The construction works for the extension to 18 holes in New Sierra Golf, Murcia, have already kicked off. This long-awaited moment due to the pandemic is now a reality. In this post, you will find out information about our role in this project.
We visited Empordà Golf carrying a drone, 2 GPS equipment and a robotic total station. Teamwork combining drone technology with more traditional topographical methods allow us to complete the irrigation system & golf course topographical survey in record time, and therefore to reduce its cost.
We share details and particularities of the technical study that we’ve been commissioned to produce to asses the viability of incorporating fairways and collar sand capping in the ongoing drainage improvement project.
A turning point in the Club’s water management strategy. We share details and particularities of the pump station at La Peñaza. A state of art pump station, digitalized and highly efficient.
We have completed the topographical survey of the oldest golf club in Spain, the Real Club de Golf Las Palmas, combining the use of drone imagery and GPS.
We supervise and certify the irrigation renovation works on holes 4 and 13. This is part of a full irrigation system renovation of 18 holes that is being run in phases.
On October 30, 2.020, was the 5 year anniversary of the full renovation of holes 10 to 18 of the Real Club de Golf Las Brisas, where we were honoured to be involved as project managers.
Mijas Golf Internacional has selected us to develop the project and plan the engineering works to improve the course from a hydraulic and civil point of view; to renovate the bunkers; and building a new operations center.
After carrying out a topographic survey and complete the irrigation design under the premises of conservation and efficient use of water, we have recently concluded the project documentation.
We have now completed the earthworks calculations, the hydrology study, the irrigation and pumping system design, as well as the agronomic specifications and grassing plan.