The Department of Internal Affairs used the Wellington accommodation project (WAP2) as a catalyst to achieve cultural change within their organisation, and consolidated their corporate offices in a modern workplace environment.
The new purpose built 3,000m2 Archives facility in Wigram will ensure that important material and records that Christchurch Archives has been entrusted with will be preserved in highly secure and environmentally controlled premises for the future.
The Ministry of Education wanted to create a modern workplace environment for over 1000 in their new National office providing a catalyst to achieve cultural change within the organisation.
The redeveloped Aurora Centre at 56 The Terrace provides a modern office environment over 24,000m2 for the Ministry of Social Development.
After seven, highly satisfying but challenging years, Ian Macaskill was delighted attend the opening of the New Zealand Supreme Court by Prince William on the 18th of January 2010
The Canterbury earthquakes resulted in private and public sector accommodation shifting outside the Christchurch Central Business District (CBD).
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment have a collaborative new home for 1800 staff in the redeveloped former Defense Building in Wellington.
At 25,000m2 this is the biggest office fitout that Wellington has ever seen, yet it’s far from the most expensive.
Inland Revenue and Housing New Zealand have relocated to a new building at 306 Cameron road, Tauranga.
The Ministry of Education has relocated to a new building in Cameron road, Tauranga, bringing their staff into a modern working environment.
With a few court houses under our belts, we know it is vital to carefully consider how they can last well into the future.
The refurbished Blenheim District Court has been held up by the Ministry of Justice as a benchmark in terms of both process and results.