Springvale Business Park Landscaping

1626-1638 Centre Rd, Springvale VIC 3171

Springvale Business Park is unmatched in terms of its sense of community, clever design, and impeccable finishes. It is already humming with some of Melbourne’s most prosperous small businesses.

With convenient access to major arterial roads, highways, transportation, and retail options, the property is tucked between well-established residential, business, and industrial sectors. These cutting-edge office warehouses set a new standard for style and quality and are astonishingly gorgeous while maintaining the highest level of usefulness.

Springvale Suburb

Springvale is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and is part of the City of Greater Dandenong local government area. It is situated 22 kilometers (14 miles) southeast of Melbourne’s Central Business District.

Although there are a few tiny industrial sectors dotted around the suburb’s northwest and northeast, it is primarily a residential region. One of Melbourne’s three primary cemeteries, the Springvale Crematorium and Necropolis, as well as the Sandown racetrack, are located in Eastern Springvale.

Outdoor Living Environment

Springvale is situated in Melbourne, which is renowned for having four seasons. There are lots of tourist-friendly shops and public areas in Springvale. With balmy summers, mild autumns, frigid winters, and sunny, brilliant springs, it enjoys nice, temperate weather all year long. Springvale has excellent air quality.

Landscaping for Springvale Business Park

The assigned landscaping project was completed in March 2020. The Business Park was built for warehouses, factory & industrial offices, showrooms, and large format retail. Red’s Landscaping Team planned the commercial landscaping of the park roads and interconnected streets. This included the water drain around the Business Park.

The plan was developed in 2D design to help facilitate the project. Each section was defined along with the type of plantation for that particular section.

We chose Lomandra Grass to be planted as the native plant on the green belt, lying alongside the streets. For the outer area of the green belt, Waterhousia floribunda (Weeping Lilly Pilly) was planted as a screening plant wall.

Some sections of the green belt were reserved for flowering plants to add colour to the roadside. For this section, we chose Prunus ‘Shirotae’ (Mount Fuji Cherry) plants. Small green sections of the building areas were also populated with native plants.

The project was initiated once accurate drawings and blueprints were created.

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