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Seve, irrigation and sustainability

Seve’s 9-hole course in Real Golf de Pedreña, to only irrigate tees and green complexes, aiming to minimize the area under irrigation. 30 years later, this is a tendency in golf course irrigation that improves sustainability and water conservation, making it be ahead of its time. Today, it is an honour to support the Club in the process of updating their irrigation system using up-to-date and efficient technologies.

Lakes renovation at RCG La Moraleja 2

During last summer, we had the honour of being selected by the Real Club de Golf La Moraleja to provide specialized engineering services and define the necessary works for the modernization of the lakes at La Moraleja 2. These works are part of a global renovation project to improve the sustainability of the club’s facilities. Its completion will result in lakes with up-to-date construction standards that will allow to significantly improve the storage capacity and to improve both water conservation and quality.

A step forward in efficient irrigation at Real Club de Golf Las Brisas

Last June we visited one of the leading golf courses at the Costa del Sol, the Real Club de Golf Las Brisas, to perform a comprehensive irrigation audit. The visit was carried out during the course maintenance week to not disturb the members while playing. Now it is time to work on an action plan that will be mainly focused on improvements in the pump station.

The design stage of the lakes’ hydraulic infrastructure project for Mijas Golf has been completed.

Due to frequent torrential rainfall events in this part of the world, and the inability of the existing infrastructure to drain and evacuate water effectively, Mijas Golf entrusted us the job to undertake a project for the renovation the lakes’ hydraulic infrastructure to improve the golf course resilience against flooding.

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