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Oct 20, 2011
The Jeffries Express Blower has been playing hard on the golf course, delivering some fantastic landscaping results of a newly reconstructed area of the Regency Park Golf Course.
Working with Urban Sustainable Landscapes in conjunction with Tron Civil Contracting, the Jeffries Express Blower was used to spread over 1,000 cubic metres of mulch onto the course. A combination of Jeffries Dura Mulch was used for the larger spaces, with Jeffries Forest Mulch spread in more prominent spaces around the teeing off areas.
Even amongst wet and muddy weather conditions, the project was completed in three weeks…which is amazing when you consider that it would have taken an estimated two months to complete the job if spread manually by hand!
Nick Fewster, Project Manager for Urban Sustainable Landscapes said “For this project the Jeffries Express Blower was the safest and most effective way to lay the mulch exactly where it was required and at the correct depth. It weaved its way through tight access areas and around ‘no-go zones’ in a way that other equipment would not allow.”
To place some perspective on to the size of the project, Urban Sustainable Landscapes planted 458 mature native trees and 11,400 native shrubs, along with nine kilometres of drip line irrigation.
Brynne Barker, Site Manager for Tron Civil said “Using the Jeffries Express Blower on one of our largest landscaping projects was great. The application rate, consistency of product and end result meant we were not only on time with the project, but also produced a visually spectacular result”
With a golf course looking this good, it’s enough to make anyone want to pick up the clubs!