close relationships with local authorities saw a feasible solution completed to facilitate the land release.

The College Road Industrial Subdivision was faced with significant stormwater constraints. The site was a discharge point for all of the adjacent sites (developed and undeveloped). ADG was engaged to carry out a preliminary design and feasibility to facilitate the Northern Territory Government on the possibility of releasing this crown land for development.

ADG’s Stormwater Design was innovatively designed with the road design to provide the most cost effective solution for this constraint site. The design incorporated both open drains and pipe drainage. Detention Basins were also part of the design to ensure there were non-worsening of peak flow rates due to the proposed development.

The site was very limited in access to services also. The preliminary design of water, sewer and electrical services including trunk infrastructure upgrades and headworks was detailed.

Even though this site was faced with considerable constraints in both stormwater drainage and services, ADG’s knowledge of the area and close relationships with local authorities saw a feasible solution completed to facilitate the land release.