One of the advantages of a master planned business park is the ability to incorporate state of the art, customised infrastructure, designed for business usage.
From the Council reticulated water supply and sewage network (to the Raynes and Central Precincts) to the full high voltage power, fibre optic telecommunications and natural gas (Western Precinct only), the infrastructure is world class.
Titanium Park’s infrastructure is leading edge in terms of capacity and security of supply.
Underground modern cabling supplies 11KV power to Titanium Park.
From October 2017 a natural gas supply will be reticulated to the Western Precinct.
Telecommunications will be reticulated throughout the development via a fibre optic network. The proposed network will be in place by February 2019. An alternative solution is currently in place.
Proposed white LED lighting increases public safety and is more efficient to run than standard street lighting systems.
Council reticulated, mains pressure potable water will be supplied throughout Titanium Park and will ultimately provide storage for up to W4 fire fighting category.
Council reticulated wastewater system to the Raynes and Central Precincts.
Onsite soakage combined with underground reticulation and treatment swales for overland flows improves the quality and will reduce the amount of stormwater flowing to Mystery Creek and the Waikato River.
Road dimensions designed for unrestricted (highway legal) use and to accommodate a future public transport network. An existing taxi rank services the Airport.