Discover how Hydro CP’s exclusive distribution of premium drainage solutions played a pivotal role in the success of the Queen Street CBD Auckland Upgrade. From seamless integration to heightened safety standards, our commitment shines through.
Project Category: Case Studies
Orion Springfield Central is located in Brisbane’s fast growing south-western corridor. It was redeveloped in 2016, doubling in size from 37,175sqm to 68,720sqm. It’s now one of the top ten biggest shopping centres in Queensland.
The Hydro Stainless Foodpro system coupled with Hydro’s expertise in bespoke fabrication was the perfect drainage solution for the recently completed Woolworths Meat Co.
Temperature Controlled Distribution Facility. The preferred modular system, fabricated in grade 316 stainless steel, incorporated design elements such as a sloped base for increased hydraulic performance, inline sumps to catch debris and Class D, slip resistant grates to withstand forklift traffic whilst being safe for workers.
Hydro is thrilled to have recently supplied our new Mearin Plus drainage channels at the below Caltex Service Station in Direck. Light weight and easy to install, the strong and robust glass reinforced polyester (GRP) channels were the ideal drainage solution for this South Australian project.
Cucina Vivo is an upmarket Italian Restaurant situated at the Jupiters Resort and Casino on Queensland’s Gold Coast. This five star dining establishment boasts views of the Gold Coasts popular Broadbeach and has atmosphere reminiscent of outdoor dining in Tuscany.
The Labrador–Carrara Road and Ashmore Road roundabout on the Gold Coast was recently upgraded to a signalised intersection to improve traffic flows and cater for future traffic volumes. Hydro Construction Products (HCP) worked in conjunction with Parsons Brinckerhoff and McIlwain Civil Engineering on the $26 million upgrade.
The construction of the Bendigo Hospital is currently the largest regional hospital development in Victoria, Australia. When completed it will become a world-class healthcare facility showcasing 11 new operating theatres, a multi-level car park and helipad.
Hydro Construction Products supplied all architectural surface water management systems for the build as well as detailed advice on specialised custom drainage applications.
Robina Town Centre has claimed the title of Queensland’s biggest and most expensive food court. The $160 million development saw 40 fresh food retailers, cafes, bars and restaurants, with purpose-built open kitchens added to the 14,000sqm of additional floor space.
The redevelopment of the Narellan Town Centre is a massive $200 million project which saw the retail space nearly double from 36,000sqm to 72,000sqm. The dubbed “retail big gun” is located along 362 Camden Valley Way in the suburb of Narellan in Sydney, New South Wales.
ICC Sydney is at the heart of its very own Sydney harbour waterfront precinct, set amongst restaurants, retail and a vibrant public domain on Darling Harbour yet only a moment’s walk to Australia’s largest CBD and surrounding university and cultural quarters. Hydro worked with both the plumbing and civil contractors in the supply of linear drainage systems with both stainless steel architectural grating to the public recreation areas and high flow ductile iron grating to the surrounding road infrastructure.