• Kotare Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Clive Barrington

    Beautifully designed and constructed, this urban sanctuary, tucked off a busy road, gives the owners their desired privacy and piece of mind. The robust design deals with the challenging ground conditions without compromising on architectural form. This house picked up the second of three NZIA Awards for Nott Architects that year.

    Awards:  2017 NZIA Canterbury Architecture Award Winner

  • Kotare Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Clive Barrington

    Beautifully designed and constructed, this urban sanctuary, tucked off a busy road, gives the owners their desired privacy and piece of mind. The robust design deals with the challenging ground conditions without compromising on architectural form. This house picked up the second of three NZIA Awards for Nott Architects that year.

    Awards:  2017 NZIA Canterbury Architecture Award Winner

  • 193 Travis Road, New Brighton

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Architecture HDT

    Contractor: Apollo Projects

    The new $38.6 million QEII centre replaces the former Commonwealth games venue that was significantly damaged and subsequently demolished.

    The 5500-square-metre facility features a 130m long hydroslide, a 25x25m lap pool, a toddlers pool with adjoining splash pad, a lazy river, a learn-to-swim pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a spa, sauna and steam room. The hydroslide boasts New Zealand’s first Aquasphere, where riders enter a giant sphere and bank around the walls before dropping back into the high-speed twists and turns.

    Among the engineering innovations present are the moveable pool floor and ground improvement works. The 25m 10-lane pool has a moveable floor, which can be raised and lowered to allow for deep-water activity at one end and shallower activities such as aqua fitness and swimming lessons at the other. As the area suffered major liquefaction in the earthquakes, the building footprint sits atop some two thousand rammed aggregate piers (RAP’s). The 600mm diameter RAP’s extend to a depth of 4m and serve to create a stiff soil crust that supports the foundations and reduces the susceptibility to liquefaction and differential settlement.

  • 193 Travis Road, New Brighton

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Architecture HDT

    Contractor: Apollo Projects

    The new $38.6 million QEII centre replaces the former Commonwealth games venue that was significantly damaged and subsequently demolished.

    The 5500-square-metre facility features a 130m long hydroslide, a 25x25m lap pool, a toddlers pool with adjoining splash pad, a lazy river, a learn-to-swim pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a spa, sauna and steam room. The hydroslide boasts New Zealand’s first Aquasphere, where riders enter a giant sphere and bank around the walls before dropping back into the high-speed twists and turns.

    Among the engineering innovations present are the moveable pool floor and ground improvement works. The 25m 10-lane pool has a moveable floor, which can be raised and lowered to allow for deep-water activity at one end and shallower activities such as aqua fitness and swimming lessons at the other. As the area suffered major liquefaction in the earthquakes, the building footprint sits atop some two thousand rammed aggregate piers (RAP’s). The 600mm diameter RAP’s extend to a depth of 4m and serve to create a stiff soil crust that supports the foundations and reduces the susceptibility to liquefaction and differential settlement.

  • 193 Travis Road, New Brighton

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Architecture HDT

    Contractor: Apollo Projects

    The new $38.6 million QEII centre replaces the former Commonwealth games venue that was significantly damaged and subsequently demolished.

    The 5500-square-metre facility features a 130m long hydroslide, a 25x25m lap pool, a toddlers pool with adjoining splash pad, a lazy river, a learn-to-swim pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a spa, sauna and steam room. The hydroslide boasts New Zealand’s first Aquasphere, where riders enter a giant sphere and bank around the walls before dropping back into the high-speed twists and turns.

    Among the engineering innovations present are the moveable pool floor and ground improvement works. The 25m 10-lane pool has a moveable floor, which can be raised and lowered to allow for deep-water activity at one end and shallower activities such as aqua fitness and swimming lessons at the other. As the area suffered major liquefaction in the earthquakes, the building footprint sits atop some two thousand rammed aggregate piers (RAP’s). The 600mm diameter RAP’s extend to a depth of 4m and serve to create a stiff soil crust that supports the foundations and reduces the susceptibility to liquefaction and differential settlement.

  • 193 Travis Road, New Brighton

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Architecture HDT

    Contractor: Apollo Projects

    The new $38.6 million QEII centre replaces the former Commonwealth games venue that was significantly damaged and subsequently demolished.

    The 5500-square-metre facility features a 130m long hydroslide, a 25x25m lap pool, a toddlers pool with adjoining splash pad, a lazy river, a learn-to-swim pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a spa, sauna and steam room. The hydroslide boasts New Zealand’s first Aquasphere, where riders enter a giant sphere and bank around the walls before dropping back into the high-speed twists and turns.

    Among the engineering innovations present are the moveable pool floor and ground improvement works. The 25m 10-lane pool has a moveable floor, which can be raised and lowered to allow for deep-water activity at one end and shallower activities such as aqua fitness and swimming lessons at the other. As the area suffered major liquefaction in the earthquakes, the building footprint sits atop some two thousand rammed aggregate piers (RAP’s). The 600mm diameter RAP’s extend to a depth of 4m and serve to create a stiff soil crust that supports the foundations and reduces the susceptibility to liquefaction and differential settlement.

  • 193 Travis Road, New Brighton

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Architecture HDT

    Contractor: Apollo Projects

    The new $38.6 million QEII centre replaces the former Commonwealth games venue that was significantly damaged and subsequently demolished.

    The 5500-square-metre facility features a 130m long hydroslide, a 25x25m lap pool, a toddlers pool with adjoining splash pad, a lazy river, a learn-to-swim pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a spa, sauna and steam room. The hydroslide boasts New Zealand’s first Aquasphere, where riders enter a giant sphere and bank around the walls before dropping back into the high-speed twists and turns.

    Among the engineering innovations present are the moveable pool floor and ground improvement works. The 25m 10-lane pool has a moveable floor, which can be raised and lowered to allow for deep-water activity at one end and shallower activities such as aqua fitness and swimming lessons at the other. As the area suffered major liquefaction in the earthquakes, the building footprint sits atop some two thousand rammed aggregate piers (RAP’s). The 600mm diameter RAP’s extend to a depth of 4m and serve to create a stiff soil crust that supports the foundations and reduces the susceptibility to liquefaction and differential settlement.

  • Montreal Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Clive Barrington

    A NZIA award winner, the bold colours on this house formed from two disctinct pods with a linking gallery really has a personality of its own. Structex provided the structural design for this funky house on a tight site, working with Notts to bring the vision of interesting spaces to life.

    Awards:  2017 NZIA Canterbury Architecture Award Winner

  • Montreal Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Clive Barrington

    A NZIA award winner, the bold colours on this house formed from two disctinct pods with a linking gallery really has a personality of its own. Structex provided the structural design for this funky house on a tight site, working with Notts to bring the vision of interesting spaces to life.

    Awards:  2017 NZIA Canterbury Architecture Award Winner

  • Montreal Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Clive Barrington

    A NZIA award winner, the bold colours on this house formed from two disctinct pods with a linking gallery really has a personality of its own. Structex provided the structural design for this funky house on a tight site, working with Notts to bring the vision of interesting spaces to life.

    Awards:  2017 NZIA Canterbury Architecture Award Winner

  • Worsleys Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Amalagamated Builders

    Structex was engaged to design retail buildings for the adventure park village as well as four ziplines that weave down the valley towards it. This was a fast-track project with only ten months between the concept design and completion of construction. The village buildings are exceptional examples of what is possible with modern day timber construction; only one piece of structural steel was required in the café building pictured and encourage responsible construction practices with renewable resources.

  • Worsleys Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Amalagamated Builders

    Structex was engaged to design retail buildings for the adventure park village as well as four ziplines that weave down the valley towards it. This was a fast-track project with only ten months between the concept design and completion of construction. The village buildings are exceptional examples of what is possible with modern day timber construction; only one piece of structural steel was required in the café building pictured and encourage responsible construction practices with renewable resources.

  • Worsleys Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Amalagamated Builders

    Structex was engaged to design retail buildings for the adventure park village as well as four ziplines that weave down the valley towards it. This was a fast-track project with only ten months between the concept design and completion of construction. The village buildings are exceptional examples of what is possible with modern day timber construction; only one piece of structural steel was required in the café building pictured and encourage responsible construction practices with renewable resources.

  • Lyttelton Port, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Athfield Architects

    Construction: Naylor Love

    This three-storey building provides facilities for both the port’s administration and operations staff, including office space, meeting rooms, locker rooms and a cafeteria, and features exposed structure throughout. The building is located on the waterfront on reclaimed land, and is supported on piles. To minimise seismic risk to the client, the building was designed to Importance Level 3, and the concrete shear walls were designed with a high level of detailing, to reduce the likely damage in a large earthquake.

  • Lyttelton Port, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Athfield Architects

    Construction: Naylor Love

    This three-storey building provides facilities for both the port’s administration and operations staff, including office space, meeting rooms, locker rooms and a cafeteria, and features exposed structure throughout. The building is located on the waterfront on reclaimed land, and is supported on piles. To minimise seismic risk to the client, the building was designed to Importance Level 3, and the concrete shear walls were designed with a high level of detailing, to reduce the likely damage in a large earthquake.

  • Lyttelton Port, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Athfield Architects

    Construction: Naylor Love

    This three-storey building provides facilities for both the port’s administration and operations staff, including office space, meeting rooms, locker rooms and a cafeteria, and features exposed structure throughout. The building is located on the waterfront on reclaimed land, and is supported on piles. To minimise seismic risk to the client, the building was designed to Importance Level 3, and the concrete shear walls were designed with a high level of detailing, to reduce the likely damage in a large earthquake.

  • Lyttelton Port, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Athfield Architects

    Construction: Naylor Love

    This three-storey building provides facilities for both the port’s administration and operations staff, including office space, meeting rooms, locker rooms and a cafeteria, and features exposed structure throughout. The building is located on the waterfront on reclaimed land, and is supported on piles. To minimise seismic risk to the client, the building was designed to Importance Level 3, and the concrete shear walls were designed with a high level of detailing, to reduce the likely damage in a large earthquake.

  • Lyttelton Port, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Athfield Architects

    Construction: Naylor Love

    This three-storey building provides facilities for both the port’s administration and operations staff, including office space, meeting rooms, locker rooms and a cafeteria, and features exposed structure throughout. The building is located on the waterfront on reclaimed land, and is supported on piles. To minimise seismic risk to the client, the building was designed to Importance Level 3, and the concrete shear walls were designed with a high level of detailing, to reduce the likely damage in a large earthquake.

  • Lyttelton Port, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Athfield Architects

    Construction: Naylor Love

    This three-storey building provides facilities for both the port’s administration and operations staff, including office space, meeting rooms, locker rooms and a cafeteria, and features exposed structure throughout. The building is located on the waterfront on reclaimed land, and is supported on piles. To minimise seismic risk to the client, the building was designed to Importance Level 3, and the concrete shear walls were designed with a high level of detailing, to reduce the likely damage in a large earthquake.

  • 5 Norwich Quay, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Gary Mason Construction

    Formerly the offices of the Lyttelton Harbour Board, this 140-year old building was badly damaged after the Canterbury earthquakes. Having lost a number of heritage buildings in Lyttelton, including the upper storey of this building, the owners, community and council were eager to retain the remaining brick façade. Structex led the way in developing a scheme to refurbish and strengthen the building as well as securing a grant for the owner to retain the heritage elements.

  • 5 Norwich Quay, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Gary Mason Construction

    Formerly the offices of the Lyttelton Harbour Board, this 140-year old building was badly damaged after the Canterbury earthquakes. Having lost a number of heritage buildings in Lyttelton, including the upper storey of this building, the owners, community and council were eager to retain the remaining brick façade. Structex led the way in developing a scheme to refurbish and strengthen the building as well as securing a grant for the owner to retain the heritage elements.

