Our project was a 48,000m2 industrial subdivision, comprising of 12 lots adjacent to the existing Botany Industrial Park. DBL property sought a versatile development to enable lot purchasers to utilise the site as they wished. However, the need for flexibility was challenging.
Having no knowledge of intended services meant we had to negotiate with several relevant authorities while keeping to Botany Industrial Park expectations.
Northrop’s stormwater strategy was to utilise the site’s natural contaminated sands and infiltrate them with stormwater to dilute the pollutants. It was a positive outcome for the local council and helped the project to proceed smoothly for our client.
The site was next to an existing RMS road, and we were required to upgrade this as part of our package . It involved a substantial amount of coordination with existing services beneath the road. We liaised with RMS and relevant service authorities to achieve an outcome that was mutually beneficial.
We worked well with Council and the adjacent landowners to establish design parameters, and with the consulting geotechnical engineers in securing our environmental strategy. Our close collaboration with DBL meant that each lot would be able to meet the intended needs of its future tenant.