The infrastructure for Royal Gardens Estate is one of the most sophisticated works implemented in Nigeria. The designs are of E.U. Standards and no compromises were made on quality.
- Road construction
There is almost 18 kilometres of 1st class quality road constructions and pedestrian sidewalks, all sidewalks are wheel chair and baby buggy/perambulator accessible. All roads are finished with a hot rolled asphalt layer, various layers of 150mm compacted sand fill to form road reserve.
- Estate access facilities
Two entrances give access to the Estate. The first and main entrance road 1, used by residents and visitors to the estate while road 2 is used by trade and maintenance vehicles. An emergency entrance/gate that is closed off to non residents is located at the south western end of the estate and is an off shoot of road 2.For added security; automatic barriers and gates with security chip and pin protocols are installed at this emergency gate to filter movement in and out of the estate.(Please consult the maps for a more detailed description)
- Storm water facilities
The entire site is constructed to a gradient of approximately two (2) percent, sloping from the North Eastern corner of the Estate to the South Western corner of the Estate. All roads are constructed to allow storm water during the heaviest torrential rainfall to flow into the south western end of the estate, into a storm water canal and the Lagoon.
- Water supply
Water is treated by a state of the art on-site plant according to World Health Organization standards from four deep wells with a depth of approximately 120 metres to residents of the estate .Treated water is stored in eight concrete surface water reservoirs with a holding capacity of 390m3 each, totalling effectively 3000m3 of water stored in case of unforeseen challenges.
- Fire fighting and fire station
An effective fire fighting solution will be installed throughout the Estate with fire hydrants at regular intervals on the Estate. The hydrants will be of the underground type and flush with the pavement.
- Electricity supply
Power to the estate is via a 33kv Power Holding Capacity of Nigeria (PHCN) grid and “a state of the art” power plant that utilises diesel and natural gas to power turbines that ultimately generate 34 Megawatts (mw) of electricity for use by residents of the Estate. Individual generating sets are not allowed on the estate as this plant is sufficient to power the entire estate with electricity if and when PHCN fails thereby reducing the noise pollution to residents of the estate.
- Street lighting
Ultramodern street lights made from a composite polymer re-inforced with fibre,that will fold and break at the base of the pole if impacted by a vehicle are situated throughout the estate.These lights are automatically controlled and are well maintained by the estate managers.
Ducts and communication manholes are installed thorughout the estate which allow for quick access to underground outlets in order that every house and building can be connected. All homes will be provided with an intercom system connection the houses and buildings with the gate house, fire station and the Estate’s security facilities.
- Multimedia facilities
Complimentary services at the Estate include a range of multimedia gadgets like Internet connectivity via Broadband, Television access to various cable networks and security of the estate is also controlled via this media.