  • 5 Norwich Quay, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Gary Mason Construction

    Formerly the offices of the Lyttelton Harbour Board, this 140-year old building was badly damaged after the Canterbury earthquakes. Having lost a number of heritage buildings in Lyttelton, including the upper storey of this building, the owners, community and council were eager to retain the remaining brick façade. Structex led the way in developing a scheme to refurbish and strengthen the building as well as securing a grant for the owner to retain the heritage elements.

  • 5 Norwich Quay, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Gary Mason Construction

    Formerly the offices of the Lyttelton Harbour Board, this 140-year old building was badly damaged after the Canterbury earthquakes. Having lost a number of heritage buildings in Lyttelton, including the upper storey of this building, the owners, community and council were eager to retain the remaining brick façade. Structex led the way in developing a scheme to refurbish and strengthen the building as well as securing a grant for the owner to retain the heritage elements.

  • Addington, Christchurch

    Completion: 2005

    Architecture: Fulton Ross Team Architects

    Construction: Fletcher Construction

    The design of these three-storey townhouses was challenged by constraints of time, style and serviceability, demanding a design solution outside of the normal approach.

    The solution developed used the benefits of a precast concrete system. Floor systems were a custom precast element including service ducts. Complex stair shapes with winders were formed in a mould with multiple re-uses. Elements were tailored to the capacity of the crawler crane. The architectural aesthetics of traditional cladding forms integrated with the appearance of the traditional neighbourhood.

    Design Features:

    • Fully precast walls, floors, and stairs with winders.
    • Efficient use of concrete for structure, acoustics, fire protection.
  • Addington, Christchurch

    Completion: 2005

    Architecture: Fulton Ross Team Architects

    Construction: Fletcher Construction

    The design of these three-storey townhouses was challenged by constraints of time, style and serviceability, demanding a design solution outside of the normal approach.

    The solution developed used the benefits of a precast concrete system. Floor systems were a custom precast element including service ducts. Complex stair shapes with winders were formed in a mould with multiple re-uses. Elements were tailored to the capacity of the crawler crane. The architectural aesthetics of traditional cladding forms integrated with the appearance of the traditional neighbourhood.

    Design Features:

    • Fully precast walls, floors, and stairs with winders.
    • Efficient use of concrete for structure, acoustics, fire protection.
  • New Brighton, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Construction: Fulton Hogan

    Structex was engaged to design the temporary works to enable the repair of earthquake damage to the New Brighton Pier. This involved design of 4m diameter caissons to create a dry working environment up to 10m below the high-tide level. Health & Safety was the key driver in this design due to the harsh seaside environment and work involved. This project required an iterative development of repair methodology with the contractor to meet a variety of constraints and challenges.

  • 7 George Bellew Drive, Christchurch Airport (CIAL)

    Completion: In construction (expected late 2019)

    Architecture: Structex (warehouse) & Sheppard + Rout (office)

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    The Martin Brower Distribution Centre is a new storage and distribution facility located within CIAL’s Dakota Park. Structex provided structural and architectural design services in delivering the 2000m2 warehouse, accompanying plant rooms and truck docking facilities. The development also includes a single storey office, designed by Sheppard & Rout. Structex worked closely with Apollo Projects and the tenant, Martin Brower, in order to meet the structural and fitout requirements of the tenant.

    The high performance dual-system floor slabs are steel fibre reinforced and joint-free to accommodate racking and wheeled traffic point loads up to 7 tonnes. The internal floor slabs are also designed to meet a very flat ACI classification. Other design features include large clear span truss frames to maximize working area and the comprehensive use of Kingspan PIR panel throughout the coldstore.

  • 7 George Bellew Drive, Christchurch Airport (CIAL)

    Completion: In construction (expected late 2019)

    Architecture: Structex (warehouse) & Sheppard + Rout (office)

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    The Martin Brower Distribution Centre is a new storage and distribution facility located within CIAL’s Dakota Park. Structex provided structural and architectural design services in delivering the 2000m2 warehouse, accompanying plant rooms and truck docking facilities. The development also includes a single storey office, designed by Sheppard & Rout. Structex worked closely with Apollo Projects and the tenant, Martin Brower, in order to meet the structural and fitout requirements of the tenant.

    The high performance dual-system floor slabs are steel fibre reinforced and joint-free to accommodate racking and wheeled traffic point loads up to 7 tonnes. The internal floor slabs are also designed to meet a very flat ACI classification. Other design features include large clear span truss frames to maximize working area and the comprehensive use of Kingspan PIR panel throughout the coldstore.

  • 7 George Bellew Drive, Christchurch Airport (CIAL)

    Completion: In construction (expected late 2019)

    Architecture: Structex (warehouse) & Sheppard + Rout (office)

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    The Martin Brower Distribution Centre is a new storage and distribution facility located within CIAL’s Dakota Park. Structex provided structural and architectural design services in delivering the 2000m2 warehouse, accompanying plant rooms and truck docking facilities. The development also includes a single storey office, designed by Sheppard & Rout. Structex worked closely with Apollo Projects and the tenant, Martin Brower, in order to meet the structural and fitout requirements of the tenant.

    The high performance dual-system floor slabs are steel fibre reinforced and joint-free to accommodate racking and wheeled traffic point loads up to 7 tonnes. The internal floor slabs are also designed to meet a very flat ACI classification. Other design features include large clear span truss frames to maximize working area and the comprehensive use of Kingspan PIR panel throughout the coldstore.

  • 3/17 Print Place, Christchurch

    Completion: 2006

    Construction: Vaughan Morrison Builders

    Structex was engaged to provide architectural, structural and project delivery services to design a specialist cleanroom for Christchurch medical instrumentation innovator Enztec.

    This high-spec structure located adjacent to their manufacturing facility raised numerous unique consenting and client specific challenges.

  • 3/17 Print Place, Christchurch

    Completion: 2006

    Construction: Vaughan Morrison Builders

    Structex was engaged to provide architectural, structural and project delivery services to design a specialist cleanroom for Christchurch medical instrumentation innovator Enztec.

    This high-spec structure located adjacent to their manufacturing facility raised numerous unique consenting and client specific challenges.

  • Marisco Vineyards, Marlborough

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Bureaux

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Structex were commissioned in 2010 to provide structural engineering services for a $40m landmark winery facility for Marisco Vineyards Ltd in the Waihopai Valley. Dubbed “The Rock Project” due to its 14m high double skinned gabion walls, the winery includes many time and cost saving innovations: the roof, ceiling and fixed wine lines were preassembled on the ground and lifted into position in sections to meet pressing timeframes and eliminate safety and access challenges; mechanical services are hidden away in underground tunnels; and the walls constructed in purpose-made stainless steel gabions mounted onto a modular steel structure.

  • Marisco Vineyards, Marlborough

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Bureaux

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Structex were commissioned in 2010 to provide structural engineering services for a $40m landmark winery facility for Marisco Vineyards Ltd in the Waihopai Valley. Dubbed “The Rock Project” due to its 14m high double skinned gabion walls, the winery includes many time and cost saving innovations: the roof, ceiling and fixed wine lines were preassembled on the ground and lifted into position in sections to meet pressing timeframes and eliminate safety and access challenges; mechanical services are hidden away in underground tunnels; and the walls constructed in purpose-made stainless steel gabions mounted onto a modular steel structure.

  • Marisco Vineyards, Marlborough

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Bureaux

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Structex were commissioned in 2010 to provide structural engineering services for a $40m landmark winery facility for Marisco Vineyards Ltd in the Waihopai Valley. Dubbed “The Rock Project” due to its 14m high double skinned gabion walls, the winery includes many time and cost saving innovations: the roof, ceiling and fixed wine lines were preassembled on the ground and lifted into position in sections to meet pressing timeframes and eliminate safety and access challenges; mechanical services are hidden away in underground tunnels; and the walls constructed in purpose-made stainless steel gabions mounted onto a modular steel structure.

  • Marisco Vineyards, Marlborough

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Bureaux

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Structex were commissioned in 2010 to provide structural engineering services for a $40m landmark winery facility for Marisco Vineyards Ltd in the Waihopai Valley. Dubbed “The Rock Project” due to its 14m high double skinned gabion walls, the winery includes many time and cost saving innovations: the roof, ceiling and fixed wine lines were preassembled on the ground and lifted into position in sections to meet pressing timeframes and eliminate safety and access challenges; mechanical services are hidden away in underground tunnels; and the walls constructed in purpose-made stainless steel gabions mounted onto a modular steel structure.

  • Marisco Vineyards, Marlborough

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Bureaux

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Structex were commissioned in 2010 to provide structural engineering services for a $40m landmark winery facility for Marisco Vineyards Ltd in the Waihopai Valley. Dubbed “The Rock Project” due to its 14m high double skinned gabion walls, the winery includes many time and cost saving innovations: the roof, ceiling and fixed wine lines were preassembled on the ground and lifted into position in sections to meet pressing timeframes and eliminate safety and access challenges; mechanical services are hidden away in underground tunnels; and the walls constructed in purpose-made stainless steel gabions mounted onto a modular steel structure.

  • Marisco Vineyards, Marlborough

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Bureaux

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Structex were commissioned in 2010 to provide structural engineering services for a $40m landmark winery facility for Marisco Vineyards Ltd in the Waihopai Valley. Dubbed “The Rock Project” due to its 14m high double skinned gabion walls, the winery includes many time and cost saving innovations: the roof, ceiling and fixed wine lines were preassembled on the ground and lifted into position in sections to meet pressing timeframes and eliminate safety and access challenges; mechanical services are hidden away in underground tunnels; and the walls constructed in purpose-made stainless steel gabions mounted onto a modular steel structure.

  • 112 Main Road, Governors Bay

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Tony Ussher

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    Structex were engaged to provide structural engineering services for the repair and strengthening of the heritage listed school and headmasters house. The restoration and improvement secures a small but important piece of Governors Bay history for generations to come.

  • 112 Main Road, Governors Bay

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Tony Ussher

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    Structex were engaged to provide structural engineering services for the repair and strengthening of the heritage listed school and headmasters house. The restoration and improvement secures a small but important piece of Governors Bay history for generations to come.

  • 112 Main Road, Governors Bay

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Tony Ussher

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    Structex were engaged to provide structural engineering services for the repair and strengthening of the heritage listed school and headmasters house. The restoration and improvement secures a small but important piece of Governors Bay history for generations to come.

  • 112 Main Road, Governors Bay

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Tony Ussher

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    Structex were engaged to provide structural engineering services for the repair and strengthening of the heritage listed school and headmasters house. The restoration and improvement secures a small but important piece of Governors Bay history for generations to come.

  • Tiwai Point, Bluff

    Completion: 2011

    Construction: Fulton Hogan

    Designed and constructed between 2008 and 2011, this project involved the overall project design and coordination, assessment and reburbishment of the existing bridge piers and design of new approaches and abutments for a total deck replacement of approximately 500m length. The new deck consisted of a two-lane wide 900mm double hollowcore structure. The deck units were a Stahlton design-build component. Structex worked with contractor Fulton Hogan to design a bespoke gantry crane system to remove the old sections of deck and place the new double hollowcore units. This unique construction methodology gave Fulton Hogan a competitive advantage, enabling it to secure the contract with the Invercargill City Council.

  • Yealands Estate Winery, Marlborough

    Completion: 2019

    Construction: T&D Construction

    To accommodate the large volumes of grape marc produced each vintage, Structex was engaged early 2018 by Yealands Estate Winery to design a new storage facility. The first stage of the development consists of an impressive 80m long x 26m wide building capable of storing some 10,000m3 of material. A large steel framed roof structure sits above an unrestrained and joint-less steel fibre reinforced slab. The high performance 40MPa slab slopes to perimeter precast walls allowing leachate to drain and be placed in large storage tanks alongside it. Significant efforts were made in the detailing to enhance durability and accommodate the very high exposure category from both the leachate and close proximity to the coastline.

