Managing earthworks. Minimizing impact programme

Jeavons. Clifton Hill railway. Melbourne. Australia

November 13, 2014

Managing earthworks. Minimizing impact programme

Photo: Andrew Lloyd Photography

Transporting earth and rubble is one of the least sustainable moments in any intervention. Re- sing this waste material as a construction element avoids transportation and dumping, while at the same time offering ways to redefine the landscape of the space in a more cost-effective manner. Earthworks of nearby sites might also be used to achieve the same aims.

While the renovation work of the embankment was ongoing a plan was drawn up to minimize the impact on the run-off and the bike path was re-routed so it could remain open.

 

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Jeavons Landscape Architects. Clifton Hill Railway. Melbourne. Australia
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