The significant redevelopment of the main block at Wellington East Girls’ College involves preserving the historical 1920’s brick façade and vestibule of the main block, behind which will sit a new state of the art building, West Wing and circulation Link building.
The Building Intelligence Group was engaged by the Ministry of Education to assist in the delivery of Wakatipu High School in Queenstown, the last of four new schools within the Public Private Partnership 2 Package (PPP2).
Creating a vertically layered school in the heart of the CBD will allow Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery School to once again be a school where learning is integrated into the entire city.
The vision for Hutt International Boys’ School new Arts block embodied a ‘feature’ building with inspiring and innovative learning environments and a gallery to celebrate student’s work.
“We have been transforming education for some time,” says Samuel Marsden Collegiate School Principal Jenny Williams – and now the Wellington school has a brand new building structure at its heart to perfectly reflect its transformative nature.
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.
Hutt International Boys’ School is a finalist in the 2016 NZ Property Council Awards for their Maths and Humanities and Commerce block.
Lyttelton Primary School is the first new merged school in the Christchurch Schools Rebuild Programme.
WelTec’s award-winning School of Hospitality joined forces with the internationally renowned Le Cordon Bleu Institute of NZ to create a purpose built state-of-the-art tertiary campus in the heart of Wellington.
The Christchurch based location for the National Library Schools Collection was red stickered following the February 22nd earthquake. Thankfully the journey to finding the collection a secure new home unfolded like a text book.
Building information modelling helps Resource Teacher Learning Behaviour (RTLB ) visualise their new home.
Schools help make vibrant communities and in keeping with their National Property Strategy, the Ministry of Education (MOE) worked closely with Woolston School and The Building Intelligence Group as Project Mangers to create five new inspiring learning environments to meet roll growth in this popular suburb in Christchurch.
Christchurch Girls High School’s Acland house retains its rich heritage after a careful seismic and redevelopment programme.