  • Yealands Estate Winery, Marlborough

    Completion: 2019

    Construction: T&D Construction

    To accommodate the large volumes of grape marc produced each vintage, Structex was engaged early 2018 by Yealands Estate Winery to design a new storage facility. The first stage of the development consists of an impressive 80m long x 26m wide building capable of storing some 10,000m3 of material. A large steel framed roof structure sits above an unrestrained and joint-less steel fibre reinforced slab. The high performance 40MPa slab slopes to perimeter precast walls allowing leachate to drain and be placed in large storage tanks alongside it. Significant efforts were made in the detailing to enhance durability and accommodate the very high exposure category from both the leachate and close proximity to the coastline.

  • Yealands Estate Winery, Marlborough

    Completion: 2019

    Construction: T&D Construction

    To accommodate the large volumes of grape marc produced each vintage, Structex was engaged early 2018 by Yealands Estate Winery to design a new storage facility. The first stage of the development consists of an impressive 80m long x 26m wide building capable of storing some 10,000m3 of material. A large steel framed roof structure sits above an unrestrained and joint-less steel fibre reinforced slab. The high performance 40MPa slab slopes to perimeter precast walls allowing leachate to drain and be placed in large storage tanks alongside it. Significant efforts were made in the detailing to enhance durability and accommodate the very high exposure category from both the leachate and close proximity to the coastline.

  • 112-116 Cashel Street, Christchurch CBD

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    This four storey mixed-use commercial building includes retail on the ground floor, 2 and a half floor office space with the remaining top floor a high-end residential apartment. The site is ‘land-locked’ with limited access gained via the pedestrial Cashel Mall. Floor areas were maximised to make full use of the site, and apartment cantilevers over the adjacent ‘Plymouth Lane’. The structure utilises steel braced and moment frames and concrete shear walls.

     

     

  • 112-116 Cashel Street, Christchurch CBD

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    This four storey mixed-use commercial building includes retail on the ground floor, 2 and a half floor office space with the remaining top floor a high-end residential apartment. The site is ‘land-locked’ with limited access gained via the pedestrial Cashel Mall. Floor areas were maximised to make full use of the site, and apartment cantilevers over the adjacent ‘Plymouth Lane’. The structure utilises steel braced and moment frames and concrete shear walls.

     

     

  • 112-116 Cashel Street, Christchurch CBD

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    This four storey mixed-use commercial building includes retail on the ground floor, 2 and a half floor office space with the remaining top floor a high-end residential apartment. The site is ‘land-locked’ with limited access gained via the pedestrial Cashel Mall. Floor areas were maximised to make full use of the site, and apartment cantilevers over the adjacent ‘Plymouth Lane’. The structure utilises steel braced and moment frames and concrete shear walls.

     

     

  • 112-116 Cashel Street, Christchurch CBD

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    This four storey mixed-use commercial building includes retail on the ground floor, 2 and a half floor office space with the remaining top floor a high-end residential apartment. The site is ‘land-locked’ with limited access gained via the pedestrial Cashel Mall. Floor areas were maximised to make full use of the site, and apartment cantilevers over the adjacent ‘Plymouth Lane’. The structure utilises steel braced and moment frames and concrete shear walls.

     

     

  • 112-116 Cashel Street, Christchurch CBD

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    This four storey mixed-use commercial building includes retail on the ground floor, 2 and a half floor office space with the remaining top floor a high-end residential apartment. The site is ‘land-locked’ with limited access gained via the pedestrial Cashel Mall. Floor areas were maximised to make full use of the site, and apartment cantilevers over the adjacent ‘Plymouth Lane’. The structure utilises steel braced and moment frames and concrete shear walls.

     

     

  • Worsleys Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Amalagamated Builders

    Structex was engaged to design retail buildings for the adventure park village as well as four ziplines that weave down the valley towards it. This was a fast-track project with only ten months between the concept design and completion of construction. The village buildings are exceptional examples of what is possible with modern day timber construction; only one piece of structural steel was required in the café building pictured and encourage responsible construction practices with renewable resources.

  • Worsleys Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Amalagamated Builders

    Structex was engaged to design retail buildings for the adventure park village as well as four ziplines that weave down the valley towards it. This was a fast-track project with only ten months between the concept design and completion of construction. The village buildings are exceptional examples of what is possible with modern day timber construction; only one piece of structural steel was required in the café building pictured and encourage responsible construction practices with renewable resources.

  • Worsleys Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Amalagamated Builders

    Structex was engaged to design retail buildings for the adventure park village as well as four ziplines that weave down the valley towards it. This was a fast-track project with only ten months between the concept design and completion of construction. The village buildings are exceptional examples of what is possible with modern day timber construction; only one piece of structural steel was required in the café building pictured and encourage responsible construction practices with renewable resources.

  • Worsleys Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Amalagamated Builders

    Structex was engaged to design retail buildings for the adventure park village as well as four ziplines that weave down the valley towards it. This was a fast-track project with only ten months between the concept design and completion of construction. The village buildings are exceptional examples of what is possible with modern day timber construction; only one piece of structural steel was required in the café building pictured and encourage responsible construction practices with renewable resources.

  • Worsleys Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: AW Architects

    Construction: Amalagamated Builders

    Structex was engaged to design retail buildings for the adventure park village as well as four ziplines that weave down the valley towards it. This was a fast-track project with only ten months between the concept design and completion of construction. The village buildings are exceptional examples of what is possible with modern day timber construction; only one piece of structural steel was required in the café building pictured and encourage responsible construction practices with renewable resources.

  • 8 Stark Drive, Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Structex (warehouse) & Nott Architects (office)

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    Original Foods is a food processing facility located within the Wigram Business Park. The 3500m2 development consists of a steel portal frame warehouse and an attached two-storey precast tilt panel office. Structex worked alongside Apollo Projects and the client from an early stage to deliver a highly customized space, unique to the everyday running of the client’s business. Notable design features include a substantial Kingspan PIR ceiling of varying height suspended from 45m clear spanning portal frames.

  • 8 Stark Drive, Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Structex (warehouse) & Nott Architects (office)

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    Original Foods is a food processing facility located within the Wigram Business Park. The 3500m2 development consists of a steel portal frame warehouse and an attached two-storey precast tilt panel office. Structex worked alongside Apollo Projects and the client from an early stage to deliver a highly customized space, unique to the everyday running of the client’s business. Notable design features include a substantial Kingspan PIR ceiling of varying height suspended from 45m clear spanning portal frames.

  • 8 Stark Drive, Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Structex (warehouse) & Nott Architects (office)

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    Original Foods is a food processing facility located within the Wigram Business Park. The 3500m2 development consists of a steel portal frame warehouse and an attached two-storey precast tilt panel office. Structex worked alongside Apollo Projects and the client from an early stage to deliver a highly customized space, unique to the everyday running of the client’s business. Notable design features include a substantial Kingspan PIR ceiling of varying height suspended from 45m clear spanning portal frames.

  • 8 Stark Drive, Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Structex (warehouse) & Nott Architects (office)

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    Original Foods is a food processing facility located within the Wigram Business Park. The 3500m2 development consists of a steel portal frame warehouse and an attached two-storey precast tilt panel office. Structex worked alongside Apollo Projects and the client from an early stage to deliver a highly customized space, unique to the everyday running of the client’s business. Notable design features include a substantial Kingspan PIR ceiling of varying height suspended from 45m clear spanning portal frames.

  • 8 Stark Drive, Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Structex (warehouse) & Nott Architects (office)

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    Original Foods is a food processing facility located within the Wigram Business Park. The 3500m2 development consists of a steel portal frame warehouse and an attached two-storey precast tilt panel office. Structex worked alongside Apollo Projects and the client from an early stage to deliver a highly customized space, unique to the everyday running of the client’s business. Notable design features include a substantial Kingspan PIR ceiling of varying height suspended from 45m clear spanning portal frames.

  • Location: Hari Hari, West Coast

    Structex was engaged to design the powerhouse for the 7.7MW Amethyst Hydro Scheme. This involved the design of a precast concrete building envelope with a removable roof for equipment installation. The foundations were over 4m deep to encompass the penstock generator and tailrace. A challenging design due to the impact of the Alpine Fault located less than 1km away. Health & Safety was the key driver in the design due to the harsh environment and depth of excavations.

  • 24 Oxford Street, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2017

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    Badly damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes, this monument to one of our great war heroes was carefully repaired and strengthened with the assistance of Structex and Cook Brothers Construction. Being a heritage listed structure, each element of the works needed careful consideration, right down to the scaffolding design and clock maintenance methodology.

  • 24 Oxford Street, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2017

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    Badly damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes, this monument to one of our great war heroes was carefully repaired and strengthened with the assistance of Structex and Cook Brothers Construction. Being a heritage listed structure, each element of the works needed careful consideration, right down to the scaffolding design and clock maintenance methodology.

  • 24 Oxford Street, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2017

    Construction: Cook Brothers Construction

    Badly damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes, this monument to one of our great war heroes was carefully repaired and strengthened with the assistance of Structex and Cook Brothers Construction. Being a heritage listed structure, each element of the works needed careful consideration, right down to the scaffolding design and clock maintenance methodology.

  • Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Three Sixty Architecture

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    Structex was engaged to provide structural and siteworks design for a new Church building providing an auditorium to accommodate over 300 people, a hall, meeting roms, offices and associated facilities spread over two levels. The double height foyer of the church looks out over the Haytons Stream reserve to a new subdivision of Wigram Skies. The reserve for the realigned Haytons Stream forms the South-west boundary to the site. The site is accessed from The Runway via a new culvert over a swale that provides drainage of the Church carpark and the adjacent roads. The structure makes use of precast concrete walls and floors to minimise intrusion of structure on the spaces created inside with columns usually hidden in wall lines.

  • Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Three Sixty Architecture

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    Structex was engaged to provide structural and siteworks design for a new Church building providing an auditorium to accommodate over 300 people, a hall, meeting roms, offices and associated facilities spread over two levels. The double height foyer of the church looks out over the Haytons Stream reserve to a new subdivision of Wigram Skies. The reserve for the realigned Haytons Stream forms the South-west boundary to the site. The site is accessed from The Runway via a new culvert over a swale that provides drainage of the Church carpark and the adjacent roads. The structure makes use of precast concrete walls and floors to minimise intrusion of structure on the spaces created inside with columns usually hidden in wall lines.

  • Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Three Sixty Architecture

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    Structex was engaged to provide structural and siteworks design for a new Church building providing an auditorium to accommodate over 300 people, a hall, meeting roms, offices and associated facilities spread over two levels. The double height foyer of the church looks out over the Haytons Stream reserve to a new subdivision of Wigram Skies. The reserve for the realigned Haytons Stream forms the South-west boundary to the site. The site is accessed from The Runway via a new culvert over a swale that provides drainage of the Church carpark and the adjacent roads. The structure makes use of precast concrete walls and floors to minimise intrusion of structure on the spaces created inside with columns usually hidden in wall lines.

  • Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Three Sixty Architecture

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    Structex was engaged to provide structural and siteworks design for a new Church building providing an auditorium to accommodate over 300 people, a hall, meeting roms, offices and associated facilities spread over two levels. The double height foyer of the church looks out over the Haytons Stream reserve to a new subdivision of Wigram Skies. The reserve for the realigned Haytons Stream forms the South-west boundary to the site. The site is accessed from The Runway via a new culvert over a swale that provides drainage of the Church carpark and the adjacent roads. The structure makes use of precast concrete walls and floors to minimise intrusion of structure on the spaces created inside with columns usually hidden in wall lines.

  • Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Three Sixty Architecture

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    Structex was engaged to provide structural and siteworks design for a new Church building providing an auditorium to accommodate over 300 people, a hall, meeting roms, offices and associated facilities spread over two levels. The double height foyer of the church looks out over the Haytons Stream reserve to a new subdivision of Wigram Skies. The reserve for the realigned Haytons Stream forms the South-west boundary to the site. The site is accessed from The Runway via a new culvert over a swale that provides drainage of the Church carpark and the adjacent roads. The structure makes use of precast concrete walls and floors to minimise intrusion of structure on the spaces created inside with columns usually hidden in wall lines.

  • Wigram, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Three Sixty Architecture

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    Structex was engaged to provide structural and siteworks design for a new Church building providing an auditorium to accommodate over 300 people, a hall, meeting roms, offices and associated facilities spread over two levels. The double height foyer of the church looks out over the Haytons Stream reserve to a new subdivision of Wigram Skies. The reserve for the realigned Haytons Stream forms the South-west boundary to the site. The site is accessed from The Runway via a new culvert over a swale that provides drainage of the Church carpark and the adjacent roads. The structure makes use of precast concrete walls and floors to minimise intrusion of structure on the spaces created inside with columns usually hidden in wall lines.

  • Yealands Estate Winery, Marlborough

    Completion: 2008

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Structex worked with Apollo Projects on the delivery of this renowned $35m, 10,000 tonne winery facility on a green field site near Seddon. The highly acclaimed project included numerous landmark and award-winning sustainable features. Work has continued since the first vintage, as the winery continues to expand to meet production growth, and included a rapid response to the 2013 Seddon earthquake that caused extensive damage to the wine tanks.

  • Yealands Estate Winery, Marlborough

    Completion: 2008

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Structex worked with Apollo Projects on the delivery of this renowned $35m, 10,000 tonne winery facility on a green field site near Seddon. The highly acclaimed project included numerous landmark and award-winning sustainable features. Work has continued since the first vintage, as the winery continues to expand to meet production growth, and included a rapid response to the 2013 Seddon earthquake that caused extensive damage to the wine tanks.

  • Yealands Estate Winery, Marlborough

    Completion: 2008

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Structex worked with Apollo Projects on the delivery of this renowned $35m, 10,000 tonne winery facility on a green field site near Seddon. The highly acclaimed project included numerous landmark and award-winning sustainable features. Work has continued since the first vintage, as the winery continues to expand to meet production growth, and included a rapid response to the 2013 Seddon earthquake that caused extensive damage to the wine tanks.

  • Yealands Estate Winery, Marlborough

    Completion: 2008

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Structex worked with Apollo Projects on the delivery of this renowned $35m, 10,000 tonne winery facility on a green field site near Seddon. The highly acclaimed project included numerous landmark and award-winning sustainable features. Work has continued since the first vintage, as the winery continues to expand to meet production growth, and included a rapid response to the 2013 Seddon earthquake that caused extensive damage to the wine tanks.

  • 2 Alfred Street, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Winstanley Kerridge is a three-storey commerical building in the Blenheim town centre. The building provides hospitality and office space, predominantly to its namesake accounting firm Winstanley Kerridge. Structex acted in a lead consultant role while undertaking full structural design services for the project.

    The building is primarily of precast concrete construction, including the flooring system, columns and walls. The latter typically forms the lateral load resisting system as well as much of the exterior facade. These were detailed to reduce the amount of damage in an earthquake event. Curtain wall glazing and a decorative aluminium screen complete the exterior look. A large geogrid reinforced gravel raft sits beneath the building to mitigate the risk of lateral spreading, due to its proximity to the nearly Taylor River.

  • 2 Alfred Street, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Winstanley Kerridge is a three-storey commerical building in the Blenheim town centre. The building provides hospitality and office space, predominantly to its namesake accounting firm Winstanley Kerridge. Structex acted in a lead consultant role while undertaking full structural design services for the project.

    The building is primarily of precast concrete construction, including the flooring system, columns and walls. The latter typically forms the lateral load resisting system as well as much of the exterior facade. These were detailed to reduce the amount of damage in an earthquake event. Curtain wall glazing and a decorative aluminium screen complete the exterior look. A large geogrid reinforced gravel raft sits beneath the building to mitigate the risk of lateral spreading, due to its proximity to the nearly Taylor River.

  • 2 Alfred Street, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Winstanley Kerridge is a three-storey commerical building in the Blenheim town centre. The building provides hospitality and office space, predominantly to its namesake accounting firm Winstanley Kerridge. Structex acted in a lead consultant role while undertaking full structural design services for the project.

    The building is primarily of precast concrete construction, including the flooring system, columns and walls. The latter typically forms the lateral load resisting system as well as much of the exterior facade. These were detailed to reduce the amount of damage in an earthquake event. Curtain wall glazing and a decorative aluminium screen complete the exterior look. A large geogrid reinforced gravel raft sits beneath the building to mitigate the risk of lateral spreading, due to its proximity to the nearly Taylor River.

  • 2 Alfred Street, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Winstanley Kerridge is a three-storey commerical building in the Blenheim town centre. The building provides hospitality and office space, predominantly to its namesake accounting firm Winstanley Kerridge. Structex acted in a lead consultant role while undertaking full structural design services for the project.

    The building is primarily of precast concrete construction, including the flooring system, columns and walls. The latter typically forms the lateral load resisting system as well as much of the exterior facade. These were detailed to reduce the amount of damage in an earthquake event. Curtain wall glazing and a decorative aluminium screen complete the exterior look. A large geogrid reinforced gravel raft sits beneath the building to mitigate the risk of lateral spreading, due to its proximity to the nearly Taylor River.

  • 2 Alfred Street, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Winstanley Kerridge is a three-storey commerical building in the Blenheim town centre. The building provides hospitality and office space, predominantly to its namesake accounting firm Winstanley Kerridge. Structex acted in a lead consultant role while undertaking full structural design services for the project.

    The building is primarily of precast concrete construction, including the flooring system, columns and walls. The latter typically forms the lateral load resisting system as well as much of the exterior facade. These were detailed to reduce the amount of damage in an earthquake event. Curtain wall glazing and a decorative aluminium screen complete the exterior look. A large geogrid reinforced gravel raft sits beneath the building to mitigate the risk of lateral spreading, due to its proximity to the nearly Taylor River.

  • 2 Alfred Street, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Robinson Construction

    Winstanley Kerridge is a three-storey commerical building in the Blenheim town centre. The building provides hospitality and office space, predominantly to its namesake accounting firm Winstanley Kerridge. Structex acted in a lead consultant role while undertaking full structural design services for the project.

    The building is primarily of precast concrete construction, including the flooring system, columns and walls. The latter typically forms the lateral load resisting system as well as much of the exterior facade. These were detailed to reduce the amount of damage in an earthquake event. Curtain wall glazing and a decorative aluminium screen complete the exterior look. A large geogrid reinforced gravel raft sits beneath the building to mitigate the risk of lateral spreading, due to its proximity to the nearly Taylor River.

  • Riverlands Estate, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017-present

    Construction: T&D Construction

    Pernod Ricard re-development was an earthquake recovery project that included carrying out repairs and replacing earthquake-damaged wine tanks and infrastructure. The project was broken into multiple stages carried out over two years. The end result has been a significant upgrade to the facility, with a strong focus on usability for the winery staff. This included changing the winery layout, constructing new slabs and installing ‘ground level’ tanks to remove the need for catwalks.

  • Riverlands Estate, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017-present

    Construction: T&D Construction

    Pernod Ricard re-development was an earthquake recovery project that included carrying out repairs and replacing earthquake-damaged wine tanks and infrastructure. The project was broken into multiple stages carried out over two years. The end result has been a significant upgrade to the facility, with a strong focus on usability for the winery staff. This included changing the winery layout, constructing new slabs and installing ‘ground level’ tanks to remove the need for catwalks.

  • Riverlands Estate, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017-present

    Construction: T&D Construction

    Pernod Ricard re-development was an earthquake recovery project that included carrying out repairs and replacing earthquake-damaged wine tanks and infrastructure. The project was broken into multiple stages carried out over two years. The end result has been a significant upgrade to the facility, with a strong focus on usability for the winery staff. This included changing the winery layout, constructing new slabs and installing ‘ground level’ tanks to remove the need for catwalks.

  • Riverlands Estate, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017-present

    Construction: T&D Construction

    Pernod Ricard re-development was an earthquake recovery project that included carrying out repairs and replacing earthquake-damaged wine tanks and infrastructure. The project was broken into multiple stages carried out over two years. The end result has been a significant upgrade to the facility, with a strong focus on usability for the winery staff. This included changing the winery layout, constructing new slabs and installing ‘ground level’ tanks to remove the need for catwalks.

  • Riverlands Estate, Blenheim

    Completion: 2017-present

    Construction: T&D Construction

    Pernod Ricard re-development was an earthquake recovery project that included carrying out repairs and replacing earthquake-damaged wine tanks and infrastructure. The project was broken into multiple stages carried out over two years. The end result has been a significant upgrade to the facility, with a strong focus on usability for the winery staff. This included changing the winery layout, constructing new slabs and installing ‘ground level’ tanks to remove the need for catwalks.

  • 83 High Street, Greymouth

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Boon Team Architects

    Construction: CYB Construction

    Structural design of a new 1600m2 indoor sport facility in Greymouth. Designed as a post-disaster IL4 structure, the facility includes a two storey gymnasium and studio and a feature three-dimensional space truss spanning the sports arena.

    Awards: 

    2017 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • 83 High Street, Greymouth

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Boon Team Architects

    Construction: CYB Construction

    Structural design of a new 1600m2 indoor sport facility in Greymouth. Designed as a post-disaster IL4 structure, the facility includes a two storey gymnasium and studio and a feature three-dimensional space truss spanning the sports arena.

    Awards: 

    2017 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • 83 High Street, Greymouth

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Boon Team Architects

    Construction: CYB Construction

    Structural design of a new 1600m2 indoor sport facility in Greymouth. Designed as a post-disaster IL4 structure, the facility includes a two storey gymnasium and studio and a feature three-dimensional space truss spanning the sports arena.

    Awards: 

    2017 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • 83 High Street, Greymouth

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Boon Team Architects

    Construction: CYB Construction

    Structural design of a new 1600m2 indoor sport facility in Greymouth. Designed as a post-disaster IL4 structure, the facility includes a two storey gymnasium and studio and a feature three-dimensional space truss spanning the sports arena.

    Awards: 

    2017 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • 83 High Street, Greymouth

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Boon Team Architects

    Construction: CYB Construction

    Structural design of a new 1600m2 indoor sport facility in Greymouth. Designed as a post-disaster IL4 structure, the facility includes a two storey gymnasium and studio and a feature three-dimensional space truss spanning the sports arena.

    Awards: 

    2017 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • 83 High Street, Greymouth

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Boon Team Architects

    Construction: CYB Construction

    Structural design of a new 1600m2 indoor sport facility in Greymouth. Designed as a post-disaster IL4 structure, the facility includes a two storey gymnasium and studio and a feature three-dimensional space truss spanning the sports arena.

    Awards: 

    2017 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • 83 High Street, Greymouth

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Boon Team Architects

    Construction: CYB Construction

    Structural design of a new 1600m2 indoor sport facility in Greymouth. Designed as a post-disaster IL4 structure, the facility includes a two storey gymnasium and studio and a feature three-dimensional space truss spanning the sports arena.

    Awards: 

    2017 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • Dakota Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Sheppard + Rout

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    This 1200m2 distribution warehouse and 200m2 office for Geofabrics (formerly Maccaferri), was constructed as a design & build project with Apollo Projects. The synthetic fibre reinforced floor slab was a chance to showcase the Geofabrics product range alongside the traditional steel frame construction.

  • Dakota Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Sheppard + Rout

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    This 1200m2 distribution warehouse and 200m2 office for Geofabrics (formerly Maccaferri), was constructed as a design & build project with Apollo Projects. The synthetic fibre reinforced floor slab was a chance to showcase the Geofabrics product range alongside the traditional steel frame construction.

