• Requirement:
    A paving plan which allowed for large trucks to traverse between upper and lower levels of the winery, and all associated drainage

    Challenges:
    • Sloping section adjacent to a large storm water channel, and final design needed to incorporate several flat areas and vehicle manoeuvring paths
    • Short timeframe

    Challenges met:
    • Worked collaboratively and effectively with the structural engineers and council

    Summary:
    A cost effective, smart design solution provided for both pavement and private drainage

  • Requirement:
    A paving plan which allowed for large trucks to traverse between upper and lower levels of the winery, and all associated drainage

    Challenges:
    • Sloping section adjacent to a large storm water channel, and final design needed to incorporate several flat areas and vehicle manoeuvring paths
    • Short timeframe

    Challenges met:
    • Worked collaboratively and effectively with the structural engineers and council

    Summary:
    A cost effective, smart design solution provided for both pavement and private drainage

  • Requirement:
    Stormwater mitigation to protect downstream environment

    Challenges:
    Large rural development with significant storm water management
    • Affected parties
    • Council volume and flow rate requirements
    • Add value without taking up unnecessary land area

    Challenges met:
    Developed functional, attractive and easily constructed ponds
    • Consent essentials and client goals met
    • Appeased all concerned parties

    Summary:
    EDC’s respected and thorough relationship with council provided a smooth pathway to achieving and managing client goals

     

  • Requirement:
    Stormwater mitigation to protect downstream environment

    Challenges:
    Large rural development with significant storm water management
    • Affected parties
    • Council volume and flow rate requirements
    • Add value without taking up unnecessary land area

    Challenges met:
    Developed functional, attractive and easily constructed ponds
    • Consent essentials and client goals met
    • Appeased all concerned parties

    Summary:
    EDC’s respected and thorough relationship with council provided a smooth pathway to achieving and managing client goals

     

  • Requirement:
    Stormwater mitigation to protect downstream environment

    Challenges:
    Large rural development with significant storm water management
    • Affected parties
    • Council volume and flow rate requirements
    • Add value without taking up unnecessary land area

    Challenges met:
    Developed functional, attractive and easily constructed ponds
    • Consent essentials and client goals met
    • Appeased all concerned parties

    Summary:
    EDC’s respected and thorough relationship with council provided a smooth pathway to achieving and managing client goals

     

  • This multi-unit residential development consists of 8 two bedroom social housing units. With difficult ground conditions and a tight site, a collaborative approach from the Geotechnical, Structural and Civil teams enabled us to be proactive in addressing a variety of construction issues.

    These issues were often identified during inspections and working collaboratively enabled us to discuss the issues in-house and provide immediate feedback and design changes to implement onsite.

  • This multi-unit residential development consists of 8 two bedroom social housing units. With difficult ground conditions and a tight site, a collaborative approach from the Geotechnical, Structural and Civil teams enabled us to be proactive in addressing a variety of construction issues.

    These issues were often identified during inspections and working collaboratively enabled us to discuss the issues in-house and provide immediate feedback and design changes to implement onsite.

  • This multi-unit residential development consists of 8 two bedroom social housing units. With difficult ground conditions and a tight site, a collaborative approach from the Geotechnical, Structural and Civil teams enabled us to be proactive in addressing a variety of construction issues.

    These issues were often identified during inspections and working collaboratively enabled us to discuss the issues in-house and provide immediate feedback and design changes to implement onsite.

  • This multi-unit residential development consists of 8 two bedroom social housing units. With difficult ground conditions and a tight site, a collaborative approach from the Geotechnical, Structural and Civil teams enabled us to be proactive in addressing a variety of construction issues.

    These issues were often identified during inspections and working collaboratively enabled us to discuss the issues in-house and provide immediate feedback and design changes to implement onsite.

