Month: January 2020

29-01-2020

Ecologically Sustainable Gardens on buildings and a range of benefits...

Ecologically Sustainable Gardens on the built structure have a number of benefits. Photography. Galeria de SkyVille What is an Ecologically Sustainable garden on a built structure? Vertical gardens (Green walls or Living Walls), green facades and roof gardens make up gardens on the built structure. But an ecologically sustainable garden is one that only needs planting once. All gardens need maintenance

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23-01-2020

Sustainable Green Roofs and Managing Stormwater Runoff!

Storm-water run-off is a major cost to councils. Building infrastructure to handle large volumes of rain water in a short time period, uses a lot of taxpayers dollars. Collecting and piping storm water to a safer place is a constant problem for all urban areas.  As the urban areas grow so does the urgency to handle large quantities of water.

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15-01-2020

SRS Group NZ Ltd – Expansion Announcement!

New Zealand’s leader in providing green facades and architectural rigging has expanded its capabilities. SRS Group NZ Ltd, has grown their operations to include a foliage division to provide ecologically sustainable gardens for built structures. Stuart Tyler a veteran of over 250 gardens on building projects in Australia and New Zealand (with FytogreenAust. Ltd) has joined SRS Group NZ Ltd.  SRS Group

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09-01-2020

5 Great Examples of wire infill balustrade design.

Wire infills use cables that offer a contemporary look that is view-friendly and maintenance free. SRS uses 316 grade stainless steel wires to create wire infills into interior and exterior balustrades to ensure longevity of the product. In today’s world we are always looking for new and exciting designs, with our eagerness to find something great we tend to forget

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01-01-2020

Harbour Hockey Centre

A new world class facility and home for Harbour Hockey and the Vantage Black Sticks will be built at Rosedale Park as part of the Northern Corridor Improvements project. The new venue will provide expanded and enhanced community facilities to support the growth of community users; and to promote and support participation in the sport of hockey throughout New Zealand.

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