  • Dakota Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Sheppard + Rout

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    This 1200m2 distribution warehouse and 200m2 office for Geofabrics (formerly Maccaferri), was constructed as a design & build project with Apollo Projects. The synthetic fibre reinforced floor slab was a chance to showcase the Geofabrics product range alongside the traditional steel frame construction.

  • Addington, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Fulton Ross Team Architecture

    Construction: Simon Construction

    Located in Addington adjacent to the Tower Junction retail development and the car park of the Christchurch Railway Station, the heritage listed building is a decommissioned water tower built in 1883 from concrete that originally serviced the Addington Railway Workshops. Working in concert with the project team to protect the Heritage values of the tower we were engaged by the Christchurch City Council to provide structural advise starting with securing the building after the 2011 earthquake and going on to assessing the building’s seismic strength and developing repair works to restore the building to the strength if was prior to the earthquakes.

    The seismic assessment was complicated by the poor ground conditions (the tower had settled unevenly during construction, a 1964 survey found the top of the tower was displaced by 190mm from the centreline) requiring assessment of the rocking action of the tower. The design made use of BIM modelling to calculate building mass and centre of gravity.

  • Addington, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Fulton Ross Team Architecture

    Construction: Simon Construction

    Located in Addington adjacent to the Tower Junction retail development and the car park of the Christchurch Railway Station, the heritage listed building is a decommissioned water tower built in 1883 from concrete that originally serviced the Addington Railway Workshops. Working in concert with the project team to protect the Heritage values of the tower we were engaged by the Christchurch City Council to provide structural advise starting with securing the building after the 2011 earthquake and going on to assessing the building’s seismic strength and developing repair works to restore the building to the strength if was prior to the earthquakes.

    The seismic assessment was complicated by the poor ground conditions (the tower had settled unevenly during construction, a 1964 survey found the top of the tower was displaced by 190mm from the centreline) requiring assessment of the rocking action of the tower. The design made use of BIM modelling to calculate building mass and centre of gravity.

  • Cloudy Bay Business Park, Riverlands, Blenheim

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    Structex planned and designed this $12m, 6000 tonne green field winery in the Cloudy Bay Business Park near Blenheim. The main building is 3100 m2 and includes a two storey office and amenities building. The process flow was designed to take advantage of the sloping site.

  • Cloudy Bay Business Park, Riverlands, Blenheim

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    Structex planned and designed this $12m, 6000 tonne green field winery in the Cloudy Bay Business Park near Blenheim. The main building is 3100 m2 and includes a two storey office and amenities building. The process flow was designed to take advantage of the sloping site.

  • Cloudy Bay Business Park, Riverlands, Blenheim

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    Structex planned and designed this $12m, 6000 tonne green field winery in the Cloudy Bay Business Park near Blenheim. The main building is 3100 m2 and includes a two storey office and amenities building. The process flow was designed to take advantage of the sloping site.

  • Dakota Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2015

    Architecture: Noel Strez Architects

    Construction: Hanham & Philp

    Structex was engaged by Christchurch International Airport Limited to provide structural engineering expertise for this manufacturing and administration facility. The 3600m2 warehouse features a bespoke 20m high section to house the tenant’s unique manufacturing equipment but was designed to be easily removed to provide future flexibility for the landlord.

    Collaboration between parties was key contributor to the success of the project through: sharing of 3D models between Structex and the architect, significantly improving co-ordination; discussion with preferred contractors on construction sequence and materials during design phase; sharing structural model with steel fabricator to reduce lead time on critical path element.

     

  • Dakota Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2015

    Architecture: Noel Strez Architects

    Construction: Hanham & Philp

    Structex was engaged by Christchurch International Airport Limited to provide structural engineering expertise for this manufacturing and administration facility. The 3600m2 warehouse features a bespoke 20m high section to house the tenant’s unique manufacturing equipment but was designed to be easily removed to provide future flexibility for the landlord.

    Collaboration between parties was key contributor to the success of the project through: sharing of 3D models between Structex and the architect, significantly improving co-ordination; discussion with preferred contractors on construction sequence and materials during design phase; sharing structural model with steel fabricator to reduce lead time on critical path element.

     

  • Dakota Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2015

    Architecture: Noel Strez Architects

    Construction: Hanham & Philp

    Structex was engaged by Christchurch International Airport Limited to provide structural engineering expertise for this manufacturing and administration facility. The 3600m2 warehouse features a bespoke 20m high section to house the tenant’s unique manufacturing equipment but was designed to be easily removed to provide future flexibility for the landlord.

    Collaboration between parties was key contributor to the success of the project through: sharing of 3D models between Structex and the architect, significantly improving co-ordination; discussion with preferred contractors on construction sequence and materials during design phase; sharing structural model with steel fabricator to reduce lead time on critical path element.

     

  • Dakota Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2015

    Architecture: Noel Strez Architects

    Construction: Hanham & Philp

    Structex was engaged by Christchurch International Airport Limited to provide structural engineering expertise for this manufacturing and administration facility. The 3600m2 warehouse features a bespoke 20m high section to house the tenant’s unique manufacturing equipment but was designed to be easily removed to provide future flexibility for the landlord.

    Collaboration between parties was key contributor to the success of the project through: sharing of 3D models between Structex and the architect, significantly improving co-ordination; discussion with preferred contractors on construction sequence and materials during design phase; sharing structural model with steel fabricator to reduce lead time on critical path element.

     

  • Dakota Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2015

    Architecture: Noel Strez Architects

    Construction: Hanham & Philp

    Structex was engaged by Christchurch International Airport Limited to provide structural engineering expertise for this manufacturing and administration facility. The 3600m2 warehouse features a bespoke 20m high section to house the tenant’s unique manufacturing equipment but was designed to be easily removed to provide future flexibility for the landlord.

    Collaboration between parties was key contributor to the success of the project through: sharing of 3D models between Structex and the architect, significantly improving co-ordination; discussion with preferred contractors on construction sequence and materials during design phase; sharing structural model with steel fabricator to reduce lead time on critical path element.

     

  • Dakota Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2015

    Architecture: Noel Strez Architects

    Construction: Hanham & Philp

    Structex was engaged by Christchurch International Airport Limited to provide structural engineering expertise for this manufacturing and administration facility. The 3600m2 warehouse features a bespoke 20m high section to house the tenant’s unique manufacturing equipment but was designed to be easily removed to provide future flexibility for the landlord.

    Collaboration between parties was key contributor to the success of the project through: sharing of 3D models between Structex and the architect, significantly improving co-ordination; discussion with preferred contractors on construction sequence and materials during design phase; sharing structural model with steel fabricator to reduce lead time on critical path element.

     

  • Dakota Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2015

    Architecture: Noel Strez Architects

    Construction: Hanham & Philp

    Structex was engaged by Christchurch International Airport Limited to provide structural engineering expertise for this manufacturing and administration facility. The 3600m2 warehouse features a bespoke 20m high section to house the tenant’s unique manufacturing equipment but was designed to be easily removed to provide future flexibility for the landlord.

    Collaboration between parties was key contributor to the success of the project through: sharing of 3D models between Structex and the architect, significantly improving co-ordination; discussion with preferred contractors on construction sequence and materials during design phase; sharing structural model with steel fabricator to reduce lead time on critical path element.

     

  • Mustang Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2016 – present

    Architecture: Nott Architects, IKON Architects, Architectural Worx, Noel Strez Architects and Structex

    Contractor: Apollo Projects, Farrell Construction and CityCare

    Structex has provided structural and architectural design services for a handful of rental car buildings for Christchurch International Airport. These include Jucy, Omega, Spaceship, Snap, Go, A-Rentals and Yesaway. The facilities typically includes offices and reception area, workshop, carwash and grooming areas, specifically designed to suit each company’s needs.

    Key design features include large external cantilevering canopies, internal mezzanines and steel fibre reinforced floor slabs to accommodate the lack of support afforded by the poor ground conditions. At times, Structex has worked in a lead consultant role, co-coordinating the other disciplines to ensure the design comes together seamlessly on site.

  • Mustang Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2016 – present

    Architecture: Nott Architects, IKON Architects, Architectural Worx, Noel Strez Architects and Structex

    Contractor: Apollo Projects, Farrell Construction and CityCare

    Structex has provided structural and architectural design services for a handful of rental car buildings for Christchurch International Airport. These include Jucy, Omega, Spaceship, Snap, Go, A-Rentals and Yesaway. The facilities typically includes offices and reception area, workshop, carwash and grooming areas, specifically designed to suit each company’s needs.

    Key design features include large external cantilevering canopies, internal mezzanines and steel fibre reinforced floor slabs to accommodate the lack of support afforded by the poor ground conditions. At times, Structex has worked in a lead consultant role, co-coordinating the other disciplines to ensure the design comes together seamlessly on site.

  • Mustang Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2016 – present

    Architecture: Nott Architects, IKON Architects, Architectural Worx, Noel Strez Architects and Structex

    Contractor: Apollo Projects, Farrell Construction and CityCare

    Structex has provided structural and architectural design services for a handful of rental car buildings for Christchurch International Airport. These include Jucy, Omega, Spaceship, Snap, Go, A-Rentals and Yesaway. The facilities typically includes offices and reception area, workshop, carwash and grooming areas, specifically designed to suit each company’s needs.

    Key design features include large external cantilevering canopies, internal mezzanines and steel fibre reinforced floor slabs to accommodate the lack of support afforded by the poor ground conditions. At times, Structex has worked in a lead consultant role, co-coordinating the other disciplines to ensure the design comes together seamlessly on site.

  • Mustang Park, Christchurch Airport

    Completion: 2016 – present

    Architecture: Nott Architects, IKON Architects, Architectural Worx, Noel Strez Architects and Structex

    Contractor: Apollo Projects, Farrell Construction and CityCare

    Structex has provided structural and architectural design services for a handful of rental car buildings for Christchurch International Airport. These include Jucy, Omega, Spaceship, Snap, Go, A-Rentals and Yesaway. The facilities typically includes offices and reception area, workshop, carwash and grooming areas, specifically designed to suit each company’s needs.

    Key design features include large external cantilevering canopies, internal mezzanines and steel fibre reinforced floor slabs to accommodate the lack of support afforded by the poor ground conditions. At times, Structex has worked in a lead consultant role, co-coordinating the other disciplines to ensure the design comes together seamlessly on site.

  • Dunedin International Airport

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Baker Garden Architects

    Construction: Signal Management Group

    Structex provided structural engineering expertise for the strengthening and extension of Dunedin International Airport Limited’s (DIAL) existing baggage handling area. Major reconfiguration of the facility was required to accommodate improved trolley movements and the new partially suspended Glidepath baggage handling equipment. In collaboration with Signal Management Group, a short design period with staged construction was employed for minimal disturbance to airport operations. An Importance Level 3 was adopted for the 1200m2 single-storey steel frame building.

  • Dunedin International Airport

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Baker Garden Architects

    Construction: Signal Management Group

    Structex provided structural engineering expertise for the strengthening and extension of Dunedin International Airport Limited’s (DIAL) existing baggage handling area. Major reconfiguration of the facility was required to accommodate improved trolley movements and the new partially suspended Glidepath baggage handling equipment. In collaboration with Signal Management Group, a short design period with staged construction was employed for minimal disturbance to airport operations. An Importance Level 3 was adopted for the 1200m2 single-storey steel frame building.

  • Dunedin International Airport

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Baker Garden Architects

    Construction: Signal Management Group

    Structex provided structural engineering expertise for the strengthening and extension of Dunedin International Airport Limited’s (DIAL) existing baggage handling area. Major reconfiguration of the facility was required to accommodate improved trolley movements and the new partially suspended Glidepath baggage handling equipment. In collaboration with Signal Management Group, a short design period with staged construction was employed for minimal disturbance to airport operations. An Importance Level 3 was adopted for the 1200m2 single-storey steel frame building.

