Acadia Landscape Constructions was contracted by FK Gardener and Sons Pty Ltd to complete landscaping works for this commercial project. The Landscape Architect was Jeremy Ferrier and Associates.
The project consisted of a new indoor Sports Centre for the students of the school.
The Landscaping scope of works included installation of an automatic irrigation system, tiered garden beds, raised planter boxes, sub soil drainage, extensive areas of paving and paver banding, blue stone walling to existing retaining walls and turf.
The biggest feature of the final landscaping is the blue stone walling on the entry retaining walls. The existing walls were plain block and required a fresh facelift. Blue stone wall in was chosen to best match/blend in with the existing rock walls uniformity throughout the school grounds.
Sub soil drainage
Gardens & garden edging
SQIT (Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE)
Architect - Project Services
Drainage to raised planters
Subsoil drainage to gardens
Turf pavers (stabilisation device for under turf to allow emergency vehicle access).
Toowoomba Grammar School
This was a commercial project undertaken by Acadia Landscape Constructions for McNab Constructiona.
The project consisted of an indoor aquatic centre for the students of the school. The landscape package included installation of an automatic irrigation system, tiered garden beds, raised planter boxes, sub soil drainage and turf.
Features of the completed landscape packagae are the large pear and pistachio trees that have been planted as feature in the raised planters. These were sourced from a wholesale nursery in Victoria and transported to site. Obviously being so large, the trees have been secured usine a non visible anchoring system to support the weight of the tree.mulch and black rive rock mulched cr4eate impressive contrasting feature features throughout the project.
The hospital has been occupied by Military Staff since May 2010 and the finished landscaped areas create a natural serene environment for staff working and entering the area.
University of QLD
A commerical project undertaken by Acadia Landscape Constructions for LaingO' Rourke Constructions Australia. The Landscape Architects were Jeremy Ferrier and Associates.
The project consisted of 5 new buildings including a Veterinary Hospital, Sub Station, two Classroom building and an Equine Very Science Building.
An unusual aspect of the landscaping package included construction of a dog exercise Areas consisting of three timber climbing structures, sand pits and underground tunnels.
Other works included concreting, drainage works, turf, garden areas, swale drain creation, dry creek beds and paving.