With the anticipation of federal stimulus funding within the civil, landscape and construction industry, LCS Landscapes is positioned at the forefront to deliver quality ‘Shovel ready’ projects now!
Felixstow Reserve in as inclusive and considered landscape, providing opportunity for connections and reconciliation...
Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Scheme to harvest, treat, store and distribute recycled stormwater for irrigation purposes across the eastern region of Adelaide.
This project is an Urban landscape constructed within the fabric of the old Mitsubishi factory building...
The results and attention to detail during construction and the finished project have well exceeded the client’s expectations...
The project in its broadest sense is a large Community park of some 53,000m2, however it is much more than this...
The construction of custom made play elements and manufactured play equipment allows for a wide variety of play opportunities for all.
The combination of natural elements & traditional landscape techniques help form a functional space that is both robust and immersive...
These spaces reflect the school’s desire to create meaningful external spaces for students and teachers that can be used for both play and learning environments.
Bowden’s Main Park was constructed by LCS Landscapes for Renewal SA and Aspect Studios throughout 2016.
LCS Landscapes completed the landscape construction of this stage of the Tonsley project for Renewal SA and Oxigen in January 2017.
Goolwa's new adventure playground has been constructed by LCS Landscapes at Bristow Smith Reserve on Barrage Road.
LCS Landscapes has finished another iconic playground for children, with the completion of the 'Glenelg Foreshore Playspace' for the City of Holdfast Bay.
'Natures Playground' at the Adelaide Zoo is a nature inspired play space for children of all ages.
The delivery of this $4.5m project was a collaborative effort through Renewal SA, LCS Landscapes, and Aspect Studios.
We completed construction of the Payneham Oval Playground upgrade in August 2015.
The landscape design at Ross Robertson presented a real opportunity to turn a barren unused space into an interactive sensory landscape for residents and families.
We completed works on the most recent upgrade in November 2014 which included a host of new equipment, landscaping, paths and surfaces.
As the wetland matures we continue to monitor water levels, plant health and control weeds.
The design aimed to capture the fundamentals of nature with trees for shade, natural elements and interpretive features found in nature.
With the new shade trees & colourful planting the landscape will provide a cooling and well balanced space.
Our construction team has just completed a series of landscape projects for Stirling East Primary School
LCS Landscapes was engaged by the principal contractor to landscape all surrounds of the footbridge.
The wetland with its large existing River Red Gums and around 85,000 new plants has become an area for recreation and biodiversity.
This project provides an iconic piece of Urban Infrastructure that gives back to the community of Port Adelaide, and making it a destination for metro Adelaide.
In December 2013 we completed works on the main playground and various areas surrounding the oval.
This high profile and well publicised playspace is another step towards an exciting new approach to Adelaide’s playgrounds and open spaces
Through this project LCS Landscapes in collaboration with Jeffries introduced the “Ecoblanket’ landscape system into South Australia
With the school approaching its centenary we were engaged to design a landscape to help honour the schools past people and achievements.
This once empty area of the school is now a great nature play space for the children to explore, learn and play.
Working closely with City Design (Adelaide City Council), Oxigen, and Environmental Consultants was critical for the success of this major project.
Key 'Nature Play' features in the design included water play, a dry creek, timber elements, & Imaginative play areas to explore, gather, build cubbies & make mud pies!
Indulkana (Iwantja) is an Aboriginal Community nestled below the Indulkana Range within the picturesque APY Lands.
November saw the completion of the Adelaide Shores Water Park Landscape just in time for the summer holiday season.
The Aquifer Storage & Recovery (ASR) wetland is the first of its kind for this council.
Working with Southern Cross Care and Cube Architects we designed safe, colourful, low maintenance and water-wise landscapes.
The purpose of the wetland is to recycle storm water and recharge the aquifer as part of the City of Playford’s Aquifer Storage and Recovery program (ASR).
The timeline of the project was based around the imminent arrival of the Pandas Wang Wang & Funi.
Amongst many various responsibilities our early works here included pathway installation, soil amelioration, planting and mulching.
The Oak Valley School community feel this project has provided a learning landscape that will provide years of use...
Etiwanda Wetlands are a fine example of how creating an artificial and functional wetland system can bring about multiple positive environmental benefits.
LCS Landscapes delivered a landscape master plan and open space design for all four stages of construction.
Our commitment to site safety, quality workmanship and horticultural maintenance has enabled us to maintain a strong presence at St Clair Precinct.
Our dedicated and passionate Environmental Services team undertook the task of planting 174,740 stems of over 43 species.
Children can work together by manually operating the 2 bilge pumps to create water flow down the waterfall which in turn wets the play sand below.
Indulkana (Iwantja) School is situated west of the Stuart Highway in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara lands (APY Lands) of South Australia.
Situated in Adelaide’s leafy suburb of Burnside, Hazelwood Park is a seemingly endless public space with large grassed areas, towering Eucalypts and numerous amenities.
In South Australia’s exclusive suburb of North Adelaide a lush and embracing garden now compliments this beautiful house.
The success of this project was attributed to the close working relationship between all stakeholders to deliver 3 parcels of work that tie together cohesively.
Consisting of two stages, this project was conceived with two very difference applications in mind.
Situated on the old Minda Farm, Blackwood Park was the latest development for the area in over 10 years.