Gresham Street Redevelopment, Adelaide, SA
The South Australia State Government and Adelaide City Council recently collaborated to transform the Gresham Street lane into a French Quarter. The investment is in response to a $50 billion submarine contract won by a French company (NCDS). As a result, 300 French families are expected to relocate to Adelaide over the next ten years and a vibrant French Quarter would become a welcome familiarity.
Project Design Brief
A central component of the design was to make the street and footpath one level to ease the movement of pedestrians. Designers required a trench drainage system that would quickly and efficiently remove runoff from the pavement and street, whilst withstanding vehicular traffic and meeting safety requirements for pedestrians.
- KlassikDrain K200 with Iron Wave Heelsafe® Anti-Slip grates
- The 0.5% slope in KlassikDrain K200 provides runoff to the outlets, whilst allowing surrounding pavements to be constructed flat
- Iron Wave Heelsafe® Anti-Slip Grates are certified to Load Class D AS 3996
- Iron Wave Heelsafe® Anti-Slip Grates meet slip resistance requirements to AS 4586 and AS 3996 with a 10mm slot for heel safety