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BARANGAROO HEADLAND PARK
PLANT SUPPLY PROCESS
LNA 23rd February 2015
“Key-collaboration and use of varied disciplines at every level of the project –
consultants – suppliers - soil suppliers ...
PROCUREMENT – OUR FOCUS
Our focus is to provide an instant and natural landscape at day one of
planting and create the “Ca...
PROCUREMENT – OUR FOCUS
PROCUREMENT – OUR FOCUS
15 spp Native trees / Palms / Tree Ferns
• 713 x Advanced Trees 45lt – 1000lt
• 111 x Livistona australis Palms 3m – 6m
• ...
PROCUREMENT
PROCUREMENT – MANAGEMENT & REPORTING
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Plant Summary
Milestone
Milestone
MilestoneStartofStg
1contractdelivery
MilestoneEn...
Containers & Rootball Depths
Due to design restrictions tree rootballs to be custom grown with maximum depth of
500mm wher...
Quality – Hold Points
Checks and inspections at ‘procurement milestones’
PROCUREMENT - STANDARDS
December 2011 inspection ...
PROCUREMENT - STANDARDS
Quality – allowance for ‘natural form’
The designers and client communicated the desire for a ‘natural look’ finished prod...
PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND
Transplant specimen Ficus macrophylla
Sourcing and selection Preparation and digging ...
PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND
Transplant specimen Ficus macrophylla
Lifting and transportation
PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND
Transplant specimen Ficus macrophylla
Arrival on site
Installed
PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND
Transplant specimen Ficus rubiginosa – root pruning and containerisation
PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND
Transplant specimen and 2000L Ficus rubiginosa
PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND
Transplant specimen Ficus rubiginosa
PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND
Acclimatising at Mangrove Mountain
Livistona australis specimens
Delivery and install...
PROCUREMENT – DELIVERY & TODAY
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BARANGAROO HEADLAND PARK –
TRANSFORMATION ‘VISION’
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BARANGAROO HEADLAND PARK –
TRANSFORMATION ‘VISION’
LNA - The Green Workshop 2015 - Barangaroo Point
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For the fourth consecutive year, the Green Team worked closely with the LNA to deliver a “Green” topic of interest for its first general meeting of the year.

The Green Workshop 2015 focused on the highlights and some of the challenges in creating and growing Sydney’s new iconic green space. 

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LNA - The Green Workshop 2015 - Barangaroo Point

