Space saving design through combination tanks incorporating irrigation and detention requirements
Communal Open Space at rear of site
G60 is a two building residential development located in centre of Gladstone. JFP has been involved in the project across many disciplines including Engineering, Planning, Surveying and Landscape Architecture.
By working together, JFP’s Engineers and Landscape Architects were able to address various site issues to maximise the sites potential, such as consolidating irrigation and detention tank requirements into one tank, minimising potential loss of landscape zones within the site. The Landscape Architects alongside the Architects (Nettleton Tribe) designed the communal recreation area at the rear of the site. This has incorporated a relaxed and comfortable bbq and recreational space, set within lush subtropical planting, specifically selected for the Central Queensland environment.
This space also was required to be DDA suitable to link to the rear pathway that links to the neighbouring site, requiring detailed level analysis by JFP’s Landscape Architects to ensure all access met Australian standards.