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.
Campus integration of AgResearch Food Science teams alongside the Massey University School of Food and Nutrition will create a world class food science facility.
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.
Creating a ‘Heartspace’ in the centre of the Ara Woolston Trades Campus required infrastructure works including roading, carparking and extensive landscaping.
The Kollective will be a community co-working space where ideas and knowledge are captured and shared. It will be a place entirely dedicated to the community service sector, to social enterprise, to not for profit and charitable organisations. Due to launch in mid 2018, The Kollective will be located in the Historic Village in Tauranga.
Construction of the Johnsonville Community Hub is almost underway. As lead consultant, The Building Intelligence Group is excited to help bring Wellington City Council and this northern community’s vision to life.
The historic Deans Farm Buildings at Christchurch Boys’ High School has been repurposed for the future, after undergoing seismic strengthening and heritage restoration.
The overarching principle of Kotahitanga – Togetherness and Unity was the project mantra, bringing Z Energy and Caltex employees together in one location.
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).
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.
At the Devonport Naval Base, New Zealand Defence have created a bespoke Seamanship Training Aids facility – Landside and Waterside, which replicates operational equipment in a facility that allows training to be carried out in a safe and controlled manner
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.
The community of Sumner in Christchurch has a new heart at its centre again, with the opening of Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre which is home to Sumner’s library, community centre and museum. Christchurch City has a proud history of investing in libraries, with a network of 21 facilities. The completion of the Sumner Centre raises […]
Papamoa Beach is a favourite destination for Kiwis. What’s less appealing is the state of it’s existing surf life saving building. But that’s set for a real sea change. The Papamoa Surf Lifesaving Club has been dedicated to keeping swimmers safe since 1988. But its clubrooms – built in 1990 – weren’t helping the Club […]
As New Zealand’s leading wine company, Constellation Bands had a vision to create a national headquarters which showcased the company’s past, present and future in a new building at NorthWest Two in Westgate Town centre.
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.
The Majestic Centre, an A grade office tower in Wellington, is one of the largest and most complex seismic strengthening programmes ever undertaken in New Zealand.
Manawa, the state-of-the-art hub for health research and education is a collaboration between Christchurch’s health and tertiary education sectors.
“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.
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.
Meredith Connell’s new Auckland office space is compelling evidence of not only a physical move away from the traditional Shortland Street legal precinct, but a new strategic direction as a dynamic, progressive firm aligned with core values to better represent staff and clients.
Arvida are embarking on an exciting vision to create a flagship retirement village facility in the heart of Christchurch.
Hutt International Boys’ School is a finalist in the 2016 NZ Property Council Awards for their Maths and Humanities and Commerce block.
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.
Te Pãtaka Kõrero O Te Hau Kapua Devonport library has won two NZ Property Council Awards for 2015 and was a finalist in the Public Library of the Year Awards.