Oi Manawa – the Canterbury Earthquake Memorial Project was delivered by Ōtākaro in partnership with the Christchurch City Council, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.
Ground was broken on Thursday 6 October by Prime Minister John Key and project partners to mark the beginning of construction on the Health Research Education Facility (HREF) in Christchurch.
Following a consistent roll growth expected to continue over the next 10 years, the Ministry of Education engaged The Building Intelligence Group to manage the master planning, design and construction of the new Rakahuri building at Rangiora High School.
Arvida are embarking on an exciting vision to create a flagship retirement village facility in the heart of Christchurch.
Work is underway in Lyttelton to painstakingly rebuild a rare piece of maritime history, to bring the iconic Timeball tower and the working Timeball itself back to life.
The 2011 Canterbury earthquake devastated 70% of the Christchurch Club’s buildings and set the stage for a daring and ambitious challenge to restore, redesign and rebuild the Club to take it into the next 160 years.
Lyttelton Primary School is the first new merged school in the Christchurch Schools Rebuild Programme.
The Canterbury earthquakes resulted in private and public sector accommodation shifting outside the Christchurch Central Business District (CBD).
The historic Deans Farm Buildings at Christchurch Boys’ High School are undergoing seismic strengthening and heritage restoration to be repurposed for the future.
As the first hotel to reopen in Christchurch’s Red Zone, the return of the Ibis hotel was a hugely positive step for Christchurch.
Stand Children’s Service lost their facility in the 2011 earthquake. They needed a project partner to create a very special village facility in Christchurch.
Christchurch Girls High School’s Acland house retains its rich heritage after a careful seismic and redevelopment programme.