Water Journal : Water Journal September 2012-1
feature article water SEPTEMBER 2012 47 including architectural design, aesthetic use of building materials and colours and eco-sensitive landscaping, resulting in a sense of local ownership for project outcomes. New Technology and Innovation Working collaboratively with the community provided a number of challenges when designing the new above-ground infrastructure, including the necessity to minimise building heights and sizes to reduce the impact on the surrounding urban environment. The new Clapham Pump Station is the largest pump station in urban Adelaide and was constructed as part of the NSISP. It was built from the ground up in the same time it takes to build an average sized house and is home to state-of-the-art operational and control technology. But although the pump station building may appear large, in reality it is small for the role it performs and the capability it contains. It is home to five Above: An overview map of the NSISP scheme. Left: Construction in Delamere Avenue, Springfield. Construction underway in Anderson Avenue, Torrens Park.
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