Construction: We specialise in the construction and installation of effective stormwater detention, rainwater tanks and drainage devices on current and new developments.
Certification: Stormwater Sydney ensures your property complies with your Council’s requirements for maintenance and service agreements. We provide certification on both new and existing properties for development approvals.
Cleaning: We clean stormwater drains, pits, devices and retention systems, removing any sediment and debris blocking the lines, allowing the effective water flow of clean stormwater. We also clean potable and rainwater tanks and systems.
Inspection: We undertake inspection and audit or your stormwater drainage or detention devices against your Councils or Best Practice checklists to ensure ongoing compliance.
Maintenance: We undertake scheduled to ensure your stormwater systems are working effectively and are compliant with Council and EPA requirements. Many Councils now require five-year maintenance agreements be in place for new developments.
Repairs: We undertake repairs and upgrades to current property to ensure the stormwater and rainwater systems protect your property and are up to current standards.
Maintenance & Repairs
Aged Care Facility Mosman
An aged care facility at Mosman was suffering from an onsite detention system that didn’t work. A detailed assessment by Stormwater Sydney found that the cast in place structure still had the formwork in place. The pipework was at the wrong level and the orifice plates had never been set up. Three days later, the system was operating as designed and compliant with Council regulations
Manufacturing Facility Minchinbury
A new manufacturing facility at Minchinbury was required by Blacktown Council to enter into a five-year maintenance agreement on its new stormwater and rainwater systems. These include roof drainage, ODS’s, detention basins and rainwater tanks.
Maintenance & Repairs
Street Drainage Potts Point
A house at Potts Point required the replacement of the drainage from the property to the street. The drainage had been damaged by the NBN. The replacement required permission of Sydney City Council, Road Opening Permits and the restoration to Councils Standards.