The Stage 2 project completes the Aria Bay Retirement Village development. It is made up of 52 Apartments, interior and exterior communal spaces, a café/restaurant, and utilities required to provide the ultimate in wellness and independent living.
The Tāmaki Makaurau Silverdale and Hobsonville 14MW data centre campuses are home to the largest and most secure centres of their type in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The South East Asia Jungle Track, a $62m renewals programme funded through Auckland Council’s long-term plan, is the biggest project in Auckland Zoo’s 100-year history.
Located in Parnell, ‘Future House’ is a multi-level interior fit out & refurbishment of an existing 1950’s building, providing new modern office space.
Work and Income Service Centre refurbishments all over Tāmaki Makaurau. These fit-outs included upgrade and alterations of services, and a full redecoration and replacement of furnishings
Located on Mayoral Drive in Auckland CBD, Aotea is a unique building compromised of many levels and sections such as the main theatre, foyer spaces, convention wings and a striking exterior of interlocking stainless steel cladding.
Located in North Shore Hospital, this 600m2 sized centre was built to provide clinical excellence in the assessment, diagnosis and multidisciplinary treatment of breast cancer and breast disorders.
Located in Wynyard Quarter, Wynyard 100 is an exemplary Mixed-Use Development comprising of a 154 room 7 storey hotel, 385 space public carpark building and large retail area on the ground level.
The Aria Bay retirement village project involved the construction of a 3-level facility with 57 rooms for both standard rest home and dementia care, with a vibrant shared outdoor space.
The Gulf Rise Lot H project consists of an apartment building with 20 boutique 1&2 bedroom apartments, landscaped gardens, a community Pavilion and Glasshouse.
Auckland Zoo’s Te Puna Café was built to modernise food service to customers and provide a top-quality venue space. Overhanging the central lake and overlooking the High Canopy habitat, it provides a unique outlook where visitors can watch orangutans and siamangs swinging by.
Auckland Zoo’s new administration wing provides a significant focal point at the Zoo entry, setting the tone for what lies beyond. The building provides a multifunctional space and uses a high-performance building envelope that supports a low energy profile through natural light and passive ventilation.