Eliot Sinclair & Partner’s Three Waters Design Team has extensive experience in all facets of stormwater, water supply and wastewater concept and detailed design, reporting and construction monitoring. We work collaboratively with both clients and regulatory body’s to achieve desired outcomes during both the design or construction phases.
As well as providing expert advice and developing solutions our project team strives to adopt sustainable initiatives by evaluating environmental protection, economic viability and the efficient use of resources. Our three waters team has an extensive track record of delivering successful, innovative, cost effective and sustainable infrastructure solutions across all residential, commercial and industrial sectors whether it be small sites or large subdivisions.
We take an integrated approach to stormwater design and can provide location specific expertise in developing stormwater management strategies, reticulation network designs, hydraulic modelling, flood impact assessments and water quality and quantity designs. We also have extensive experience in construction monitoring and erosion, sediment and dust management.
We provide comprehensive services for both new and existing wastewater networks including gravity or pressure reticulation, odour control and pump stations. We also provide design solutions for commercial or industrial trade waste, truck wash facility’s and onsite wastewater treatment and discharge systems.
Our experience with water supply is extensive and ranges from residential subdivisions to commercial or industrial water supply networks. We take a practical approach to all designs and work closely with regulatory bodies to achieve a successful design outcome.
Our three waters services include:
- Feasibility studies
- Hydraulic modelling
- Conceptual and detailed design solutions
- Flood impact assessments
- Erosion, sediment and dust management
- Design reporting
- Contract administration
- Construction supervision and management
- Assessment of environmental effects
- Resource consent applications