Winchelsea War Memorial gets stage 2 and 3 go ahead!
AQL has been contracted for the next stage of design and construction for the Wichelsea war memorial. After consultation with the local community, invested partners and Surf Coast Shire, the original design will be honoured, construction is currently underway which will see an addition of two cairns and landscaping works.
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Focal Points and Highlights - Backyard Creative Australian Living
The team at AQL Landscape Design had their work cut out for them with this design brief. The clients wanted their Melbourne garden to really flourish, with a focal water feature plus a social setting for gatherings, plus they wanted to highlight some areas and soften others.
The award winning AQL Landscape Design Team is led by Principle, Horticulturist, Landscape Designer and Contractor, Wayne De Klijn and has developed a reputation for being a thoroughly professional multi-disciplinary team of Landscape Architects, Landscape Designers, Horticulturists and Project Managers.
With over 38 years of experience, Wayne and the team specialise in the creation of a range of projects types, from residential to large commercial developments, boasting un compromised client satisfaction and dedication to the highest quality level of workmanship. Their design philosophy encompasses cutting edge design techniques within the boundaries of sustainability and future trends.
Wayne and the team will be ready to discuss your outdoor project on Stand F45 at the Backyard and Garden Show, on Saturday 10 - Sunday 11 August at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
While a stainless steel or black granite wall with gold. Gilded and etched names is the traditional approach to creating a memorial for those who served in Vietnam; Mitchell Shire Council and Mitchell Sub Branch of Vietnam Veterans knew this was exactly what they did not want…….
A further $500,000 was invested into Seymour’s Vietnam Veterans’ Commemorative Wall last Thursday. Allowing its interested parties to “go beyond finishing the project off’, Vietnam Veterans Association Mitchell sub-branch chairman Ross Stewart said.
Presented by Federal Member for McEwen Rob Mitchell, stage three of the walk will see footpaths constructed, the installation of an Iroquois ‘Huey’ helicopter and a Howitzer artillery cannon, a commemorative wall panel, and the construction of car parks. Click here to view full article.