  • Requirement:
    Old stormwater reticulation re-established as a natural stream

    Challenges:
    • Constrained and large scale earthworks
    • Environmental controls to prevent pollution during construction
    • Complex stream with steep terrain

    Challenges met:
    • Collaborative project involving: client, community and landscape architect
    • Established new streams in a natural and stable manner
    • Design and build approach utilised

    Summary:
    This project required civil, geotech and structural engineering. As a multi-discipline engineering firm, EDC were able to manage the entire project with ease and confidence

  • Requirement:
    Old stormwater reticulation re-established as a natural stream

    Challenges:
    • Constrained and large scale earthworks
    • Environmental controls to prevent pollution during construction
    • Complex stream with steep terrain

    Challenges met:
    • Collaborative project involving: client, community and landscape architect
    • Established new streams in a natural and stable manner
    • Design and build approach utilised

    Summary:
    This project required civil, geotech and structural engineering. As a multi-discipline engineering firm, EDC were able to manage the entire project with ease and confidence

  • Requirement:
    Old stormwater reticulation re-established as a natural stream

    Challenges:
    • Constrained and large scale earthworks
    • Environmental controls to prevent pollution during construction
    • Complex stream with steep terrain

    Challenges met:
    • Collaborative project involving: client, community and landscape architect
    • Established new streams in a natural and stable manner
    • Design and build approach utilised

    Summary:
    This project required civil, geotech and structural engineering. As a multi-discipline engineering firm, EDC were able to manage the entire project with ease and confidence

  • Requirement:
    Old stormwater reticulation re-established as a natural stream

    Challenges:
    • Constrained and large scale earthworks
    • Environmental controls to prevent pollution during construction
    • Complex stream with steep terrain

    Challenges met:
    • Collaborative project involving: client, community and landscape architect
    • Established new streams in a natural and stable manner
    • Design and build approach utilised

    Summary:
    This project required civil, geotech and structural engineering. As a multi-discipline engineering firm, EDC were able to manage the entire project with ease and confidence

  • Requirement:
    Old stormwater reticulation re-established as a natural stream

    Challenges:
    • Constrained and large scale earthworks
    • Environmental controls to prevent pollution during construction
    • Complex stream with steep terrain

    Challenges met:
    • Collaborative project involving: client, community and landscape architect
    • Established new streams in a natural and stable manner
    • Design and build approach utilised

    Summary:
    This project required civil, geotech and structural engineering. As a multi-discipline engineering firm, EDC were able to manage the entire project with ease and confidence

  • Requirement:
    Old stormwater reticulation re-established as a natural stream

    Challenges:
    • Constrained and large scale earthworks
    • Environmental controls to prevent pollution during construction
    • Complex stream with steep terrain

    Challenges met:
    • Collaborative project involving: client, community and landscape architect
    • Established new streams in a natural and stable manner
    • Design and build approach utilised

    Summary:
    This project required civil, geotech and structural engineering. As a multi-discipline engineering firm, EDC were able to manage the entire project with ease and confidence

  • Requirement:
    High density multi-story townhouse development

    Challenges:
    • Steep terrain on a narrow strip of land
    • Sensitive marine environment
    • Temporary stability during construction
    • Significant structural design

    Challenges met:
    • Terraced site with large retaining wall
    • Reinforced concrete slope
    • Tilt slab construction

    Summary:
    EDC’s multi-discipline engineering services collaborated well, a proactive approach eliminating any possible issues.

  • Requirement:
    High density multi-story townhouse development

    Challenges:
    • Steep terrain on a narrow strip of land
    • Sensitive marine environment
    • Temporary stability during construction
    • Significant structural design

    Challenges met:
    • Terraced site with large retaining wall
    • Reinforced concrete slope
    • Tilt slab construction

    Summary:
    EDC’s multi-discipline engineering services collaborated well, a proactive approach eliminating any possible issues.

Projects
  • Civil: Babich Winery, Marlborough

  • Civil: Bawden Road, Diary Flat

  • Civil: Armagh Street, Christchurch

  • Civil: La Rosa

  • Civil: 7 The Avenue