Drainage channel and three wetlands comprising over 100,000 plants. Currently maintained on behalf of Mirvac, this project was built by Eureka Landscapes in 2012. In 2013 this project was nominated for the Landscape Qld environmental award. Project landscape architect Form, wetland design by Water by Design.
Slacks Creek Stormwater Treatment
Slacks Creek, QLD
Logan City Council
This project was built in partnership with E2 Designlab and LAT 27 landscape architects. This is the first project where Evolve performed the civil construction, under the expert eyes of our project partners. The project is a prototype wetland, riparian zone diverting stormwater through a series of basins and over 10,000 plants. This project was completed on time and on budget thanks in part to the unique process of design and construction performed by the project partners. The project is currently being maintained by Evolve including monitoring of water quality until August 2014.
Pumicestone Park Environmental Park
This project is currently being maintained by Evolve until December 2014. The environmental park is significant.
Holcim Quarry Luscombe Bio-retention Basin
Holcim Quarry –
Supplying and spreading mulch and installing over 20,000 plants to a series of wetlands on the Holcim quarry site at Luscombe. Evolve is currently maintaining this project on behalf of Civil Contractors until March 2014.
Gateway Lifestyle Living -Tingalpa
905 Manly Rd, Tingalpa
This project required the full implementation of revegetation works as stated by a vegetation management plan prior to Enviren Constructions commencing building work on another area of the job site. Evolve implemented the vegetation plan ahead of schedule enabling Enviren Constructions access to the jobsite early.
Vegetation Management Plan provided by Yurrah.
Ewer Street, Carindale, Qld
By far the largest job undertaken by Evolve since its inception, Astonbrook Estate involves a substaintial weed management and revegetation program to be undertaken over a five year period. Mature Camphor Laurel trees and Cats Claw vine infest the Spring Creek corridor. Once removed, the introduction of over 40,000 endemic tree, grass and shrub species will return the creek corridor to its former glory and provide habitat to rare native fish species, wallabies and birds only 15 minutes from the Brisbane CBD. Evolve is working closely with Wolter Consulting, Form Landscape Architects and various departments of the BCC to ensure delivery of this project on time and on budget.