• 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

     

  • Martin Brower Distribution Centre

  • Yealands Compost Building

  • Original Foods

  • Geofabrics

  • Coveris