This rehabilitation project created a complex at Seaside Park that displays a range of innovative features covering landscaping and land-use concepts, design and construction practices.
With the closure of the Brady Road landfill, the challenge of this project was to achieve a solution that met client requirements and also satisfied community and stakeholder expectations. No easy feat as the site was a disused landfill with approximately half of the area having little, or no landfill cover.
In terms of physical size, cost and duration of rehabilitation works, it is the largest project of its kind completed by Auckland Council, and is the largest municipal landfill rehabilitation project ever undertaken in New Zealand.
- Concept design
- Public consultation
- Detailed design
- Construction management.
After completion of the project in 2005, it received the following awards:
- Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) Arthur Mead Memorial Environmental Award, Premier Award Winner in 2005.
- New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI), Project Award Winner in 2006.
- New Zealand Engineering Excellence Awards, 2005 Finalist, Category A: Building, Construction and Amenities.