STORMWATER SERVICES

Pits behind the boundary and RHS to kerb and chanel

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This is the minimum that council require for subdivisions. For each lot you will need a pit behind the boundary, at least one (sometimes two or three)  125*75 steel RHS and a Kerb adaptor. You need to have a certain minimum fall accross the footpath. Your hydrulaic consultant will need to design the particular system for your subdivision.  Council usually call for As Constructed Plans upon completion. No application is normally required but this must be installed as per the hydraulic design by a Registered Professional Engineer Queensland. (RPEQ) 

Stormwater lines

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Required for  - 


- Easement driveways

- Pipes into neighbours yards to get  legal point of discharge

- Sometimes you may need to run pipes down the footpath to assist with fall.

Pits

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Concrete walled pits. These are required

traditionally when stormwater pipes are involved.

Drainage gravel support

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Your stormwater plumber will need to follow the design consultant's plan and specifications including proper bedding

around the pipe.

Hydraulic Consultant

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We  can arrange for a hydraulic consultant to draw up plans so you can then get your stormwater plumber to install.

Kerb Adaptors

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Special kerb adaptors should be used

as per council standard or engineers standard.

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SAMPLE PLAN - PITS AND RHS TO KERB

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SAMPLE PLAN OF PITS AND KERB TO THE STREET




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SAMPLE OF PLAN OF STORMWATER LINES , PITS AND RHS TO TO KERB