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Design Assurance Scheme - Water Accreditation

The Water Design Assurance Scheme (DAS) assessment is now a mandatory requirement for Melbourne Retail Water Association (MRWA) water companies. DAS accreditation has been introduced to improve the design of water supply systems being undertaken for MRWA. The competency based system involves training and practical experience, which is demonstrated through a two-part formal assessment and includes an exam and review of the applicant’s design of three water reticulation systems.

Joe Lynch | | Civil Engineering,

Rain Gardens

A rain garden is generally a small structure using careful design and plant selection to remove soluble pollutants (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium) and suspended solids from stormwater prior to discharge into downstream drainage systems and our waterways and bays.

Joe Lynch | | Civil Engineering, Urban Development,

Drain Optimisation

Myth:- lower consultant fees equals a lower project cost. Quality design and analysis can add value and save money when it comes time to construct your development. The first iteration of a drainage design may well get council approval – but is it the best solution?

Glenn Mansell | | Infrastructure,

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