Projects

Here we showcase a variety of our client’s projects demonstrating our skills, expertise and experience.

Oaks Ave, Dee Why

Storm Consulting were commissioned by Warringah Council to undertake a drainage system for a section of Oaks Avenue in the Dee Why Town Centre

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South West Rocks Drainage Investigation

A stormwater drainage study identifying existing drainage network deficiencies within the South West Rocks catchment

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Warriewood Subdivision

A proposed in-fill development of approximately 80 homes is in the final stages of design documentation

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Grange Road, South Yarra Wetland

Our inner city wetland improves the water quality coming from the high end community of South Yarra and Toorak with their large manicured gardens and significant roof areas.

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Rural Farms making a difference for our creeks and waterways

The Storm team has been working across the Yarra Valley with Melbourne Water’s Rural Lands program for years

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Williamstown Cricket Ground Revisited

We love hearing from our many happy clients and Micah Pendergast from Melbourne Water is always one of them

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Frog Hollow Wetland – Gilgandra

Rod had an opportunity to visit Frog Hollow wetland in Gilgandra recently that Storm designed some years ago

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Carlton’s Lincoln Square

Storm’s Lincoln Square Stormwater Harvesting and Flood Detention project feature from the Herald Sun

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Tuggerah Lakes Long Jetty

The foreshore at the Long Jetty is unique in that each adjoining street has a dedicated stormwater outlet directly connected to the Lake

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Duck Pond, Victoria Park

Dubbo City Council proposed to progressively rehabilitate the Rotary Ponds Precinct of Victoria Park taking into consideration the initially intended design character of traditional Victorian era parkland.   

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Gore Creek Stormwater Rehabilitation and Salt Marsh Protection

Storm provided concept and detail design for the stormwater management component of this project, located just north of Sydney

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Ingleside Ornamental Pond

Storm was approached to be part of the design and construction team for an ornamental pond at a private residence in Ingleside.

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Epping Depot Stormwater Management Strategy and Concept Design

Storm was engaged by the City of Whittlesea to undertake a Stormwater Management Strategy and associated concept designs for the Epping Depot aimed at assessing integrated water management options for the site

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Dee Why Creek – Before & After

Photographs depict “before” and “after”

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B2 creek storm events

B2 has been subject to two storm events in December 2014 estimated to be a 50 year storm and 10 year storm for 2 hours

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South Creek

At Storm we take delight in seeing our design projects constructed but we also look forward to seeing them a few years later.

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Banyule’s Rethink Centre……….making us all re-think our stormwater

Banyule City Council’s Rethink Centre is located at their Bellfield depot and offers school and general interest groups an entertaining yet eye opening experience about how we function in our day to day lives.

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Happy 21st Lake Pillans!

It was many years ago, when working for the then Department of Land and Water, that our Principal Engineer, Rod Wiese, designed the Lake Pillans project.

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Bibby’s Place, Bonnyrigg – Stage 2, The Streetscape

Storm was engaged by Fairfield Council to develop concept and detailed designs for a water sensitive streetscape. Storm provided Council with a complete package of services including civil design of road widening and upgrade of the piped drainage network.

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Bibby’s Place, Bonnyrigg – Stage 1, The Swale

Storm was engaged by Fairfield Council to develop concept and detailed designs for a water sensitive urban design scheme to treat runoff from an existing established catchment including both residential and industrial development.

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South Turramurra Creek Rehabilitation – updated photos

Photographs from our final site visit in August 2014

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Mars Creek

Recent photographs from October 2014…..

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South Turramurra Creek Rehabilitation

Updated photographs from July 2014 site visit, showing the clay liner being placed, planting and the upper reach with rock mix treatment

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Duke Street, Sunshine

Streetscape Raingardens

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South Turramurra Creek Rehabilitation – updated photos

Please see updated photographs from May 2014 including the subdivision tank that will harvest water from the wetland

The left bank and the creek bed are completed. Right bank to be covered by topsoil. The interesting features are the log drop and the spalls/soils mix used at the creek base

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Glenbervie Road, Strathmore – Stormwater Detention & WSUD

City of Moonee Valley Council identified a risk of flooding downstream of Glenbervie Road due to trapped low points and an under-capacity pipe network. The site is very restricted, with residential development both upstream and downstream that is built almost boundary to boundary.

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Browns Creek restoration in Lismore Park

Browns Creek was naturalised into a meandering creek with floodplain wetland remnants that reflected the historical floodplain before colonisation.

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Barangaroo South WSUD Strategy

A key pillar of delivering sustainability across Barangaroo South is WSUD

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Green Square Town Centre – Stormwater Recycling

The feasibility and viability of the stormwater recycling scheme was proven by Storm Consulting.

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WSUD Opportunity Mapping

Council is institutionalising a process which is normally undertaken in an and ad-hoc manner to deliver on ambitious water targets.

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Mt Evelyn Sustainable Car Wash

…a good example of how numerous stakeholders can benefit at the same time as the local waterways.

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City of Sydney Raingarden Capacity Building

Storm’s visits have resulted in a quality control system for raingardens with minimal re-working and savings for all.

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Taronga Western Plains Zoo Wetland 20 yrs on

The intent of the wetland is to intercept runoff from the zoo – including animal wastes

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Grassroots protection of Little Stringybark Creek

Like many urban waterways, Little Stringybark Creek was once a healthy and clear stream. However, with the pressure of urban development…

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Sydney Olympic Park sustainable development

Sydney Olympic Park is not just the home of sports and entertainment in Sydney.

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Stormwater Harvesting on the Mount

Council gained significant insight into the value of having a good consultant in Storm

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Mission to Mars…Creek

Mars Creek within the campus of Macquarie University is undergoing a facelift. The Reach 1 works, designed by Storm, have created one of the most impressive creek projects in Australia.

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Restoring the waters

Restoring the Waters works on Clear Paddock Creek in western Sydney – still passing muster 12 years on…

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Catchment Plan targets creek protection in Ku-ring-gai

Integrated water cycle management catchment study for the 521 Ha Avondale Creek.

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Mars Creek Catchment Environmental Plan

Campus expansion to showcase creek enhancements at Macquarie University

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Drummoyne Oval

Iconic sports arena makeover has water at it’s heart

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Lofberg Oval

Oval upgrade integrates sustainable water for happy community

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Cooper Park

Trendy Sydney dress circle gets creek and stormwater works to match

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Kendall & Crescent Head

Stormwater hydraulic studies alleviate coastal flood hotspots

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The Landings seniors living development is a winner

The Landings is a quality Seniors Living development located in North Turramurra on Sydney’s northern fringe.

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Blue Mountains rationalises sports field use based on capacity study

The sustainable management of Council sports fields is becoming increasingly important as demand by communities increases, and the asset value and safety of the fields diminishes with overuse.

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Box Hill gardens

Innovative tree irrigation ticks the boxes, scores Award

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SNURP

Passive irrigation of street trees gives Dandenong a boost

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IrrigationSmart Program makes residents ACT for sustainable water use

This is a grass-roots exercise in water sustainability and in keeping with Storm’s core values of water conservation.

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Narrabeen paths and trail network improve beachside mobility

Along South Creek Road Storm provided all the civil investigation and design for a shared trail that meanders through urban and creekside landscapes.

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