  • Dunedin International Airport

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Baker Garden Architects

    Construction: Signal Management Group

    Structex provided structural engineering expertise for the strengthening and extension of Dunedin International Airport Limited’s (DIAL) existing baggage handling area. Major reconfiguration of the facility was required to accommodate improved trolley movements and the new partially suspended Glidepath baggage handling equipment. In collaboration with Signal Management Group, a short design period with staged construction was employed for minimal disturbance to airport operations. An Importance Level 3 was adopted for the 1200m2 single-storey steel frame building.

  • 26 Canterbury Street, Lyttelton

    Completion: Expected early 2020

    Architecture: Fulton Ross Team Architects

    Kilwinning Lodge No. 23 is a unique two-storey building that has been a focal point of the Lyttelton community for some 140 years. Structex’s Lyttelton office acquired the building after it was badly damaged following the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence. The proposed strengthening and redevelopment activities require substantial work to bring the building up to the requirements of today’s building code requirements while maintaining its heritage fabric and unique character. Local Christchurch firm and specialist conservation architects, Fulton Ross Team Architects, have been actively involved in the re-development plans. The building is currently in the building consent process with construction expected to begin mid-2019.

  • Richmond, Nelson

    Completion: 2008

    Architecture: Bruce Rattray

    Construction: Win Win Projects

    Structex was engaged to provide structural and siteworks design for an IL3 church complex. The 3000m² facility includes an auditorium hall to seat over 600 people, meeting rooms, cafe, offices and associated amenities. The precast concrete, steelwork and LVL structure sits on 3 hectares in rural Richmond, Nelson.

     

     

  • Te Ana Marina, Lyttelton Port

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Ikonarc

    Construction: Naylor Love

    The Woolstore project involved the strengthening and refurbishment of an existing industrial building located in the Te Ana Marina development. The building, historically used as a woolstore, was converted into offices and ablutions for the marina, and hospitality and retail spaces. The work included installing glazing and entrances along the south side of the building to provide a visual and physical connection to the water and marina. It also included installing a series of steel braces with new shallow concrete foundations throughout the building to bring it up to current code requirements. The existing large-span timber roof trusses, timber columns, and timber wall framing were retained.

    Structex also provided structural engineering services for the auxiliary structures around the new Te Ana Marina development

  • Te Ana Marina, Lyttelton Port

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Ikonarc

    Construction: Naylor Love

    The Woolstore project involved the strengthening and refurbishment of an existing industrial building located in the Te Ana Marina development. The building, historically used as a woolstore, was converted into offices and ablutions for the marina, and hospitality and retail spaces. The work included installing glazing and entrances along the south side of the building to provide a visual and physical connection to the water and marina. It also included installing a series of steel braces with new shallow concrete foundations throughout the building to bring it up to current code requirements. The existing large-span timber roof trusses, timber columns, and timber wall framing were retained.

    Structex also provided structural engineering services for the auxiliary structures around the new Te Ana Marina development

  • Te Ana Marina, Lyttelton Port

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Ikonarc

    Construction: Naylor Love

    The Woolstore project involved the strengthening and refurbishment of an existing industrial building located in the Te Ana Marina development. The building, historically used as a woolstore, was converted into offices and ablutions for the marina, and hospitality and retail spaces. The work included installing glazing and entrances along the south side of the building to provide a visual and physical connection to the water and marina. It also included installing a series of steel braces with new shallow concrete foundations throughout the building to bring it up to current code requirements. The existing large-span timber roof trusses, timber columns, and timber wall framing were retained.

    Structex also provided structural engineering services for the auxiliary structures around the new Te Ana Marina development

  • Te Ana Marina, Lyttelton Port

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Ikonarc

    Construction: Naylor Love

    The Woolstore project involved the strengthening and refurbishment of an existing industrial building located in the Te Ana Marina development. The building, historically used as a woolstore, was converted into offices and ablutions for the marina, and hospitality and retail spaces. The work included installing glazing and entrances along the south side of the building to provide a visual and physical connection to the water and marina. It also included installing a series of steel braces with new shallow concrete foundations throughout the building to bring it up to current code requirements. The existing large-span timber roof trusses, timber columns, and timber wall framing were retained.

    Structex also provided structural engineering services for the auxiliary structures around the new Te Ana Marina development

  • 16 London Street, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Don Donnithorne Architects

    This quant old bookshop in Lyttelton has been refurbished into a popular new bar while still retaining some of the its period features. Structex were instrumental in designing the structural repair and strengthening works to work with the distinctive new interior fitout.

  • 16 London Street, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Don Donnithorne Architects

    This quant old bookshop in Lyttelton has been refurbished into a popular new bar while still retaining some of the its period features. Structex were instrumental in designing the structural repair and strengthening works to work with the distinctive new interior fitout.

  • 16 London Street, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Don Donnithorne Architects

    This quant old bookshop in Lyttelton has been refurbished into a popular new bar while still retaining some of the its period features. Structex were instrumental in designing the structural repair and strengthening works to work with the distinctive new interior fitout.

  • Cloudy Bay Business Park, Blenheim

    Completion: 2005-present

    Architecture: Structex

    Construction: Apollo Projects & Evan Jones Construction

    Structex have been a key partner to Indevin since their inception. The input has gone beyond structural engineering to master planning, tank design and earthquake repairs.

  • Cloudy Bay Business Park, Blenheim

    Completion: 2005-present

    Architecture: Structex

    Construction: Apollo Projects & Evan Jones Construction

    Structex have been a key partner to Indevin since their inception. The input has gone beyond structural engineering to master planning, tank design and earthquake repairs.

  • Cloudy Bay Business Park, Blenheim

    Completion: 2005-present

    Architecture: Structex

    Construction: Apollo Projects & Evan Jones Construction

    Structex have been a key partner to Indevin since their inception. The input has gone beyond structural engineering to master planning, tank design and earthquake repairs.

  • Cloudy Bay Business Park, Blenheim

    Completion: 2005-present

    Architecture: Structex

    Construction: Apollo Projects & Evan Jones Construction

    Structex have been a key partner to Indevin since their inception. The input has gone beyond structural engineering to master planning, tank design and earthquake repairs.

  • 16 Kahu Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Tony Ussher

    Construction: Simon Construction

    Structex were engaged to provide seismic strengthening design and specify earthquake repairs to this building. Careful co-ordination with the entire project team was needed to ensure the fabric of this important heritage structure was retained.

  • 16 Kahu Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Tony Ussher

    Construction: Simon Construction

    Structex were engaged to provide seismic strengthening design and specify earthquake repairs to this building. Careful co-ordination with the entire project team was needed to ensure the fabric of this important heritage structure was retained.

  • 16 Kahu Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Tony Ussher

    Construction: Simon Construction

    Structex were engaged to provide seismic strengthening design and specify earthquake repairs to this building. Careful co-ordination with the entire project team was needed to ensure the fabric of this important heritage structure was retained.

  • 16 Kahu Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Tony Ussher

    Construction: Simon Construction

    Structex were engaged to provide seismic strengthening design and specify earthquake repairs to this building. Careful co-ordination with the entire project team was needed to ensure the fabric of this important heritage structure was retained.

  • 16 Kahu Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Tony Ussher

    Construction: Simon Construction

    Structex were engaged to provide seismic strengthening design and specify earthquake repairs to this building. Careful co-ordination with the entire project team was needed to ensure the fabric of this important heritage structure was retained.

  • 62 Worchester Boulevard, Christchurch

    Completion: 2008

    Architecture: Weir Walker

    Construction: Hawkins

    Originally known as “Club Tower” this was the South Island’s first A-grade office accommodation tower with a five-star green building rating. It comprises a nine-storey steel frame tower over a three-storey pre-cast concrete podium with full basement parking.  The site presented geotechnical challenges caused by its proximity to the Avon River; ultimately a reinforced concrete basement raft foundation was adopted that extended to the boundaries and neighbouring buildings on all sides. HSBC Tower suffered only minor damage and was passed fit for reoccupation following the Canterbury earthquake of February 2011 without requiring any structural repair. The building’s performance is widely credited to the expertise of the Structex team and the quality of workmanship.  It has been described as the safest multi-level building in Christchurch, and has become a case study for the successful design of high-rise buildings in an earthquake zone.

  • 62 Worchester Boulevard, Christchurch

    Completion: 2008

    Architecture: Weir Walker

    Construction: Hawkins

    Originally known as “Club Tower” this was the South Island’s first A-grade office accommodation tower with a five-star green building rating. It comprises a nine-storey steel frame tower over a three-storey pre-cast concrete podium with full basement parking.  The site presented geotechnical challenges caused by its proximity to the Avon River; ultimately a reinforced concrete basement raft foundation was adopted that extended to the boundaries and neighbouring buildings on all sides. HSBC Tower suffered only minor damage and was passed fit for reoccupation following the Canterbury earthquake of February 2011 without requiring any structural repair. The building’s performance is widely credited to the expertise of the Structex team and the quality of workmanship.  It has been described as the safest multi-level building in Christchurch, and has become a case study for the successful design of high-rise buildings in an earthquake zone.

  • 62 Worchester Boulevard, Christchurch

    Completion: 2008

    Architecture: Weir Walker

    Construction: Hawkins

    Originally known as “Club Tower” this was the South Island’s first A-grade office accommodation tower with a five-star green building rating. It comprises a nine-storey steel frame tower over a three-storey pre-cast concrete podium with full basement parking.  The site presented geotechnical challenges caused by its proximity to the Avon River; ultimately a reinforced concrete basement raft foundation was adopted that extended to the boundaries and neighbouring buildings on all sides. HSBC Tower suffered only minor damage and was passed fit for reoccupation following the Canterbury earthquake of February 2011 without requiring any structural repair. The building’s performance is widely credited to the expertise of the Structex team and the quality of workmanship.  It has been described as the safest multi-level building in Christchurch, and has become a case study for the successful design of high-rise buildings in an earthquake zone.

  • 62 Worchester Boulevard, Christchurch

    Completion: 2008

    Architecture: Weir Walker

    Construction: Hawkins

    Originally known as “Club Tower” this was the South Island’s first A-grade office accommodation tower with a five-star green building rating. It comprises a nine-storey steel frame tower over a three-storey pre-cast concrete podium with full basement parking.  The site presented geotechnical challenges caused by its proximity to the Avon River; ultimately a reinforced concrete basement raft foundation was adopted that extended to the boundaries and neighbouring buildings on all sides. HSBC Tower suffered only minor damage and was passed fit for reoccupation following the Canterbury earthquake of February 2011 without requiring any structural repair. The building’s performance is widely credited to the expertise of the Structex team and the quality of workmanship.  It has been described as the safest multi-level building in Christchurch, and has become a case study for the successful design of high-rise buildings in an earthquake zone.

  • 62 Worchester Boulevard, Christchurch

    Completion: 2008

    Architecture: Weir Walker

    Construction: Hawkins

    Originally known as “Club Tower” this was the South Island’s first A-grade office accommodation tower with a five-star green building rating. It comprises a nine-storey steel frame tower over a three-storey pre-cast concrete podium with full basement parking.  The site presented geotechnical challenges caused by its proximity to the Avon River; ultimately a reinforced concrete basement raft foundation was adopted that extended to the boundaries and neighbouring buildings on all sides. HSBC Tower suffered only minor damage and was passed fit for reoccupation following the Canterbury earthquake of February 2011 without requiring any structural repair. The building’s performance is widely credited to the expertise of the Structex team and the quality of workmanship.  It has been described as the safest multi-level building in Christchurch, and has become a case study for the successful design of high-rise buildings in an earthquake zone.

  • Completion: 2018

    Architecture: DLA Architects

    Construction: Colin Shore Building

    Structex provided structural engineering expertise for the strengthening and extension of the Richard Pearse Airport, Timaru. The works consisted of a new baggage collection area, modern décor, upgraded entrances and exits, and ablutions. Structex worked alongside DLA to complete the staged construction to ensure the operational side of the airport could continue with minimal disruption to passengers. The strengthening and extension integrates new structural steel seamlessly into the existing building elements.