  1. 1. BARANGAROO HEADLAND PARK PLANT SUPPLY PROCESS LNA 23rd February 2015
  2. 2. “Key-collaboration and use of varied disciplines at every level of the project – consultants – suppliers - soil suppliers - seed collectors - propagators – horticulturist - landscape architects” • Project management • Provenance collection and propagation • Production planning and scheduling • Inspection quality testing / reporting • Soil-potting media • Ex ground transplants –trees and palms • Standards-Natspec • Logistics and transport PROCUREMENT - SCOPE
  3. 3. PROCUREMENT – OUR FOCUS Our focus is to provide an instant and natural landscape at day one of planting and create the “Captain Cook “ look . Use best practice, best conditions and facilitate clear communication to deliver the vision and the final landscape for all to enjoy.
  4. 4. PROCUREMENT – OUR FOCUS
  5. 5. PROCUREMENT – OUR FOCUS
  6. 6. 15 spp Native trees / Palms / Tree Ferns • 713 x Advanced Trees 45lt – 1000lt • 111 x Livistona australis Palms 3m – 6m • 99 x Cyathea cooperi 0.9m – 1.2m tall 25 spp Native groundcover / Vine / Grass / Fern • 4,600 x groundcovers / vines 200mm – 35lt • 66,000 x grasses / strappy leaf cells – 45lt (including 6,000 x 45lt Lomandra) • 2,600 x ferns 200mm 45 spp Native shrubs / Small tree / Macrozamias • 1,670 x advanced shrubs / small trees 200mm – 200lt • 265 x Macrozamia communis (offsite) 15lt – 45lt PROCUREMENT – PLANT SPECIES
  7. 7. PROCUREMENT
  8. 8. PROCUREMENT – MANAGEMENT & REPORTING 8 Plant Summary Milestone Milestone MilestoneStartofStg 1contractdelivery MilestoneEndofStg1 contractdelivery CentralParkArea Delivery (final) Species Name Size Qty Stg / Area Current Size Septembe r 2013 Supplier / Collector Provenanc e Current location Size January 2013 potup Size Septem ber 2013 potup Size Jan 2014 potup Size Jun 2014 Size Sept 2014 Holding/ growing location Current No's held Trees - Contract Sum % procured 100.00 % Allocasuarina littoralis 400Lt 27 Stg 1 HPMA 400lt AG No MM 400lt 400lt 400lt Mangrove Mt 30 Angophora costata 1000Lt 4 Stg 1 HPMA 1000lt AG No MM 1000lt 1000lt 1000lt Mangrove Mt 5+1 Angophora costata 400Lt 8 Stg 1 HPMA 400lt AG No MM 200lt Jul-13 400lt 400lt Mangrove Mt 10 Angophora costata 200Lt 20 Stg 1 HPMA 200lt AG No MM 100lt Jul-13 200lt 200lt Mangrove Mt 2+21+2 Angophora costata 100Lt 17 Stg 1 HPMA 100lt / 45lt x 16 AG No MM / KC 45lt 45lt Nov-13100lt Mangrove Mt 2 batches Angophora costata 45Lt 23 Stg 1 HPMA 45lt / 8Lt Snook Seeds Kurnell KC 8lt R/P Feb-1345lt / 8Lt 45lt / 8LtJan-14 45lt Mangrove Mt Banksia integrifolia 400Lt (upsized) 21 Stg 1 HPMA 400lt AG No MM 400lt 400lt 400lt Mangrove Mt 25 + 5 x 200L Banksia integrifolia 100Lt 7 Stg 1 HPMA 100lt AG No MM 100lt 100lt 100lt Mangrove Mt Banksia integrifolia 45Lt 6 Stg 1 HPMA 45lt Snook Seeds Kurnell MM 200mm Feb-1345lt 45lt 45lt Mangrove Mt 8 Corymbia gummifera 200Lt 10 Stg 1 HPMA 200lt AG No MM 200lt Feb-13 200lt Mangrove Mt 12 Corymbia gummifera 45Lt 7 Stg 1 HPMA tube Snook Seeds Engadine MM seedling Feb-13tube Oct-13 200mm Jan-14 45lt Mangrove Mt 10 Corymbia maculata 200Lt 6 Stg 1 HPMA 200lt AG No MM 75lt May- 13 200lt 200lt Mangrove Mt 11 Corymbia maculata 45Lt 8 Stg 1 HPMA 8lt Snook Seeds WarriewoodKC seedling 8lt 8lt R/P Jan-14 45Lt Mangrove Mt
  9. 9. Containers & Rootball Depths Due to design restrictions tree rootballs to be custom grown with maximum depth of 500mm where possible PROCUREMENT - STANDARDS
  10. 10. Quality – Hold Points Checks and inspections at ‘procurement milestones’ PROCUREMENT - STANDARDS December 2011 inspection of potting procedures with Stuart Pittendrigh February 2012 progress inspection with client and designers
  11. 11. PROCUREMENT - STANDARDS
  12. 12. Quality – allowance for ‘natural form’ The designers and client communicated the desire for a ‘natural look’ finished product – some of the advanced individual trees have been selected on this basis. PROCUREMENT - STANDARDS Advanced Eucalyptus haemastoma ‘Transplant’ advanced Ficus rubiginosa
  13. 13. PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND Transplant specimen Ficus macrophylla Sourcing and selection Preparation and digging Lifting and transportation
  14. 14. PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND Transplant specimen Ficus macrophylla Lifting and transportation
  15. 15. PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND Transplant specimen Ficus macrophylla Arrival on site Installed
  16. 16. PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND Transplant specimen Ficus rubiginosa – root pruning and containerisation
  17. 17. PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND Transplant specimen and 2000L Ficus rubiginosa
  18. 18. PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND Transplant specimen Ficus rubiginosa
  19. 19. PROCUREMENT – TRANSPLANTS & EXGROUND Acclimatising at Mangrove Mountain Livistona australis specimens Delivery and installation
  20. 20. PROCUREMENT – DELIVERY & TODAY
  21. 21. 21 BARANGAROO HEADLAND PARK – TRANSFORMATION ‘VISION’
  22. 22. 22 BARANGAROO HEADLAND PARK – TRANSFORMATION ‘VISION’

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