Well-planned drainage projects retain their beauty for many years.
We are conducting three types of drainage works to discharge excess water accumulated in green and structural areas.
This type of drainage, which we perform with a slope of 1-2% to ensure the flow of water to the surface during landscape application, is more cost-effective than other options and prevents the accumulation of rain water especially in the area where it is applied.
Natural Ground Underground Drainage
Subsoil drainage is applied in soil areas which have high water retention tendency and cannot drain the accumulated water with its natural structure, through open drainage channels formed on the soil surface or buried pipe systems.
Drainage on Reinforced Concrete
Drainage plates, gravel and felts are used in the drainage of the green spaces created in concrete spaces such as terraces, car parks and roofs.
Thanks to these layers applied as a base before laying the soil, the excess water does not remain in the soil. Excess water collected in the plates is transferred to the filter system at certain intervals and removed from the area.