• 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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.

     

     

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • In Progress

  • 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.

  • QEII Recreation & Sport Centre

  • Christchurch Adventure Park

  • Chinese Abundant Life Church

  • Westland Recreation Centre

  • Dunedin Airport Baggage Hall

  • Grace Church, Nelson

  • Richard Pearse Airport

  • Child Cancer Foundation

  • Transitional Catherdral

  • Majestic Church

  • Integrated Health Care