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Please find basic example of our mini golf construction process

Phase 1 - Prep site

Phase 2 - Excavation

Phase 3 - intial grading

Phase 4 - Run Drains and Cable ducts

Phase 5 - Base Construction

Phase 6 - Water Features and Rockworks

Phase 7 - Hole shaping

Phase 8 - Borders and structures

Phase 9 - Pathways

Phase 9 - Surfacing


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For an adventure golf course with lighting and water features there is much to consider. Prior to beginning on the design we will get a topography survey carried out. This allows us to ascertain drainage runs needed, cabling requirements, excavation depths and an approximation of materials required. The order in which the works are carried out becomes vital in the efficiency of the the entire project. As with any construction it always the excavation which comes first. All reusable materials such as top soil are either removed and placed to one side or positioned where planting borders are to go. Water features are also shaped at this early stage. Initial site grading is carried out with the on sub grade materials if it is of adequate quality to work with. Indeed if it is a wet heavy sub soil on which machinery can get stuck then we will need to bring in material to contour rather than shape what we have on site. Drainage will be put in after the initial grading and or after site base works. Type of drainage and amount required is to be assessed based upon the existing site conditions. Most of the time we will run shingle drains with or without land drainage pipe again dependent upon the site. Sometimes there are special requirements for extra drainage such as On our recent top golf project at their course in surrey. On this construction we placed drainage crates underneath the pond to use as a storm drain reservoir for the entire site. Base construction material will become the foundation for the entire area and will therefore need good load bearing qualities due to the works being carried out. Like any building site, the levels will be crucial for everything that is to follow. Once the base material has been shaped and compacted  it is time to run the ducting for lighting and water features. This will cause a certain amount of disruption to the area, but is just a case of digging up trench runs and then putting the material back in place. We have run ducting prior to putting in base material but have found it a little easier to do it after. I could write a page on each individual element but wanted to give a brief overview of intial construction process. I may come back to this in more detail at some point.