Paperbark Treehouse, Australian National Botanic Gardens

ground screws

U 66×865-91, FM 76×1300-M12, FM 114×1300-M24, OS 114×1300-4xM16

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Constructed mainly of recycled timber, this gorgeous three-level treehouse designed and created by Cave Urban sits amongst the paperbark trees at the Australian National Botanic Gardens. Ground screws were the preferred footing type for this project as our system involved no excavation, large machinery, digging or damage to the native Australian landscape. We installed a variety of ground screw types and sizes for the project as there were a number of different elements to the design including access ramp, boardwalk and viewing platform. The abundance of tree roots within the paperbark tree forest was no problem for our team as our ground screws were easily installed between the roots.
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