LCS Maintenance is responsible for maintaining and establishing some of Adelaide’s most significant and iconic sites.
We have designated maintenance teams experienced in maintaining landscaping for Industrial Estates, Retirement Villages, Shopping Centres, Parklands, Reserves, Wetlands, Playgrounds, Streetscapes, Schools, Subdivisions, Sportsfields, and Residential Properties.
If required our maintenance crews are backed up by our construction teams and other company resources to reinforce our ability to modify or rectify landscapes quickly and with minimal disturbance. Also, we are able to assist clients with small landscape projects that are identified through our maintenance services.
Management and Reporting
An important part of managing any maintenance project is to maintain excellent communication with our clients. As well as a strong emphasis on responding quickly to our client’s needs, we also put high importance on quality and keeping our clients immediately informed on progress or wherever immediate action needs to be taken.
We use an electronic information system for maintenance works carried which records chemicals used on site. This information is generated immediately via an iPad program by staff and is emailed directly to our clients from the site. The reports document site conditions and chemicals used, including a photographic record on a regular basis to keep clients immediately informed with progress and activities on site.
Awareness of the environment we maintain
Our attention to detail, quality, responsiveness, and friendly manner are comments frequently used to describe our maintenance staff by our clients.
As well as being contracted for periods of one to two years to establish new landscapes following our construction, we also maintain sites for extended periods and takeover maintenance projects that were constructed by others. We have long term contracts of some high profile Industrial Estates in Adelaide. Keeping the landscaping looking healthy, weed-free and neat is important to the businesses that operate within.
We believe careful maintenance during the plant establishment period of a juvenile wetland is critical for its long term success. Inhibiting aquatic weeds like Typha from smothering new plantings and the monitoring and adjustment of water levels are two actions that we can control. Once the ecosystem has developed over the first few years our monitoring and ongoing maintenance will keep the wetland healthy.
- Herbaceous and woody weed control
- Lawn mowing
- Structural and formative pruning
- Fertilising and soil treatments
- Pest management
- Repair and renovation of landscape
- structures, furniture and fixtures
- Planting and mulching
- Irrigation monitoring
- Tractor slashing
- Wetland care
- Tree removal
- Dead wooding
- Turf management
- Oval Maintenance
- General maintenance