Design Solutions

CDC’s dedicated in-house design team bring focused experience and expertise in a wide range of plumbing and hydraulics design. This experience includes all aspects of design for sanitary waste, trade waste, hot and cold water systems, stormwater management, rainwater storage, roof guttering and downpipes, fire suppression and hose reel systems. Additionally, CDC can also design gas services from typical water heating and climate control solutions, through to specialised medical gas systems.

Case Study – Australia 108

Client – World Class Global

Project – Luxury High-Rise Residential Development

Budget – $24m CDC Contract, $900m Total Project Value

With 1,105 apartments across 100 storeys, Australia 108 is the tallest building in Melbourne and, when designed, the tallest residential building in the southern hemisphere. Located in Melbourne’s Southbank and designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects, the building’s appearance is defined by the distinctive golden ‘starburst’ which extends outwards from levels 70 and 71.

The building features two infinity pools and multiple spas, with residents living above the Starburst able to enjoy their own private VIP zones and exclusive pool. These amenities are in addition to a range of dining rooms, theatres, libraries, vertical gardens, gyms and lounge areas throughout the building.

Case Study – Australia 108

Client – World Class Global

Project – Luxury High-Rise Residential Development

Budget – $24m CDC Contract, $900m Total Project Value

With 1,105 apartments across 100 storeys, Australia 108 is the tallest building in Melbourne and, when designed, the tallest residential building in the southern hemisphere. Located in Melbourne’s Southbank and designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects, the building’s appearance is defined by the distinctive golden ‘starburst’ which extends outwards from levels 70 and 71.

The building features two infinity pools and multiple spas, with residents living above the Starburst able to enjoy their own private VIP zones and exclusive pool. These amenities are in addition to a range of dining rooms, theatres, libraries, vertical gardens, gyms and lounge areas throughout the building.

CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Australia 108
CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Australia 108
CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Australia 108
CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Australia 108
CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Australia 108
CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Australia 108

Case Study – Marvel (Docklands) Stadium, Melbourne

Client – AFL

Project – New Stadium in Melbourne’s Docklands

Budget – $12m CDC Contract, $362m Total Project Value

Melbourne’s Docklands Stadium – today known as Marvel Stadium – was a critical early project at the beginning of the Docklands precinct development, and was built on the notoriously challenging Coode Island site.

Formed by the excavation of the Coode Canal in 1887 and previously part of a low-lying wetland affected by the tidal zone of the Yarra River, Coode Island was connected to the mainland in the 1930s. The present Coode Island ground conditions – primarily consisting of waterlogged silt – presented a key plumbing and hydraulics design challenge; namely, to alleviate and minimise the need for all hydraulic services below ground level.

CDC’s experience from delivering the MCG’s “Great Southern Stand” five years earlier was invaluable when planning and successfully executing the design and construction methodology of this state-of-the-art recreational facility.

Case Study – Marvel (Docklands) Stadium, Melbourne

Client – AFL

Project – New Stadium in Melbourne’s Docklands

Budget – $12m CDC Contract, $362m Total Project Value

Melbourne’s Docklands Stadium – today known as Marvel Stadium – was a critical early project at the beginning of the Docklands precinct development, and was built on the notoriously challenging Coode Island site.

Formed by the excavation of the Coode Canal in 1887 and previously part of a low-lying wetland affected by the tidal zone of the Yarra River, Coode Island was connected to the mainland in the 1930s. The present Coode Island ground conditions – primarily consisting of waterlogged silt – presented a key plumbing and hydraulics design challenge; namely, to alleviate and minimise the need for all hydraulic services below ground level.

CDC’s experience from delivering the MCG’s “Great Southern Stand” five years earlier was invaluable when planning and successfully executing the design and construction methodology of this state-of-the-art recreational facility.

CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Marvel Stadium
CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Marvel Stadium
CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Marvel Stadium
CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Marvel Stadium
CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Marvel Stadium
CDC Plumbing Design Solutions - Project Case Study, Marvel Stadium

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