This paper is a case study of the future-proofing of the stormwater infrastructure for Richmond, the largest town township in the Tasman District. Borck Creek is one of the critical watercourses in the Richmond catchment serving a 1,400 hectare catchment area. It has gone through a significant journey of planning to secure a corridor not only for the use of stormwater relief, but also providing public amenity and ecological value.
This paper covers the following:
Although these types of projects appear straightforward in their engineering and construction requirements, they can be the most complex to undertake owing to the range of differing needs from a large number of stakeholders.