  • Completion: 2018

    Architecture: DLA Architects

    Construction: Colin Shore Building

    Structex provided structural engineering expertise for the strengthening and extension of the Richard Pearse Airport, Timaru. The works consisted of a new baggage collection area, modern décor, upgraded entrances and exits, and ablutions. Structex worked alongside DLA to complete the staged construction to ensure the operational side of the airport could continue with minimal disruption to passengers. The strengthening and extension integrates new structural steel seamlessly into the existing building elements.

  • Completion: 2018

    Architecture: DLA Architects

    Construction: Colin Shore Building

    Structex provided structural engineering expertise for the strengthening and extension of the Richard Pearse Airport, Timaru. The works consisted of a new baggage collection area, modern décor, upgraded entrances and exits, and ablutions. Structex worked alongside DLA to complete the staged construction to ensure the operational side of the airport could continue with minimal disruption to passengers. The strengthening and extension integrates new structural steel seamlessly into the existing building elements.

  • Completion: 2018

    Architecture: DLA Architects

    Construction: Colin Shore Building

    Structex provided structural engineering expertise for the strengthening and extension of the Richard Pearse Airport, Timaru. The works consisted of a new baggage collection area, modern décor, upgraded entrances and exits, and ablutions. Structex worked alongside DLA to complete the staged construction to ensure the operational side of the airport could continue with minimal disruption to passengers. The strengthening and extension integrates new structural steel seamlessly into the existing building elements.

  • 500 Colombo Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Gary Mason Construction

    Severely damaged following the Canterbury earthquakes, this project restored the building to 100% NBS while retaining the early 1900’s street frontage and ornate plaster ceiling.

  • 500 Colombo Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Gary Mason Construction

    Severely damaged following the Canterbury earthquakes, this project restored the building to 100% NBS while retaining the early 1900’s street frontage and ornate plaster ceiling.

  • 500 Colombo Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Gary Mason Construction

    Severely damaged following the Canterbury earthquakes, this project restored the building to 100% NBS while retaining the early 1900’s street frontage and ornate plaster ceiling.

  • 500 Colombo Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Gary Mason Construction

    Severely damaged following the Canterbury earthquakes, this project restored the building to 100% NBS while retaining the early 1900’s street frontage and ornate plaster ceiling.

  • Westwood Business Park, Blenheim

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Structex

    Construction: Robinsons Construction

    Designed to house the Marlborough region administrative staff, the local retail store and the regions distribution warehouse, the PGG Wrightson building in Westwood Business Park was delivered as a combined effort between Structex, Coresteel and Robinson Construction.

    Structex completed the architectural and structural design of the office and retail areas while Coresteel designed the warehouse. Using BIM principles as the basis for collaboration between the two design parties, the building went together seamlessly.

  • Westwood Business Park, Blenheim

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Structex

    Construction: Robinsons Construction

    Designed to house the Marlborough region administrative staff, the local retail store and the regions distribution warehouse, the PGG Wrightson building in Westwood Business Park was delivered as a combined effort between Structex, Coresteel and Robinson Construction.

    Structex completed the architectural and structural design of the office and retail areas while Coresteel designed the warehouse. Using BIM principles as the basis for collaboration between the two design parties, the building went together seamlessly.

  • Westwood Business Park, Blenheim

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Structex

    Construction: Robinsons Construction

    Designed to house the Marlborough region administrative staff, the local retail store and the regions distribution warehouse, the PGG Wrightson building in Westwood Business Park was delivered as a combined effort between Structex, Coresteel and Robinson Construction.

    Structex completed the architectural and structural design of the office and retail areas while Coresteel designed the warehouse. Using BIM principles as the basis for collaboration between the two design parties, the building went together seamlessly.

  • 20 Cashel Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2015

    Architecture: Sheppard & Rout

    Construction: Fletcher Construction

    After the demolition of their building in the Canterbury earthquakes, Structex helped the Child Cancer Foundation and the rest of the project team, who all made various donations of time and materials, to deliver a new home for this great organisation.

    Being predominantly a steel and timber construction, the building is supported on hollow timber piles to overcome the local ground issues.

  • Completion: 2013

    Structex was engaged to provide a structural peer review of the design of the Christchurch Transitional Cathedral. With tight timelines to design and build the temporary replacement for the damaged Christchurch Cathedral, Structex worked with the designers (Warren and Mahoney and Holmes Consulting) to peer review the structural design as the building evolved assisting with the passage of the building through the Building Consent process.

  • 47 London Street, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2011

    Construction: Freeman Ball Developments

    This Lyttelton institution was urgently put back into business thanks to the Structex team. Work was undertaken to repair earthquake damage, strengthen the building and enlarge the commercial kitchen, while retaining the key period features and under tight timeframes.

  • 47 London Street, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2011

    Construction: Freeman Ball Developments

    This Lyttelton institution was urgently put back into business thanks to the Structex team. Work was undertaken to repair earthquake damage, strengthen the building and enlarge the commercial kitchen, while retaining the key period features and under tight timeframes.

  • 47 London Street, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2011

    Construction: Freeman Ball Developments

    This Lyttelton institution was urgently put back into business thanks to the Structex team. Work was undertaken to repair earthquake damage, strengthen the building and enlarge the commercial kitchen, while retaining the key period features and under tight timeframes.

  • 166 Gloucester Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2010

    Architecture: Foley Design

    Construction: AMC Construction

    The 22-level Pacific Tower is tall and slender, needing a structural steel building system that provides a light structure to reduce foundation sizes and allow fast construction. However, there are seismic and wind sensitivity issues in such a tall building. Structex met these challenges by including an eccentric k-braced tube up the centre of the building to limit torsional effects, and carefully located and detailed structure to suit hotel room configurations. Christchurch’s tallest building performed well in the 2010 earthquakes, being one of the few remaining CBD high-rise buildings which could be readily and economically repaired. Today it is home to the Rendezvouz Hotel.

    Awards:  2010 – ACENZ Award of Excellence – Merit

  • 166 Gloucester Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2010

    Architecture: Foley Design

    Construction: AMC Construction

    The 22-level Pacific Tower is tall and slender, needing a structural steel building system that provides a light structure to reduce foundation sizes and allow fast construction. However, there are seismic and wind sensitivity issues in such a tall building. Structex met these challenges by including an eccentric k-braced tube up the centre of the building to limit torsional effects, and carefully located and detailed structure to suit hotel room configurations. Christchurch’s tallest building performed well in the 2010 earthquakes, being one of the few remaining CBD high-rise buildings which could be readily and economically repaired. Today it is home to the Rendezvouz Hotel.

    Awards:  2010 – ACENZ Award of Excellence – Merit

  • 166 Gloucester Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2010

    Architecture: Foley Design

    Construction: AMC Construction

    The 22-level Pacific Tower is tall and slender, needing a structural steel building system that provides a light structure to reduce foundation sizes and allow fast construction. However, there are seismic and wind sensitivity issues in such a tall building. Structex met these challenges by including an eccentric k-braced tube up the centre of the building to limit torsional effects, and carefully located and detailed structure to suit hotel room configurations. Christchurch’s tallest building performed well in the 2010 earthquakes, being one of the few remaining CBD high-rise buildings which could be readily and economically repaired. Today it is home to the Rendezvouz Hotel.

    Awards:  2010 – ACENZ Award of Excellence – Merit

  • 166 Gloucester Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2010

    Architecture: Foley Design

    Construction: AMC Construction

    The 22-level Pacific Tower is tall and slender, needing a structural steel building system that provides a light structure to reduce foundation sizes and allow fast construction. However, there are seismic and wind sensitivity issues in such a tall building. Structex met these challenges by including an eccentric k-braced tube up the centre of the building to limit torsional effects, and carefully located and detailed structure to suit hotel room configurations. Christchurch’s tallest building performed well in the 2010 earthquakes, being one of the few remaining CBD high-rise buildings which could be readily and economically repaired. Today it is home to the Rendezvouz Hotel.

    Awards:  2010 – ACENZ Award of Excellence – Merit

  • 166 Gloucester Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2010

    Architecture: Foley Design

    Construction: AMC Construction

    The 22-level Pacific Tower is tall and slender, needing a structural steel building system that provides a light structure to reduce foundation sizes and allow fast construction. However, there are seismic and wind sensitivity issues in such a tall building. Structex met these challenges by including an eccentric k-braced tube up the centre of the building to limit torsional effects, and carefully located and detailed structure to suit hotel room configurations. Christchurch’s tallest building performed well in the 2010 earthquakes, being one of the few remaining CBD high-rise buildings which could be readily and economically repaired. Today it is home to the Rendezvouz Hotel.

    Awards:  2010 – ACENZ Award of Excellence – Merit

  • In Progress

  • 418 Main South Road, Hornby, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Hub is a large existing shopping centre on the west side of Christchurch. Design of major reconstruction started before the 2010/11 Canterbury earthquakes, and was then modified to account for increased seismic design codes. Whilst constructed in two main stages, the work had to happen around ongoing trading in the centre, requiring careful consideration of construction methodologies in close consultation with the contractor and operators. This implied significant temporary works design, integration with existing building elements and close relationships with the project team throughout to enhance buildability.

    Awards: 

    2016 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • 418 Main South Road, Hornby, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Hub is a large existing shopping centre on the west side of Christchurch. Design of major reconstruction started before the 2010/11 Canterbury earthquakes, and was then modified to account for increased seismic design codes. Whilst constructed in two main stages, the work had to happen around ongoing trading in the centre, requiring careful consideration of construction methodologies in close consultation with the contractor and operators. This implied significant temporary works design, integration with existing building elements and close relationships with the project team throughout to enhance buildability.

    Awards: 

    2016 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • 418 Main South Road, Hornby, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Hub is a large existing shopping centre on the west side of Christchurch. Design of major reconstruction started before the 2010/11 Canterbury earthquakes, and was then modified to account for increased seismic design codes. Whilst constructed in two main stages, the work had to happen around ongoing trading in the centre, requiring careful consideration of construction methodologies in close consultation with the contractor and operators. This implied significant temporary works design, integration with existing building elements and close relationships with the project team throughout to enhance buildability.

    Awards: 

    2016 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • 418 Main South Road, Hornby, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Hub is a large existing shopping centre on the west side of Christchurch. Design of major reconstruction started before the 2010/11 Canterbury earthquakes, and was then modified to account for increased seismic design codes. Whilst constructed in two main stages, the work had to happen around ongoing trading in the centre, requiring careful consideration of construction methodologies in close consultation with the contractor and operators. This implied significant temporary works design, integration with existing building elements and close relationships with the project team throughout to enhance buildability.

    Awards: 

    2016 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • 418 Main South Road, Hornby, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Hub is a large existing shopping centre on the west side of Christchurch. Design of major reconstruction started before the 2010/11 Canterbury earthquakes, and was then modified to account for increased seismic design codes. Whilst constructed in two main stages, the work had to happen around ongoing trading in the centre, requiring careful consideration of construction methodologies in close consultation with the contractor and operators. This implied significant temporary works design, integration with existing building elements and close relationships with the project team throughout to enhance buildability.

    Awards: 

    2016 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Silver

  • Cashel St, Christchurch

    Completion: 2011-2014 (staged)

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Re:START Container Mall was a critical part of re-establishing a commercial retail presence back in  the  earthquake-damaged  Christchurch  CBD. Restart  the  Heart  Trust  were  looking  to  create  a “funky” way to kick-start the CBD’s retail sector. It has proved to be a major catalyst to re-establishing business confidence, as well as a strong sign of the resilience of the people of Christchurch and their desire for a vibrant new centre. It has also enabled people, both locals and tourists, to have a close-up view of the demolition and reconstruction of the city, by establishing a “finger” of access into the cordoned red zone. The complex was relocated in 2014 to a prominent corner site alongside the Avon River to make way for  the  re-construction  of  permanent  buildings – further  fulfilling  the  fundamental  motivations  of the project.

