Parks & Reserves

Kerry Drainage is widely experienced in subsoil drains, pipework and manholes, having completed a number of projects in Recreational Parks, Sports Complex’s and Cemeteries.

Project:    Water & Wastewater Servicing (Huapai Reserve, Huapai Township)

Client:    Auckland Council 

Directional drilled the connection for the recreational facilities to the public water supply and pressure sewer mains. Provision of mains water supply to the toilet block, decommissioning the bore supply and existing public toilet treatment and effluent disposal equipment; connection of the wastewater to the public low pressure wastewater system.  

Project:    Drainage Improvements (Seymour Park & Football Field, Royal Oak)

Client:    Auckland Council 

Installation of new stormwater pipe by open trench excavation, passing through concrete paths, pedestrian paths, general turf areas and a sand carpeted sports field.

 

Project:    New Watermain / Power Ducting Enabling Works (Rongomai Sports Complex, Otara)

Client:    Auckland Council 

Installation of 150 metres of 150mm dia PVC/PE watermain by directional drilling and open cut; Installation of flanged RSSV and flanged tees; Connection to existing watermain; Installation of thrusting blocks; Hydraulic testing and chlorination of completed installation.

 

Project:    Drainage Works, Mission Bay Fountain and Reserve

Client:    Auckland Council 

Construction of drainage and electrical works in a highly pedestrianised location at Mission Bay, a Coastal Marine and Historic Area; excavation of the foreshore in tidal conditions and installation of pipe in an area of protected trees.  Installation of 355mm dia stormwater pipe and manholes; reinstatement of 3m wide concrete walkway, boat ramp and seawall, whilst ensuring safe access for residents and beach and park users.

 

Project:    Cemetery Drainage Improvements (Hillsborough Cemetary)

Client:    Auckland Council 

Installation of stormwater pipes, construction of manholes and cesspits in the cemetery, construction of subsoil cut off drains up to 2m deep, swale drains and rock outlet structures.  The active burial ground remained open to the public throughout the works.