By: Kirk Roberts  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Engineering Services, Civil Engineering, Consulting Engineers

Kirk Roberts New Zealand Civil Engineering | Design of Stormwater and Wastewater collection systems for Residential, Commercial and Industrial Projects

Civil engineering services provided by Kirk Roberts Consulting Engineers include design of stormwater and wastewater collection systems for residential, industrial and commercial projects.

To complement our geotechnical services to clients, we also design flexible and rigid pavements for multi-unit developments and also for small to medium sized subdivision developments.

We work closely with registered surveyors to provide a complete design service for land subdivisions, including design of effluent disposal systems and soakage pit systems for developments not serviced by existing waste water collection systems.

Kirk Roberts Consulting Engineers is following closely the latest proposed developments for Urban Design (NZS 4404), which will encourage the sustainable and modern design of waste water collection including ‘low impact’ storm-water management systems.

Keywords: Civil Engineering, Consulting Engineers, Engineering Services, Geotechnical Services

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