The City of Adelaide has been progressively upgrading the irrigation in many of Adelaide’s iconic sites. Using HydroPlan to design their systems and supervise installation has not only improved application efficiencies substantially, but the professionally drafted plans can be easily updated as required using their in house drafters.
Sites have also been progressively put onto Rainbird MaxiCOM central control. These system upgrades have been a critical step in allowing almost all of the City’s parks to be converted over to recycled water (See ‘Glenelg to Adelaide Recycled Water Scheme’) as department of Health approval to use the water require accurate plans with effective control and monitoring in place.
Sites designed, with documentation and project supervision include Adelaide Oval Northern Car Park (approx 5 hectares), Par 3 Golf Course, Veale Gardens, Angas Gardens, North & South Bank, Osmond Gardens, Gilles Street, Pultney Street, Halifax Street, Rymill Park, Peace Park, Grundy Gardens,Whitmore Square and Pinky Flat.
The Glenelg to Adelaide Recycled Water Project is a landmark project which d...