    Some key design features included a fast-tracked programme of 3 months for detailed design, approvals and construction as well as a future-proofed design of the container modifications to allow for reconfiguration and further modification of the container buildings to accommodate future sites.

    Awards:

    2013 – ACENZ Innovation Award of Excellence – Merit

  • Cashel St, Christchurch

    Completion: 2011-2014 (staged)

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Re:START Container Mall was a critical part of re-establishing a commercial retail presence back in  the  earthquake-damaged  Christchurch  CBD. Restart  the  Heart  Trust  were  looking  to  create  a “funky” way to kick-start the CBD’s retail sector. It has proved to be a major catalyst to re-establishing business confidence, as well as a strong sign of the resilience of the people of Christchurch and their desire for a vibrant new centre. It has also enabled people, both locals and tourists, to have a close-up view of the demolition and reconstruction of the city, by establishing a “finger” of access into the cordoned red zone. The complex was relocated in 2014 to a prominent corner site alongside the Avon River to make way for  the  re-construction  of  permanent  buildings – further  fulfilling  the  fundamental  motivations  of the project.

    Some key design features included a fast-tracked programme of 3 months for detailed design, approvals and construction as well as a future-proofed design of the container modifications to allow for reconfiguration and further modification of the container buildings to accommodate future sites.

    Awards:

    2013 – ACENZ Innovation Award of Excellence – Merit

  • Cashel St, Christchurch

    Completion: 2011-2014 (staged)

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Re:START Container Mall was a critical part of re-establishing a commercial retail presence back in  the  earthquake-damaged  Christchurch  CBD. Restart  the  Heart  Trust  were  looking  to  create  a “funky” way to kick-start the CBD’s retail sector. It has proved to be a major catalyst to re-establishing business confidence, as well as a strong sign of the resilience of the people of Christchurch and their desire for a vibrant new centre. It has also enabled people, both locals and tourists, to have a close-up view of the demolition and reconstruction of the city, by establishing a “finger” of access into the cordoned red zone. The complex was relocated in 2014 to a prominent corner site alongside the Avon River to make way for  the  re-construction  of  permanent  buildings – further  fulfilling  the  fundamental  motivations  of the project.

    Some key design features included a fast-tracked programme of 3 months for detailed design, approvals and construction as well as a future-proofed design of the container modifications to allow for reconfiguration and further modification of the container buildings to accommodate future sites.

    Awards:

    2013 – ACENZ Innovation Award of Excellence – Merit

  • Cashel St, Christchurch

    Completion: 2011-2014 (staged)

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Re:START Container Mall was a critical part of re-establishing a commercial retail presence back in  the  earthquake-damaged  Christchurch  CBD. Restart  the  Heart  Trust  were  looking  to  create  a “funky” way to kick-start the CBD’s retail sector. It has proved to be a major catalyst to re-establishing business confidence, as well as a strong sign of the resilience of the people of Christchurch and their desire for a vibrant new centre. It has also enabled people, both locals and tourists, to have a close-up view of the demolition and reconstruction of the city, by establishing a “finger” of access into the cordoned red zone. The complex was relocated in 2014 to a prominent corner site alongside the Avon River to make way for  the  re-construction  of  permanent  buildings – further  fulfilling  the  fundamental  motivations  of the project.

    Some key design features included a fast-tracked programme of 3 months for detailed design, approvals and construction as well as a future-proofed design of the container modifications to allow for reconfiguration and further modification of the container buildings to accommodate future sites.

    Awards:

    2013 – ACENZ Innovation Award of Excellence – Merit

  • Cashel St, Christchurch

    Completion: 2011-2014 (staged)

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Re:START Container Mall was a critical part of re-establishing a commercial retail presence back in  the  earthquake-damaged  Christchurch  CBD. Restart  the  Heart  Trust  were  looking  to  create  a “funky” way to kick-start the CBD’s retail sector. It has proved to be a major catalyst to re-establishing business confidence, as well as a strong sign of the resilience of the people of Christchurch and their desire for a vibrant new centre. It has also enabled people, both locals and tourists, to have a close-up view of the demolition and reconstruction of the city, by establishing a “finger” of access into the cordoned red zone. The complex was relocated in 2014 to a prominent corner site alongside the Avon River to make way for  the  re-construction  of  permanent  buildings – further  fulfilling  the  fundamental  motivations  of the project.

    Some key design features included a fast-tracked programme of 3 months for detailed design, approvals and construction as well as a future-proofed design of the container modifications to allow for reconfiguration and further modification of the container buildings to accommodate future sites.

    Awards:

    2013 – ACENZ Innovation Award of Excellence – Merit

  • Cashel St, Christchurch

    Completion: 2011-2014 (staged)

    Architecture: The Buchan Group

    Construction: Leighs Construction

    The Re:START Container Mall was a critical part of re-establishing a commercial retail presence back in  the  earthquake-damaged  Christchurch  CBD. Restart  the  Heart  Trust  were  looking  to  create  a “funky” way to kick-start the CBD’s retail sector. It has proved to be a major catalyst to re-establishing business confidence, as well as a strong sign of the resilience of the people of Christchurch and their desire for a vibrant new centre. It has also enabled people, both locals and tourists, to have a close-up view of the demolition and reconstruction of the city, by establishing a “finger” of access into the cordoned red zone. The complex was relocated in 2014 to a prominent corner site alongside the Avon River to make way for  the  re-construction  of  permanent  buildings – further  fulfilling  the  fundamental  motivations  of the project.

    Some key design features included a fast-tracked programme of 3 months for detailed design, approvals and construction as well as a future-proofed design of the container modifications to allow for reconfiguration and further modification of the container buildings to accommodate future sites.

    Awards:

    2013 – ACENZ Innovation Award of Excellence – Merit

  • Rolleston, Canterbury

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Buchan Group

    Construction: Hanham and Philp

    Integrated Health Care is an IL4 building designed for post-disaster functionality, due to the needs of its primary building tenant, a medical centre. A pharmacy, bank, retail space and café also occupy the single level 1950m2 space. The front wall facades are largely open with glazed doors & walls and an exterior canopy. Exterior walls are precast concrete tilt-up panels with textured features in places. Due to its IL4 status, specific attention was placed on the seismic restraint of plants and services.

  • Rolleston, Canterbury

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Buchan Group

    Construction: Hanham and Philp

    Integrated Health Care is an IL4 building designed for post-disaster functionality, due to the needs of its primary building tenant, a medical centre. A pharmacy, bank, retail space and café also occupy the single level 1950m2 space. The front wall facades are largely open with glazed doors & walls and an exterior canopy. Exterior walls are precast concrete tilt-up panels with textured features in places. Due to its IL4 status, specific attention was placed on the seismic restraint of plants and services.

  • Rolleston, Canterbury

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Buchan Group

    Construction: Hanham and Philp

    Integrated Health Care is an IL4 building designed for post-disaster functionality, due to the needs of its primary building tenant, a medical centre. A pharmacy, bank, retail space and café also occupy the single level 1950m2 space. The front wall facades are largely open with glazed doors & walls and an exterior canopy. Exterior walls are precast concrete tilt-up panels with textured features in places. Due to its IL4 status, specific attention was placed on the seismic restraint of plants and services.

  • 565 Wairakei Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    This two-storey high, 3200m2 building, was designed  to Importance Level 4 for Orion’s South Island headquarters, ensuring an appropriate level of post-disaster functionality. The building is constructed using steel-frames designed with removable links in eccentrically braced frames enabling speedy reinstatement and re-occupation following significant earthquake events.

     

  • 565 Wairakei Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    This two-storey high, 3200m2 building, was designed  to Importance Level 4 for Orion’s South Island headquarters, ensuring an appropriate level of post-disaster functionality. The building is constructed using steel-frames designed with removable links in eccentrically braced frames enabling speedy reinstatement and re-occupation following significant earthquake events.

     

  • 565 Wairakei Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    This two-storey high, 3200m2 building, was designed  to Importance Level 4 for Orion’s South Island headquarters, ensuring an appropriate level of post-disaster functionality. The building is constructed using steel-frames designed with removable links in eccentrically braced frames enabling speedy reinstatement and re-occupation following significant earthquake events.

     

  • 565 Wairakei Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    This two-storey high, 3200m2 building, was designed  to Importance Level 4 for Orion’s South Island headquarters, ensuring an appropriate level of post-disaster functionality. The building is constructed using steel-frames designed with removable links in eccentrically braced frames enabling speedy reinstatement and re-occupation following significant earthquake events.

     

  • 565 Wairakei Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2013

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Apollo Projects

    This two-storey high, 3200m2 building, was designed  to Importance Level 4 for Orion’s South Island headquarters, ensuring an appropriate level of post-disaster functionality. The building is constructed using steel-frames designed with removable links in eccentrically braced frames enabling speedy reinstatement and re-occupation following significant earthquake events.

     

  • 1092 Frankton Road, Queenstown

    Completion: 2010

    Architecture: Dalman Architecture

    Construction: Calder Stewart

    Terrace Junction is located at one of the highest profile and busiest main road intersections in the region, with vehicle movements upwards of 25,000 per day. Terrace Junction has been designed with traditional Central Otago influences in keeping with the alpine theme of the surrounding Queenstown and Wakatipu areas. A 3-level commercial building with 3500m2 of flexible tenancy configurations, designed to the unique constraints of the site, including its geometry, traffic and resource consent requirements. There was a requirement to maximise off-site fabrication of structural elements. Civil works including construction of pavements and surface water drainage.

  • 254 Cranford Street, Christchurch 

    Completion: 2014

    Architecture: Richard Proko

    Construction: Canform Structures

    Specifically designed to become the new home for the award winning Kidd’s Cakes & Bakery, this two storey building comprises a cafe style retail shop on the ground floor and both bakery operations and offices above it. The suspended floor features specific provision for heavy loading from ingredient storage (dry & refrigerated) and commercial ovens weighing up to 1.2 tonne. A piled foundation is utilised to accomodate the liquefaction prone soil that contains organic peat deposits.

    Awards: 

    2016 – NZ Commercial Projects Awards – Bronze

  • Kotare Street

  • QEII Recreation & Sport Centre

  • Montreal Street

  • Christchurch Adventure Park

  • Waterfront House

  • Harbourside House

  • Poulson Street Apartments

  • New Brighton Pier EQ Repairs

  • Martin Brower Distribution Centre

  • Enztec

  • Marisco Winery

  • Governors Bay School

  • Tiwai Bridge

  • Yealands Compost Building

  • 112 - 116 Cashel Street

  • Christchurch Adventure Park

  • Original Foods

  • Amethyst Powerhouse

  • Upham Clock Tower

  • Chinese Abundant Life Church

  • Yealands Estate Winery

  • Winstanley Kerridge

  • Pernod Ricard

  • Westland Recreation Centre

  • Geofabrics

  • Addington Water Tower Strengthening

  • Babich Winery

  • Coveris

  • Mustang Park

  • Dunedin Airport Baggage Hall

  • Kilwinning Lodge No. 23

  • Grace Church, Nelson

  • Te Ana Marina Development

  • Civil and Naval Bar

  • Indevin

  • Riccarton House

  • HSBC Tower

  • Richard Pearse Airport

  • Impulse Imports

  • PGG Wrightson

  • Child Cancer Foundation

  • Transitional Catherdral

  • Freemans Restaurant & Bar

  • Pacific Tower

  • Majestic Church

  • The Hub Hornby

  • Re:START Container Mall

  • Integrated Health Care

  • Orion Building

  • Terrace Junction

  • Kidd's Cakes & Bakery