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Designing Residential External Surface Drainage Systems in Compliance with E1/AS1 & E2/AS2

A short guide to designing an external surface water drainage system that protects your dwelling from moisture while maintaining visual consistency and high performance. A typical residential project will likely require various surface water drainage systems installed at the property entrances and at the property boundary to protect the building from moisture and mitigate runoff …

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Designing Drainage Systems for Walk-In Showers

Walk-in showers have become a popular choice for the modern contemporary bathroom. These showers allow an open look utilising the available space in a bathroom while maintaining an aesthetic feel with continuous tiled walls and floor. To achieve this look, certain factors regarding drainage need to be planned for when designing the space.

Allproof Polymer Concrete Channel Drainage Used in South Wharf Precinct

Melbourne’s recently completed South Wharf Precinct showcases an excellent example of Australian architecture. This more than A$200 million project includes a 20-storey four-star Novotel positioned over a six-storey 1,150 space multi-level carpark designed by Woods Bagot and NH Architecture. When designing such a project great attention to detail must be applied to all factors, and …

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